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FOX Soccer News recaps today's UEFA Champions League quarterfinals draw.


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Here's what you miss if you didn't watch fox soccer news last night. Now's not the powerball lottery but the champions league quarterfinal draw is watch -- nearly as much anticipation Friday morning without any English clubs in the pot. The remaining eight champions league sides learned their fate for the next round of the knockout stages. The big gala held -- Leon France former Liverpool and -- Madrid star Steve McManaman doing the honors the first name pulled from the plot was Malaga. The surprising Spaniards were paired with the German champions Borussia Dortmund. Then Mac got pulled his former side Real Madrid and they will have the task of traveling to Istanbul after they drew with Galatasaray ride. Next coming a big one PSG. It would drama big bad Barcelona. They'll -- first in the French capital that left only two balls in the fog then there was only -- question of who would play the first match at home. The answer would be fired Munich last year's finalists hosting the Italians and as you've -- to -- stuff. So let's recap the matchups on Tuesday April 2 part different the venue for the first leg but -- -- -- image. Will not get to face is what club serving the final game. Of his suspension. Defenses are back in the quarterfinals for the first time since 2006. You see that got the advantage of -- like to achieve at the stadium. On Wednesday April 3 Malaga will play their first ever match in the quarterfinals in this competition as they host -- Who have not reached this stage of the competition since 1998 themselves. In the other match up on the one thing around dreadful thing got a -- Ryan efforts like affair. That's separate great second leg of course and a great matchup with the competition's top leaving scores -- Ronaldo and you'll mess. I can't really say that he has to director Leonardo was not pleased with -- -- -- Giants Barcelona. Thought -- that I was seeing that -- and the you know an incentive to put the -- couldn't have been less. It was impossible to get any less from a sporting point of view. We'll have to play against the best he's and even possibly the best to hold on there. For us. We -- just getting started with dale long term project. Him to play -- out of Europe. So we'll consider this opportunity as a 51. And a chance to play against the best team in the world. We'll see what happens. Respect will be a difficult but it's it's very important that the finishes haven't come to accomplish something in me -- being average which is a -- -- great player for for those of sort of for the team. But he can't play and that's that's a big for him before partially operations remembered with. Rush them we -- confident. At all in -- with all due respect you don't tester -- -- him we ought to be sticky we -- staff highest. Was fox opinions every nights at 10 PM.

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