Last week’s action saw Juventus, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Liverpool go through the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League. Another 8 teams await their fate as they go into their return leg of the Round of 16 matches.
Manchester United Vs Sevilla
1st leg: Sevilla 0-0 Man Utd
It was an uninspiring performance by Manchester United in their away match against Sevilla with David de Gea being the star performer (yet again!) with one breath-taking save. It was an evening to forget for the United fans. With no away goals scored, the only way for United to go through is by winning the home game at Old Trafford.
Sevilla can be dangerous on the counter and can cause some troubles but Manchester United are expected to win this one.
Read Scoops: Manchester United 3-1 Sevilla
A S Roma vs Shakhtar Donetsk
1st leg: Shakhtar 2-1 Roma
Another exciting tie on the cards as Roma scored the all-important away goal. It was a great comeback win for the home team after falling behind in the first half.
Roma would be hoping to score early and put the pressure back on the visitors. Roma have a trump card in Cengiz Under who has been impressive lately. Have Roma finally found the heir to Mo Salah?
Read Scoops: Roma 3-1 Shakhtar
Besiktas vs FC Bayern Munchen
1st leg: Bayern Munich 5-0 Besiktas
This should be an absolute no brainer for the visitors. Bayern are in scintillating form at the moment and any team should be wary of them in the next round. Just like Manchester City, they create waves and waves of attacks. Bayern have been relentless recently and will be gunning for European glory once again, their last win was in 2013.
Read Scoops: Besiktas 0-0 FC Bayern
Barcelona vs Chelsea
1st leg: Chelsea 1-1 Barcelona
Everyone expected a victory for the Catalans in their last match but Chelsea surprised all and could have won the match if not for that momentary lapse of concentration. Conte came up with a plan and the players played their part to perfection.
Barcelona got their crucial away goal and that might prove to be the difference after all. Nou Camp has been a fortress so far this season and expecting any sort of result would be a huge task for Chelsea. However they have history on their side as they beat Barca last time around with a man down.
Read Scoops: Barcelona 2-1 Chelsea
Enjoy the matches folks and watch out this space for further updates in the tournament.
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