Manchester United have been drawn against Spanish giants Barcelona in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
The Red Devils beat the odds to dump Paris Saint-Germain in the round of 16, and now have an even tougher task against Lionel Messi and co if they are to advance to the last four for the first time since 2011.
Tottenham Hotspurs take on Premier League champions Manchester City in an all-English affair, while last year’s finalists Liverpool will fancy their chances against former champions FC Porto.
After pulling off a great comeback against Atletico Madrid, Juventus will be banking on the prowess of Cristiano Ronaldo once again when they go up against Ajax.
The Dutch side are aiming for a first European cup final appearance since losing to Juventus in 1996, and have already proven their giant-slaying capabilities when they stunned Real Madrid in the last 16.
The first legs come up on April 9/10, with the return leg ties a week later on April 16/17.