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Champions League quarter-final draw: head-to-heads

Friday’s UEFA Champions League quarter-final and semi-final draws will be open, meaning anyone can play anyone. looks at each team’s record against each of their potential opponents.


Ajax (NED)

This season: W8 D5 L1 F29 A12 (entry: second qualifying round)
Top scorer: Dušan Tadić (9, including three in qualifying)

Highlights: Real Madrid 1-4 Ajax

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition
v Barcelona (ESP) W1 D0 L3 F3 A10
v Juventus (ITA) W2 D4 L6 F9 A15
v Liverpool (ENG) W1 D1 L0 F7 A3
v Man. City (ENG) W1 D1 L0 F5 A3
v Man. United (ENG) W2 D0 L3 F3 A7
v Porto (POR) W1 D1 L4 F2 A8
v Tottenham (ENG) W0 D0 L2 F1 A6

Barcelona (ESP)

This season: W5 D3 L0 F19 A6 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Lionel Messi (8)

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition
v Ajax (NED) W3 D0 L1 F10 A3
v Juventus (ITA) W4 D4 L3 F13 A10
v Liverpool (ENG) W2 D3 L3 F6 A6
v Man. City (ENG) W5 D0 L1 F12 A5
v Man. United (ENG) W4 D4 L3 F20 A15
v Porto (POR) W5 D0 L3 F15 A9
v Tottenham (ENG) W2 D2 L0 F7 A4

Juventus (ITA)

This season: W5 D0 L3 F12 A6 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Paulo Dybala (5)

Watch Ronaldo's sensational hat-trick

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition
v Ajax (NED) W6 D4 L2 F15 A9
v Barcelona (ESP) W3 D4 L4 F10 A13
v Liverpool (ENG) W3 D1 L2 F5 A4
v Man. City (ENG) W3 D2 L1 F7 A4
v Man. United (ENG) W6 D2 L6 F17 A17
v Porto (POR) W4 D1 L0 F8 A2
v Tottenham (ENG) W1 D1 L0 F4 A3

Liverpool (ENG)

This season: W4 D1 L3 F12 A8 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Sadio Mané, Mohamed Salah (3)

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition
v Ajax (NED) W0 D1 L1 F3 A7
v Barcelona (ESP) W3 D3 L2 F6 A6
v Juventus (ITA) W2 D1 L3 F4 A5
v Man. City (ENG) W2 D0 L0 F5 A1
v Man. United (ENG) W1 D1 L0 F3 A1
v Porto (POR) W3 D3 L0 F12 A2
v Tottenham (ENG) W1 D0 L1 F2 A2

Manchester City (ENG)

This season: W6 D1 L1 F26 A8 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Sergio Agüero (5)

Watch City put seven past Schalke

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition
v Ajax (NED) W0 D1 L1 F3 A5
v Barcelona (ESP) W1 D0 L5 F5 A12
v Juventus (ITA) W1 D2 L3 F4 A7
v Liverpool (ENG) W0 D0 L2 F1 A5
v Man. United (ENG) N/A
v Porto (POR) W2 D0 L0 F6 A1
v Tottenham (ENG) N/A

Manchester United (ENG)

This season: W4 D1 L3 F10 A7 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford (2)

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition
v Ajax (NED) W3 D0 L2 F7 A3
v Barcelona (ESP) W3 D4 L4 F15 A20
v Juventus (ITA) W6 D2 L6 F17 A17
v Liverpool (ENG) W0 D1 L1 F1 A3
v Man. City (ENG) N/A
v Porto (POR) W3 D3 L2 F14 A11
v Tottenham (ENG) W1 D0 L1 F4 A3

Porto (POR)

This season: W6 D1 L1 F19 A9 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Moussa Marega (6)

Watch Porto's extra-time win against Roma

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition
v Ajax (NED) W4 D1 L1 F8 A2
v Barcelona (ESP) W3 D0 L5 F9 A15
v Juventus (ITA) W0 D1 L4 F2 A8
v Liverpool (ENG) W0 D3 L3 F2 A12
v Man. City (ENG) W0 D0 L2 F1 A6
v Man. United (ENG) W2 D3 L3 F11 A14
v Tottenham (ENG) W0 D1 L1 F1 A3

Tottenham Hotspur (ENG)

This season: W4 D2 L2 F13 A10 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Harry Kane (5)

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition
v Ajax (NED) W2 D0 L0 F6 A1
v Barcelona (ESP) W0 D2 L2 F4 A7
v Juventus (ITA) W0 D1 L1 F3 A4
v Liverpool (ENG) W1 D0 L1 F2 A2
v Man. City (ENG) N/A
v Man. United (ENG) W1 D0 L1 F3 A4
v Porto (POR) W1 D1 L0 F3 A1

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Juventus 3-0 Atlético: Champions League at a glance

All you need to know in 60 seconds …

The home side, trailing 2-0 from the first leg, were effervescent from the off and took the lead in the 27th minute when Cristiano Ronaldo towered above Juanfran to head Federico Bernardeschi’s cross past Jan Oblak. The Portuguese repeated the trick three minutes after the interval – this time from a João Cancelo delivery – for his 24th goal against Atlético in 32 games.

Ronaldo: 'We played like a Champions League team'

Substitute Moise Kean could have sealed the aggregate turnaround when put through, only to drag his effort wide. However, Massimiliano Allegri’s men were not to be denied, Ronaldo completing his hat-trick from the penalty spot after Ángel Correa clipped the marauding Bernardeschi.

View from the stadium: Paolo Menicucci

A few people said they thought Juventus could come back but how many really believed it? Allegri was certainly one, despite being fully aware that scoring three goals against Atlético is a difficult task to say the least.

