Champions League Quarterfinals Draw: Reaction, Lines, Stats And More

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Now that the Champions League quarter finals are coming at our doorstep, teams and their fans are now tensed as they wants to know whom are they facing. With the quarter final draw of UEFA Champions League is done already, and we know which team will face whom, here are some special reaction, lines and stats regarding the recent draw.

UEFA Champions League Quarter Finals Draw:

Real Madrid vs. Chelsea:

Real Madrid has been facing Chelsea in the last few years constantly. They fought against them in the 21-22 edition when Zidane was coaching Madrid and after that match Chelsea went on to win the Champions League under Tuchel. However, Real Madrid on their way to win the trophy last season defeated Liverpool, and now with Chelsea’s recent run of bad forms in the league, Real Madrid will probably have a better chance to see through themselves in the next round.

Inter Milan vs. Benfica:

Benfica has faced Inter Milan a long time ago. Back then it was known as the European Cup and not the Champions League. The two sides met in the final of that competition. However, if we consider Champions League history, these two teams will lock horns this time in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. These two sides are very different from one another and it will be an interesting fixture to follow.

Man City vs. Bayern Munich:

The blue half of Manchester under Pep Guardiola will lock horns against one of his former teams. The German side is in great from as they defeated PSG to advance in the quarter finals of the competition. However, Pep’s Man City is a great team, and with Erling Haaland by their side, this team will become a formidable force for Bayern.

AC Milan vs. Napoli:

AC Milan vs. Napoli is apparently a mismatch on papers. The two Italian sides will face each other in the quarter finals of the competition. Napoli is playing amazingly both in the domestic league and in the European Championships. Whereas AC Milan is slowly coming back to its golden days too.