The draw for the Champions League quarter-finals of the 2018/2017 season, which took place Friday at the European Union headquarters in the Swiss city of Nyon, resulted in heavyweight clashes.
Real Madrid have been drawn against Juventus in a retaliation because the old team lost their last title to the Meringhi in the final, while Barcelona clashed with Roma and Sevilla in Bayern Munich while Liverpool play against Manchester City in an exclusive English match.
The draw for the quarter-finals was conducted by the open draw system, which does not depend on the classification of any team and does not prevent two teams from the same country from competing with one another and deciding to hold the first leg at the team’s stadium.
For the quarter-finals, there will be going-offs on April 3 and 4, with the return matches scheduled for the 10th and 11th.
The semi-final draw will be held on April 13, with matches scheduled for April 24 and 25 on May 1 and 2, while the final will take place in the Ukrainian capital Kiev on May 26.
Originally Published on arabic