Champions League - quarter-final draw details
Thu 14 March 2019, 18:16|Tottenham Hotspur
The draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League takes place in Nyon, Switzerland at 11am UK time (12noon CET) on Friday.
We join fellow Premier League teams Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United, Dutch Eredivisie runners-up Ajax, La Liga champions Barcelona, Serie A champions Juventus and Portuguese Primeira Liga champions Porto in the last eight.
Draws and dates
Both quarter and semi-final draws are 'open' - there is no seeding or country protection at this stage of the competition so we can now draw teams from the Premier League. A draw is also made to determine the 'home' side in the final for administrative reasons.
Manchester City and Manchester United will not be able to play at home on the same night, nor on consecutive nights, following a decision made by the relevant local authorities. Therefore, should both clubs be drawn at home in the same week, the team having finished lower in the domestic league the previous season – in this case Manchester United – will be reversed in accordance with the UEFA Club Competitions Committee principles. Any potential reversal for the semi-finals, for the same reason, would be confirmed after the quarter-finals.
Quarter-finals, first leg - 9/10 April
Quarter-finals, second leg - 16/17 April
Semi-finals, first leg - 30 April/1 May
Semi-finals, second leg - 7/8 May
Final - 1 June (at Estadio Metropolitano, Madrid)
Second and unbeaten in Bayern Munich's group, the Dutch side produced a spectacular 4-1 win at the Bernabeu to knock out holders Real Madrid in the Round of 16.
The La Liga champions finished top of our group before beating Lyon 5-1 on aggregate in the Round of 16.
Won their group but looked in trouble 2-0 down against Atletico Madrid after the first leg of the Round of 16 but a Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired turn around saw them through, his hat-trick securing a 3-0 win in the second leg.
Second behind PSG in the group stage, held 0-0 by Bayern Munich at Anfield in the first leg of their Round of 16 tie but were much better in the second leg in Munich, winning 3-1.
Top of Group F and produced commanding victory over Schalke in the Round of 16, winning the second leg 7-0 for 10-2 on aggregate.
Second in their group and also looked in trouble after the first leg of their Round of 16 tie when they lost 2-0 at home to PSG and had Paul Pogba sent off, but staged remarkable comeback to win second leg 3-1 via a late penalty.
Impressive in the group - highest points tally of 16, five wins and a draw - and turned around a 2-1 first leg deficit to beat Roma 4-3 on aggregate in the Round of 16.
We recovered from having one point after three games to score late goals to beat PSV and Inter and then draw at Barcelona to progress in second place. Fantastic 3-0 win in first leg of our Round of 16 tie against Borussia Dortmund set up 4-0 aggregate victory.
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