UEFA Champions League draw: City to face Spurs as Barça take on United

The draw for the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League has thrown up four intriguing match-ups including an all-Premier League clash.

Manchester City will face Tottenham Hotspur in the last eight as Pep Guardiola’s men go in search of a first Champions League semi-final since 2016.

City fell at this stage last season to Premier League opponents, going down 5-1 on aggregate to Liverpool.

But City have enjoyed a good record over Spurs in recent seasons with Sergio Agüero scoring 10 goals in 13 games against the club.

As for Mauricio Pochettino’s men, they’ll be looking to make it beyond the quarter-finals, a stage they last reached in 2011.

Spurs fell in the last eight to Real Madrid on that occasion and will need to be firing on all cylinders to get past City.

A repeat of Tottenham’s 4-1 victory over City from 2015 would go a long way to helping Spurs progress to the final four.

Fresh from their comeback against Atlético Madrid, Juventus will now take on Ajax for a place in the semi-finals.

Cristiano Ronaldo inspired a sensational turnaround at the Allianz Stadium, netting a hat-trick to overturn a 2-0 first leg deficit.

Should Juventus win, they will face one of Manchester City or Spurs in the semi-finals.

FC Barcelona will be hoping to move one step closer to the final at the Wanda Metrapolitano when they take on Manchester United.

After comfortably beating Olympique Lyonnais 5-1 in the second leg of the round of 16, Lionel Messi will be eager to add to his eight goals in six Champions League fixtures this campaign.

Messi also has goals against Manchester United in the 2009 and 2011 finals.

The final contest of the quarter-finals matches FC Porto against Liverpool.

Liverpool showed their Champions League credentials with a 3-1 victory over FC Bayern Munich with FC Porto staging a fine turnaround to down AS Roma 4-3 on aggregate.

UEFA Champions League draw: City to face Spurs as Barça take on United

The draw for the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League has thrown up four intriguing match-ups including an all-Premier League clash.

Manchester City will face Tottenham Hotspur in the last eight as Pep Guardiola’s men go in search of a first Champions League semi-final since 2016.

City fell at this stage last season to Premier League opponents, going down 5-1 on aggregate to Liverpool.

But City have enjoyed a good record over Spurs in recent seasons with Sergio Agüero scoring 10 goals in 13 games against the club.

As for Mauricio Pochettino’s men, they’ll be looking to make it beyond the quarter-finals, a stage they last reached in 2011.

Spurs fell in the last eight to Real Madrid on that occasion and will need to be firing on all cylinders to get past City.

A repeat of Tottenham’s 4-1 victory over City from 2015 would go a long way to helping Spurs progress to the final four.

Fresh from their comeback against Atlético Madrid, Juventus will now take on Ajax for a place in the semi-finals.

Cristiano Ronaldo inspired a sensational turnaround at the Allianz Stadium, netting a hat-trick to overturn a 2-0 first leg deficit.

Should Juventus win, they will face one of Manchester City or Spurs in the semi-finals.

FC Barcelona will be hoping to move one step closer to the final at the Wanda Metrapolitano when they take on Manchester United.

After comfortably beating Olympique Lyonnais 5-1 in the second leg of the round of 16, Lionel Messi will be eager to add to his eight goals in six Champions League fixtures this campaign.

Messi also has goals against Manchester United in the 2009 and 2011 finals.

The final contest of the quarter-finals matches FC Porto against Liverpool.

Liverpool showed their Champions League credentials with a 3-1 victory over FC Bayern Munich with FC Porto staging a fine turnaround to down AS Roma 4-3 on aggregate.