The draw for the quarter-final phase of the 2022-23 UEFA Champions League was held on Friday in Nyon, Switzerland, where the last eight teams were drawn against each other to decide the teams that will advance to the semi-finals.
Real Madrid will face Chelsea in one of the most anticipated games of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final phase. Los Blancos defeated English Premier League side, Liverpool 6-2 on aggregate, while the Blues, on the other hand, overthrew Borussia Dortmund 2-1 on aggregate in the previous phase of the campaign.
Manchester City will square off against Bayern Munich in another blockbuster fixture of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final phase. The Citizens eliminated Leipzig 8-1 on aggregate in the round-of-16- phase, while the German Bundesliga giants eliminated Paris Saint-German.
Two Italian Serie A teams, AC Milan and Napoli will battle each other for the ticket to the next phase of the UEFA Champions League, as both teams were drawn against each on Friday during the quarter-final draw.
Check out the full draw results below:
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