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With the fixtures in place, Chelsea will feel they can reach the semis with a decent tie against PSG, while Manchester United have been handed a slap in the face in the form of Bayern Munich.
Can the Red Devils progress? It'll be a case of lack rather than judgement, but we'll be there to find out. I've been Tom J Doyle - bye for now.
@GeorgeEsber98: Finals: Bayern Munchen Vs Chelsea
Our very own Peter Staunton has his say on how Bayern Munich will quench Manchester United's flames of recovery...
"Bayern are the strongest team in the competition and will lift the Bundesliga title before they lace up their boots at Old Trafford. United, on current form, are the weakest side left in the Champions League.
"For Moyes, this draw can only have a positive effect. The level of expectation will be zero and so by overcoming Bayern, he buys himself additional credit. Lose without being humiliated and he will have fulfilled what is expected of him."
So in essence, the tie works well for United as nobody expects them to go through. Progress would be a massive bonus, while low expectations could in fact have a positive effect on the players. Success is guaranteed...
@fizzer18: Great draw #excited
That, dear friends, is the reaction of Manchester United's first-team coach Phil Neville, sounding a little bit like Steve the monkey from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
@KevHeitor: there'll be another draw, but favourites are Real Madrid and Bayern München #UCLdraw
That's two favourites for the Champions League, sir. No hedging of bets now.
The BBC reports on the reaction of Bayern's executive board member Andreas Jung now: "I suppose we have to accept we are favourites but we will not underestimate United.In two games anything is possible, so we have to focus and carry our form through.
"It's tough at this stage of the competition regardless of how you get. United are not doing well at the moment, but over two legs anything can happen. Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie are magnificent players, don't forget.
"This is always going to be a difficult occasion, United are still there, so let's not underestimate them."
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"No. It’s far too early [to sack him], he told Goal. "With all the injuries he’s had, I feel quite sorry for him really.
"He’s never been able to put out the same back four. You see all the top teams, they have the same back four every week, especially with the centre-backs, they need to get an understanding and rhythm together.
"Michael Carrick’s been injured, Robin van Persie’s been injured, key players have been injured [but] he’s not made any excuses and tried to get on with it and hopefully next year will be better."
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"No hotels booked now. We just focus on one game at a time and we will treat PSG with the utmost respect and hopefully we can go there and put on a good show for our fans and then bring them back to Stamford Bridge.
"You only need one bad day at the office and any team can go out of the competition at this stage. So we're glad to be here, we'll prepare in the right way and with the utmost respect for PSG who are doing well domestically, we know of them very well as individuals but we have a strong side ourselves. It'll be a classic two games."
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"We have a top quality side but we know we'll be playing a Paris St-Germain side that has some big individual players."