A look at the teams in the Champions League quarterfinals

The business end of the football season

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The draw is particularly interesting for Premier League fans as four teams take place with Manchester United, Liveprool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are joined by Barcelona, Porto, Juventus and AFC Ajax.

Cristiano Ronaldo's hat-trick against Atlético Madrid ensured that Juventuswere also able to overturn a two-goal deficit from the first leg to progress, while Portuguese side FC Porto edged past AS Roma thanks to Alex Telles' spot kick just minutes before a penalty shootout.

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"We have been in a semi-final, we qualified [four] months ago and what a great opportunity to win something".

The two Champions League finalists will receive 17,000 tickets each, raising concerns English clubs will not be able to meet season-ticket holder demands if they reach the final, reports Sky Sports.

With Bayern Munich getting knocked out, Germany don't have a quarterfinal representative for the first time since 2005-06.

Virgil van Dijk scored his first ever Champions League goal on his 19th appearance in the competition.

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It was also a display of muscle-flexing by City, Liverpool and Spurs that will have been noted by the likes of Barcelona and Juventus, the two continental heavyweights most likely to stand in the way of an English triumph in the final in Madrid on June 1.

Due to their successful clinching of the past three UCL titles, Real are still the most dominant team in Europe and enjoy an 18-point lead over joint second-placed Bayern Munich.

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However, Tottenham were outclassed by Real Madrid at the Bernabeu (4-0) in the first-leg of the quarter-finals, then lost 1-0 back in London.

That means Premier League sides could face each other in blockbuster matches. Liverpool owner John Henry is getting stick from some fans for his post-victory tweet.

"In accordance with paragraph 21.01 (b) of the UEFA Champions League regulations, the UEFA administration will determine which matches will be played on Tuesday, which matches on Wednesday".

The La Liga outfit obviously won't say it publicly but it's claimed they've expressed their preference ahead of Friday's Champions League draw.

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