There was bound to be some drama at this stage.
With four English sides making it to the last eight it was almost inevitable two would be drawn together.
It is even more mouth-watering when you consider it is Spurs v Man City.
Man United will have a rematch of their 2009 and 2011 finals after drawing Barcelona in the quarters.
Liverpool were handed a decent draw with a first leg at home against Porto.
With the teams being split into two groups for their routes to the final the winner of Spurs v City will face the winner of Ajax v Juventus, while a Liverpool v United semi-final on the other side could be very tasty.
Man United pulled off the second best European comeback in their history when they beat PSG 3-1 in Paris to become the first team to go through after losing the first leg at home 2-0.
Just don’t mention the fact it was a very conspicuous VAR handball decision for the final goal.
Man City absolutely romped their way to the last eight with a 10-2 aggregate victory over Schalke which all looked a bit unfair for a Champions League knock out match by the time Gabriel Jesus was tapping in the seventh goal.
Kingslayers Ajax meet Juventus which could spell the end of their brilliant run.
The matches will be played on the 9th, 10th, 16th and 17th of April.
Champions League quarter-final draw in full:
- Ajax v Juventus
- Liverpool v Porto
- Spurs v Man City
- Barcelona v Man United
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