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Look at how players reacted to the UCL draws

Champions League Quarter Finals Draw took place in Nyon earlier in the day.

That’s how draw unfolded

MCFC VS PSG

BARCELONA vs ATLETICO MADRID

REAL MADRID VS WOLFSBURG

BAYERN MUNICH VS BENFICA

-Paris and Man. City drew 0-0 in the 2008/09 UEFA Cup group stage – their only previous meeting.

-Atlético met Barcelona in the 2013/14 quarter-finals, winning 1-0 at home after a 1-1 away draw. #UCLdraw

-Bayern have won four of their six matches against Benfica, drawing the other two. #UCLdraw

-Real Madrid have progressed in their last four UCL knockout games v German clubs.

Javier Bordas, Barcelona board member reaction on their draw against Atletico Madrid

“I don’t think there was a tougher opponent. They defend better than anyone.”

RobertLewandowski,Bayern munich forward said

 

“Faith paired us with Benfica! At this stage there are no weak teams! We will do everything to make our dreams come true!”

 

Dieter Hecking,Wolfsburg manager said

“We have the opportunity to show our ability on the biggest stage. We want to grasp that chance.”

Simeone,Atletico Madrid manager said

“What better incentive for us than to play against probably the best team in the world?”

Pellegrini,Man city manager has said

“It’s a difficult draw. It’s better to finish at home. Having the first leg away means you know what you have to do.”

 

And big statement has been sent out by André Schürrle, Wolfsburg forward,who is up to the challenge of facing the Mighty REAL

“We had been hoping for an opponent of this calibre & now we’ve got one!’.

 

Stat:Aguero has scored 16 goals in his last 17 UEFA Champions League starts for Man City.

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