This is how the Champions League quarterfinals look like: Who are they facing each other and when are they?  – The opinion

This is how the Champions League quarterfinals look like: Who are they facing each other and when are they? – The opinion


This Friday the matches that will be played in the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League where duels will be repeated with a long history, as well as there will be reunions of familiar faces in the European competition.

The first leg matches will be played between April 9 and 10, while the return matches will be played between April 16 and 17.

These will be the Champions quarter-final duels:

Real Madrid vs. Manchester City

One of the great duels will be Real Madrid vs. Manchester City. This match has taken place in the last two editions with one win for each. Once again there will be a duel between Ancelotti and Guardiola in the European Cup.

PSG vs. Barcelona

Besides, Luis Enrique will meet again against Barcelona now with PSG. The last time these teams met was in the 6-2 comeback at the Camp Nou, with Luis Enrique as coach.

Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich

Arsenal and Bayern Munich will face each other in a duel that does not bring back good memories for the Gunners. They met for the last time in the 2016-2017 Champions League where the Bavarians took the series 10-2.

Atlético de Madrid vs. Borussia Dortmund

The last duel will be between Borussia Dortmund and Atlético de Madrid. These two teams have only met in the group stage with two victories each in four games.

In addition, the draw for the semifinals was also made so those teams that qualify already know who their next rival will be.

This is how the hypothetical semifinals were:

Real Madrid / Manchester City / vs. Arsenal / Bayern Munich

Borussia Dortmund / Atlético de Madrid vs. PSG / Barcelona

There could be combinations like Barcelona vs. Real Madrid in the final or Bayern Munich against Borussia Dortmund as happened in the 2012-2013 season.

With just over a month to go, the teams will continue fighting in their domestic leagues and then they will arrive to try to win the European Champions Cup.

The final of this edition will be held at Wembley Stadium in London.

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