The 2018-2019 UEFA Champions League has gotten to its Quarter finals stage and the draw is scheduled take place on March 15 2019.
Sixteen teams have been reduced to eight as the 2018-19 Champions League heads towards the quarter-final stage.
There have been some astonishing upsets in the competition this season thus far, with defending champions Real Madrid being dumped out by Dutch upstarts Ajax, while Liverpool staged an upset in Germany to end Bayern Munich’s hopes of a sixth title.
With such results throwing the tournament wide open, the likes of Barcelona, Juventus and Manchester United will feel emboldened to step up and reclaim the European crown.
The draw for the Champions League quarter-final will take place on March 15, with events scheduled to get started at 11am GMT ( 7am ET ).
UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland is the venue for the draw, which will be attended by representatives of the clubs that are left in the competition.
It will be held two days after the conclusion of the final last 16 games, which took place on March 13 .
Unlike the draw for the last 16, there are no seedings and there are no restrictions prohibiting teams from the same country facing off.
UEFA will announce any further restrictions that will be applied to the draw ahead of the event.
We now know the identities of the eight teams involved and they can be seen below.
Manchester United, meanwhile, also pulled off an upset, coming back from 2-0 down to beat PSG 3-1 in Paris, thus progressing on away goals.
A controversial VAR-assisted decision gave United a last-minute penalty and Marcus Rashford was the hero as he scored past Gianluigi Buffon.
Tottenham breezed past Borussia Dortmund with a 4-0 aggregate victory, while Porto came from behind to knock Roma out thanks to a 4-3 aggregate triumph.
A Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick secured Juventus’ place in the quarter-finals as Juventus came from 2-0 down to beat Atletico Madrid 3-2 on aggregate.
Manchester City, meanwhile, overcame Schalke with a stunning 10-2 aggregate victory.
Last season’s beaten finalists Liverpool were handed a stern test in the form of Bayern Munich, but Jurgen Klopp’s side put on a tremendous away performance to win the tie 3-1.
Barcelona overcame Ligue 1 side Lyon with Lionel Messi orchestrating proceedings in a devastating 5-1 victory.