Champions League last 16: Fixtures, results, live streams & how to watch

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Goal brings you everything you need to know about the Champions League as it enters the last 16, including how to watch

The 2018-19 Champions League returned after a two-month hiatus in February, with the knockout stage under way.

Teams such as Manchester United, Barcelona and Bayern Munich were involved in the tournament's last-16 round, with the likes of Porto and Lyon also in the mix.

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are considered among the favourites, but there are a few dark horses too, such as, Ajax and Liverpool.

Goal brings you all the Champions League last-16 fixtures and results.

Champions League last 16: Fixtures & results

This season's Champions League last 16 got started on February 12, with Manchester United welcoming Paris Saint-Germain to Old Trafford and Roma taking on Porto.

First-leg games continued on February 19 and 20, while second-leg matches began on March 5, with fixtures also taking place on March 6, 12 and 13.

Each game was scheduled for an 8pm GMT (3pm ET) kick-off .

Team Agg. Team 1st Leg 2nd Leg
Manchester United 3-3 (a) PSG 0-2 3-1
Roma 3-4 Porto 2-1 1-3
Ajax 5-3 Real Madrid 1-2 4-1
Tottenham 4-0 Borussia Dortmund 3-0 1-0
Liverpool 3-1 Bayern Munich 0-0 3-1
Lyon 1-5 Barcelona 0-0 1-5
Atletico Madrid 2-3 Juventus 2-0 0-3
Schalke 2-10 Manchester City 2-3 0-7

Once the round of 16 concludes on March 13, the draw for the quarter-final takes place two days later on March 15.

On that day, as well as the quarter-final draw, UEFA will also conduct the semi-final draw.

How to watch & live stream Champions League last 16 games

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In the UK, Champions League last-16 matches could be watched live on TV via BT Sport, who also offer an online streaming service through their app.

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In the US, viewers were able to watch the Champions League last-16 games on TV through the Univision network (which includes Univision Deportes, UniMas and Galavision). Alternatively, fuboTV offer coverage of all games, with a seven-day free trial available. 

When are the Champions League quarter-finals?

When the last-16 stage has finished, the Champions League moves on to the quarter-final stage.

As mentioned, the draw will be held on March 15 and once the draw has been made, games will take place on April 9, 10, 16 and 17.