Champions League quarterfinal draw: See who matches up

All-English Champions League clash is too close to call says Pep Guardiola

All-English Champions League clash is too close to call says Pep Guardiola

And Lionel Messi will still be there.

There are a quartet of English teams in the hat for the last eight - the first such situation since 2009 - with the Fab Four of Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham all qualifying.

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk heads home during their win over Bayern Munich.

"What I want is to come back from the global break with people fit, ready to play the last month and a half with everybody making his own contribution because if we are able to get to the semi-finals (of the FA Cup), April is incredible with the fixtures we have, a lot of games, and everybody will be necessary to play". "I don't think you'll get many Manchester United fans or players who will say otherwise to be honest".

Solskjaer's side showed their strength and desire as they dug deep to produce a miraculous comeback at the Parc des Princes to beat Paris Saint-Germain in the second leg of the last 16.

Not all the memories are bad for Man United, however.

In the two years when I won the title with Borussia Dortmund, they said I was a champions coach, but I don't need that.

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The project, which aims to promote self-confidence through sport, dance and physical activity, is based in Manchester and Carrick said he is keen to give something back to the city that has been his home since joining United from Tottenham in 2006. United will be played on Wednesday April 10, with the second leg games on Tuesday April 16.

That pairing brought together the only two quarterfinalists who have never been European champion.

"If you look at the teams that are playing to win the league this year, it is a big competition". It's a tough side but any other team in the Champions League would be the same.

The Toffees were on course for an excellent win when leading 2-0 approaching the final quarter of their match on Tyneside, but turned victory into defeat as they went down 3-2.

"We know how good we had to be previous year, " said Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp, dismissing talk of his team getting the easiest opponent.

"I've got an attachment after having such a good time with United". That is because Barcelona, Juventus and Liverpool remain in the draw. If Real Madrid had progressed as was expected, Cristiano Ronaldo would have made a return to his old club.

Nine years later the Red Devils again booted out an Italian side, this time Roma, which was followed by a narrow 1-0 aggregate success over Barcelona - thanks to Paul Scholes - and a dramatic penalty shoot-out triumph against Chelsea in the Final.

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