Saturday, 18 March 2017

Champions League Quarterfinals 2017 Draw, Schedule, Fixtures

The two European titans will meet at the quarter-final stage, Leicester faces Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund faces Monaco and Juventus play Barcelona in a repeat of 2015 final.

The Draw of UEFA Champions League Quarter Finals has been released in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday. According to the schedule, European Champions Real Madrid will face Bayern Munich on 13 April 2017. The the other game, UCL 2015 winner Barcelona once again take on 2015 runner-up Juventus, the match is set to play on Wednesday 12 April 2017.

Elsewhere, premier league champions Leicester City will face last year UCL runner-up Atletico Madrid. Following we have a UCL Quarter Final 2017 Draw released by UEFA on Twitter -

Bayern Munich Vs Real Madrid:

As both teams have won a combined of 16 European/champions league title, it would be really fascinating to watch them go head-to-head.

A very special card for Ancelotti, an Italian coach from Bayern Munich side and a former coach of Real Madrid. He will show why he is considered as an expert for this kind of contests. 

On the other hand for Madrid, the trio of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, and Karim Benzema will make things difficult for the opponent. Bayern's Robert Lewandowski assisted by very creative talent Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa and Thiago Alcantara will try to keep the game on their side.

The last time these two sides met, at the semi-final stage of Madrid's glorious 2013-14 campaign, Sergio Ramos made the difference, scoring two goals at the Allianz Arena to kill the tie and help Real to a 5-0 aggregate win.

Atletico Madrid vs. Leicester City:

In the other game, Atletico Madrid will take on Leicester City who beat the superior team Sevilla in the round of 16 by 2-0. While Atletico represents another difficult challenge, the Foxes will be confident they can keep this run going, especially after their Premier League success last term.

Both teams are at their best, trying to counter-attack. However, Leicester City is growing up in this kind of crucial games whereas Atletico Madrid seems to be the most durable team for high matches.

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Thursday, 16 March 2017

Champion League 2017; 8 Teams Who Made The Quarterfinals

Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, Leicester City, Juventus, Monaco and Atletico Madrid qualified for next round of UEFA Champions League 2016-17

So, the eight teams has been qualified for the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final 2016-17. Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich secured their place in the quarter-finals after winning their last-16 ties on March 7 and 8. Leicester City and Juventus joined them on 14 March and Monaco and Atletico Madrid took the last  spots to secure the final 8 place.

Monaco cost Mancheter City by playing a huge 6-6 draw to secure their spot in final 8. In the next game, Atletico Madrid beat Bayer Leverkusen by 4-2 became the last team of UCL Quarterfinals 2017.

Here is the full list of last draw of 16 teams and how they made to the next round -

Champion League 2017; 8 Teams Who Made The Quarterfinals
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How to watch the Champions League quarter-final draw?

You can watch Champion League Quarter Final 2017 matches on, the official website of Champion League. 

You can also watch Champions League live telecast on Ten Sports

Visit Champions League Live Streaming 2017 for more info related to live stream.

When Will Champions League Quarter Finals 2017 Played?

UEFA fan are eagerly waiting for it to happen. After whole long session of qualifiers, team should take some rest and built their new strategies for Quarter Finals. 

The Quarterfinals will be played on 11 and 12 April 2017 for 1st leg and 2nd leg will be played on April 18 and 19 of the same month.

Where Is UEFA Champions League Final 2017 Take Place?

Now, you people must be curious to know about Champions League Final 2017 Venue. The Final of this year's Champions League will be played at Cardiff National Stadium, Wales. 

The final is going to take place on Saturday, 3 June 2017. Check out Cardiff Stadium Ground Picture and Capacity Info

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