Breaking News: Real Madrid to face Manchester City in Champions League last 16!

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Real Madrid will face former La Liga rival, Pep Guardiola in the last 16 of Champions League
Real Madrid in a tie with former La Liga rival, Pep Guardiola in the Champions League last 16.

Real Madrid is likely to reach the end of their Champions League dream in round 16 of this season. As Los Blancos set to face Manchester City in the competition after the draw on Monday.

While the defending champions and current Premier League leaders, Liverpool visits Spain to face Athletico Madrid. Uniting Jurgen Klopp and Diego Simeon.

Following the Ligue 1 champions traveling to Germany to play Borussia Dortmund. Napoli ties with Spanish giants, Barcelona in Italy.

Frank Lampard’s side welcomes Bayern Munich who is currently struggling 5th adrift Bundesliga’s leaders, Leipzig. As Chelsea plays Germany champions Bayern at Stamford Bridge.

Serie A champions, Juventus travels to France to face Lyon whose striker, Memphis Depay is out for the rest of the season.

Atalanta faces Valencia who led the Group. Finally, Tottenham meets a favorable fixture with Ligue 1 RB Leipzig in the round 16 of the competition.

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BREAKING: The Champions League draw is in! 🏆

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It is a doubt that all Premier League clubs will make it to the quarter-final compared with last season. When the City, Spurs, Liverpool and Machester United miraculously made it to the quarters during the previous campaign.

This draw is a favor to some teams while it is doom for some but we await the result from the ties to see who makes it out.

Subsequently, Pep Guardiola will face former La Liga rivals, Real Madrid in the round 16 of Champions League.

See full draw below;

Dortmund vs PSG

Real Madrid vs Manchester City

Atalanta vs Valencia

Athletico Madrid vs Liverpool

Chelsea vs Bayern Munich

Lyon vs Juventus

Tottenham vs Leipzig

Napoli vs Barcelona

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