The UEFA Champions League last 16 draw  has been made in Nyon, Switzerland, on Monday 16, 2019.

As per Uefa rules, teams from the same country or group can’t face each until the quarter-final stage, while Group winners are given the added bonus of playing away from home in the first leg.

Tottenham, who were among the second seeds, will be happy to have avoided the bigger names among the top seeds, as they take on RB Leipzig, but it was a different story for the other Premier League clubs.

Holders Liverpool return to Wanda Metropolitano –  the scene of their 2019  success – to take on Atletico Madrid. Chelsea will play Bayern Munich, who they beat in the 2012 final, while Manchester City will take on Real Madrid.

Other noteworthy ties sees Thomas Tuchel return to Borussia Dortmund with PSG, while Napoli will face Barcelona and Valencia take on Atalanta.

The first legs will be played across two weeks in February, with games on 18-19 and 25-26 of that month.

The second legs will be played across two weeks in March, with games on 10-11 and 17-18.

Source: Evening Standard