Pairs for Champions League quarter-finals revealed: get ready to root for United
- Despite Madrid knocked out of the tournament we'll still be watching the Champions League closely.
- Our arch-nemesis Barcelona will play against Manchester United.
- Liverpool were drawn against Porto.
- There will be an all-English quarter-final between Tottenham and Manchester City.
- The dreaded Ajax will try to overthrow Ronaldo's Juventus.
Here are the pairs for the Champions League quarterfinals:
Barcelona vs Manchester United
Looks like we'll be wearing red colours for this match-up. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team will do their very best to deny the Blaugrana another European win after United managed to eliminate PSG with a heroic comeback.
Liverpool vs Porto
Jurgen Klopp's side will try to reach the semi-finals after their impressive display against Bayern Munich. Our former players Iker Casillas and Pepe will do their best to oppose the English. Plus, our latest signing Eder Militao is from there - one more reason to support Porto in this case.
Tottenham vs Manchester City
Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with Real Madrid for the longest time. Now that we have Zinedine Zidane back, there's no need to worry about Spurs chairman Daniel Levy's outbursts of rage at Florentino Perez for trying to 'steal' his manager. Still, it would be interesting to see how Poch will perform against the mighty Pep Guardiola and his team which have just obliterated Schalke 04.
📅 9/4 —Tottenham vs Manchester City (UCL)— Sphera Sports (@SpheraSports) March 15, 2019
📅 16/4 —Manchester City vs Tottenham (UCL)
📅 20/4 —Manchester City vs Tottenham (PL) pic.twitter.com/TTnBgbjgYp
Ajax vs Juventus
The team that knocked out us will face the side which houses Cristiano Ronaldo. There's no need to stress how interesting this match will be for Madrid supporters around the world. Not for the most positive reasons but still.
Come to think of it... Replace Ajax with Real Madrid & it still would've been a shitty draw for us 😐— M•A•J (@Ultra_Suristic) March 15, 2019
Who will you support in the remainder of the Champions League?