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Reigning champions Bayern Munich and nine-time European champions Real Madrid join six other top clubs from Europe in Friday's quarter final draw in the UEFA Champions League, to be held in Nyon, Switzerland.

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Spanish clubs Barcelona, Real and Atletico Madrid, German giants Bayern and Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain, along with Premier League clubs Manchester United and Chelsea have made it to the last eight of the Europe's elite club competition.

Bayern defeated their league rivals Dortmund in last season's final held in Wembley. The two Bundesliga teams have progressed to the quarter finals, while English clubs Arsenal and Manchester City crashed out of the knockout stages.

The first leg of the quarter finals will be held on 1/2 April while the return leg will be on 8/9 April. The semi final draw will take place on 11 April in Nyon. The draw will be open and a club can face another club from their same league.

Manchester United

Manchester United
Manchester United's Robin van Persie (L) celebrates with Wayne Rooney and Antonio Valencia (R) a second goal against Olympiakos. Reuters

The Premier League champions endured a poor form in the domestic competition. However, David Moyes' side have been in impressive form in the Champions League this season, having lost only one game so far.

United sealed a place in the last eight of the European competition after defeating Olympiakos 3-2 on aggregate. The first leg in Greece saw the English side suffer a 2-0 defeat. Robin van Persie's hat-trick at Old Trafford saw Moyes' side make it to the quarter finals.


The Blues sealed a place in the quarter finals of the Champions League comfortably, having registered a 3-1 aggregate win over Turkish champions Galatasaray. The first leg ended in a 1-1 draw in Istanbul, while goals from Samuel Eto'o and Gary Cahill saw Jose Mourinho's side make it to the last eight of the competition.

Last Eight

Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain