Real Madrid , the only Spanish team to make it through the knockout round of the Champions League , will face Liverpool in the quarter-finals in a reissue of the 2018 final in which the Whites won their 13th Champions League. The first leg will be in Valdebebas and the return in Anfield, provided that sanitary measures allow it. Those of Klopp, with many pending accounts of the final in Kiev, are going through their worst moment since the arrival of the German coach, sixth in the Premier five points behind the access positions to the Champions League. The whites, for their part, will link the first leg with the match against Barcelona in LaLiga, through which many of their options to fight for the title pass, and will resume the return of the quarterfinals after the classic. opportunity to eliminate one of the three English clubs that have passed the round of 16, allowing England to equalize with Spain in the lead in the UEFA club rankings for the first time since the 2012-13 season. smiled at those of Zidane, who have fallen on the friendlier side of the picture. If the Whites manage to overcome the tie, they will face the winner of Porto-Chelsea in the semifinals, who will play first in Portugal to end up contesting the second leg at Stamford Bridge. On the other side of the table, the one that Madrid has avoided until a hypothetical final, Manchester City have been paired with Borussia Dortmund, and Bayern with PSG, at the star crossroads of the quarterfinals as it evokes the final from last season .
Those of Guardiola, who have only conceded two goals so far this tournament, face the top scorer, Erling Haaland, with 10 goals in six games, four in the round of 16 tie against Sevilla . The first leg will be played at the Etihad and then the return leg in Dortmund. The winner will be measured in the semifinals to the one who comes out of the most outstanding duel of the quarters, Bayern-PSG, two of the most feared teams in the competition. After missing the tie against Barcelona , Neymar may be available to take revenge for the final lost last year, when he ended up crying on the Lisbon lawn.
This is how we have counted the minute by minute of the draw live:
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