Manchester City will face Borussia Dortmund in the last eight of the competition following the draw earlier today.
The Blues beat another German side in the form of Borussia Monchengladbach, but must improve on a poor European quarter-final record that has seen them win just one of six Champions League, Europa League or UEFA Cup quarter-finals.
Pep Guardiola’s side still remain on course for a historic quadruple, but they must beat 2013 finalists, Dortmund, to keep their hopes of a quadruple alive.
The quarter-final first-leg will take place at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday 6th April.
The second-leg will take place the following week on Wednesday 14th April at Signal Iduna Park,
However, current travel restrictions between the UK and Germany could see both legs being played in neutral venues.
The other quarter-finals see Chelsea take on Porto, Bayern Munich face PSG and Real Madrid face Liverpool.
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