The Bianconeri boss prepared the perfect game plan, with Juve constantly attacking their opponents on the flanks – where Diego Simeone’s team are more vulnerable – through full-backs Cancelo and competition debutant Leonardo Spinazzola. Ronaldo did the rest – though that is no surprise.

Man of the match: Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo jumps for joy after completing his hat-trick

Ronaldo jumps for joy after completing his hat-trick©AFP/Getty Images

When Juventus signed Ronaldo last summer, they probably had this kind of game in mind. The No7 had scored only one goal in the competition this term but when Juve needed him most, he did not disappoint.

Two terrific headers allowed the Bianconeri to level the aggregate score before the late penalty rounded off his treble and a great Juventus comeback. Ronaldo’s quest to conquer the UEFA Champions League for a fourth consecutive season – and sixth in total – is still alive.

Key stats

Juventus celebrate at full time

Juventus celebrate at full time©AFP/Getty Images

  • Ronaldo scores his eighth #UCL hat-trick – equalling Lionel Messi’s record.

  • Four of Ronaldo’s eight #UCL hat-tricks have come in the knockout rounds.

  • Ronaldo has 63 goals in the knockout stage – 23 more than any other player.

  • Juventus have lost just two of their last 28 Champions League home matches.

  • Giorgio Chiellini becomes fifth player to make 500 Juventus appearances.

  • Atlético have failed to score in six of their last eight #UCL away games.

What does it mean?

This is the first time Juventus have overturned a first-leg defeat to go through since the 2005/06 round of 16 against Bremen (2-3 away, 2-1 home); they had also been eliminated in all five previous European ties in which they lost the first leg 2-0 away from home. They now take their place in Friday’s quarter-final draw (12:00CET).

Ronaldo produced two stunning headers to level the tie on aggregate

Ronaldo produced two stunning headers to level the tie on aggregate©Getty Images

For Atlético, this reversal ends a run of 19 consecutive UEFA competition ties in which they have progressed after winning the first leg at home.

What’s next?

Juventus continue to battle for silverware on two fronts and could clinch the Italian title – they are already 18 points clear – before the quarter-finals. The unbeaten leaders visit Genoa and Cagliari, and host Empoli and Milan before returning to the European arena for the last-eight first leg (09/04 or 10/04).

Atlético, second in Spain and seven points behind Barcelona, have three crucial Liga fixtures against Athletic, Alavés and Girona before heading to the leaders on 6 April.

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Manchester City 7-0 Schalke: Champions League at a glance

All you need to know in 60 seconds …

Manchester City are through to the UEFA Champions League last eight after a stunning 7-0 win against Schalke – their biggest ever victory in Europe. Josep Guardiola’s side, already 3-2 to the good from the first leg in Gelsenkirchen, had one foot in the quarter-finals when Sergio Agüero converted from the spot on 35 minutes. His second, after Raheem Sterling’s back-heel, and Leroy Sané’s drilled finish made it job done by half-time.

Sané had a fine game against his former side

Sané had a fine game against his former side©Getty Images

Sané laid on Sterling, Bernardo Silva – at the end of a devastating passing move from the hosts – and Phil Foden for further goals in the second half, with Gabriel Jesus getting in on the act with a first-time strike late on. Schalke did not know what had hit them.

View from the stadium: Simon Hart

A third quarter-final in four seasons beckons for City after this excellent performance. After an opening half-hour of stubborn resistance, Schalke simply could not cope with the speed of City’s attack during a second period when Guardiola’s men got behind the opposition’s high back line time and again, their efforts spearheaded by Sané who, against his old club, added three second-half assists to a first-half goal.

Man of the match: Leroy Sané

Sané relishing part in City dream team

Sané was as rampant as City were ruthless in their dispatching of his home-town team. The German international had a hand in four of City’s seven goals to back up his brilliant free-kick from the first game. You could say he came back to haunt them, but Schalke will, at the very least, take pride in how far their academy graduate has come.

Key stats

5: Guardiola’s side have scored five or more goals in ten of their 48 matches this season.

6: Before matchday four this term, City had never scored six goals in their 135 games in UEFA competition; they have now done it twice in their past five matches.

7: This equals the biggest ever single-leg win in UEFA Champions League history.

Foden came off the bench to score his first European goal

Foden came off the bench to score his first European goal©Getty Images

8: Agüero has scored eight round of 16 goals, moving him to joint fifth on the all-time list.

9: Guardiola has reached at least the quarter-finals in nine of his ten campaigns as a UEFA Champions League coach.

10: City had never before scored ten goals in a UEFA competition tie.

21: Schalke have conceded 21 goals in their last five games in all competitions.

26: City have netted 26 goals in this season’s UEFA Champions League, making them competition top scorers.

What does it mean?

City still have hopes of a quadruple

City still have hopes of a quadruple©Getty Images

Dubbed Champions League “teenagers” by their manager on Monday, City continue to mature in this competition and are now in their third quarter-final in four seasons. They are also, quite remarkably, still on for a quadruple; the League Cup is already tied up, with their FA Cup quarter-final at second-tier Swansea taking place on Saturday. They also top the Premier League, one point ahead of Liverpool.

What’s next?

City have three fixtures prior to the first leg of their last-eight tie. The English champions go to Swansea in the FA Cup this weekend, before travelling to Fulham and hosting Cardiff in the Premier League.

Struggling domestically, Schalke will want to end their season on a positive note, beginning with the visit of Leipzig on Saturday before a trip to Hannover. Domenico Tedesco’s team then welcome Werder Bremen in the German Cup quarter-finals.

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Champions League Second Leg Round Of 16 Predictions! – Man City VS Schalke, Barcelona VS Lyon

In this video I predict all of the second leg Champions League Round Of 16 games, including Man City VS Schalke, Barcelona VS Lyon and Liverpool VS Bayern! Who will go through to the next round?

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