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So here are the two quarter final draws in full:
PSG V BARCELONA
ATLETICO MADRID V REAL MADRID
FC PORTO V BAYERN MUNICH
JUVENTUS V MONACO
SEVILLA V ZENIT ST PETERSBURG
DNIPRO V CLUB BRUGGE
DYNAMO KIEV V FIORENTINA
WOLFSBURG V NAPOLI
BUTRAGUENO: ATLETICO TIE DIFFICULT FOR REAL
Former Real Madrid striker Emilio Butragueno conceded Friday’s Champions League draw could have been kinder for the title holders after they were drawn against city-rivals Atletico. Madrid have faced Diego Simeone’s men six times already this season, and have failed to win once with a draw in each of the Supercopa and Copa del Rey the best they could muster. The Real director said: "They are a very strong, cohesive team, strong from set-pieces and have a great spirit. We have to recuperate all the injured players we have. We are the title holders and we’ll do our best to get into the semi-finals."
Monaco vice president Vadim Vasilyev says Champions League quarter-final opponents Juventus are an entirely different proposition to Arsenal. "It’s going to be difficult, Vasilyev told Uefa. "Juventus are tough opponents but we will take to the field with ambition. We deserve to be here. I don’t think we can compare Arsenal and Juventus at all. Juventus are the reigning Italian champions and they will be again this year."
This is a bit of a complicated one. Two clubs share the same stadium - Dnipro and Dinamo Kiev - whilst Russian and Ukrainian clubs can not be drawn together. So we're getting some explaining of the technicalities before Jerzy Dudek can get us underway...
Jerzy Dudek has taken to the stage and he will be drawing the remaining teams left in the Europa League. The draw is imminent...
As the reaction to the CHampions League quarter final draw dies down we're now getting ready for the Europa League draw. A reminder, then, of the sides still involved here:
ZENIT ST PETERSBURG
Don't forget you can vote for your Champions League goal of the week right here, and there are some crackers to choose from. Carlos Tevez, Vincent Aboubakar, Thiago Silva, Casemiro and Leroy Sane have all been nominated for the latest UEFA Champions League Goal of the Week award.
Andrea Butti, the Deputy director of football of AS Monaco, has also given some reaction to the Ligue 1 club's pairing with Juventus: "Our project changed since last year, we haven't Falcao, J Rodriguez and Abidal anymore, now we're focused on many young players, very gifted but with few experience in Champions League. We'd need a miracle to progress, otherwise we'll be happy anyway, because our Champions League is already above all the expectations."
Juventus legend and current CEO Pavel Nedved has had his say on the club's draw with Monaco: "We'll replicate the same attitude we had against BVB, of course we're confident to progress through the tournament. Monaco is a solid team, defensively careful and creative enough. We have to use our energies in the best possible way. I want to congratulate with Allegri, he did an unbelievable job so far, along with the team. He gave us the tranquillity we needed to make a long way in Champions League."
Bayern Munich's players have given some reaction to their pairing with FC Porto in the Champions League quarter finals. Thomas Müller has said: "We are satisfied with the draw. It could have been worse. But we need to pay attention.” Captain Philipp Lahm believes: "There are surely tougher opponents. But they showed their class.”
Well he got his wish... The runaway Serie A leaders have a great chance of reaching the semi finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2003 after being drawn against Monaco. Speaking in the wake of their emphatic win over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night Giorgio Chiellini said: "If I can, I would avoid Bayern," the 30-year-old centre-back told reporters. "But we will still watch the draw with great emotion."
Another two legged clash between Real and Atletico sees Diego Simeone and Carlo Ancelotti resuming hostilities. The Argentine got the better of the Italian in the Copa del Rey earlier this season and presided over an emphatic 4-0 win over their neighbours in January. Simeone certainly has the wood over Ancelotti, but Real did triumph in the big one in Lisbon last May.
So there we have it... some exciting encounters there. We have a repeat of last year's final as city rivals Atletico and Real Madrid come face to face once again. PSG's reward for defeating Chelsea is a clash with Man City's conquerors Barcelona. The last two ties see Porto take on Bayern Munich and Juventus facing Monaco.