Champions League last 16 draws: PSG vs Real Madrid Sergio Ramos returns home

After a technical error occurred during the first draw, the Champions League draws for the last 16 were redone and have few exhilarating fixtures for you. 

Cancel your plans for February because we bring you blockbuster Champions League matches. With PSG facing Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid meeting Manchester United in the Round of 16. 

Real Madrid vs PSG:

Real Madrid have lost only once in their last six Champions League games against PSG. Lionel Messi, who is the top scorer of EL Clasico has been involved in 45 goals in 40 games against the Los Blancos. Real Madrid will also welcome their former captain Sergio Ramos when they face off in February.

Man United vs Atletico Madrid:

This will be the first meeting between Manchester United and Atletico Marid in the European competition since 1991. 

United talisman Ronaldo will play against one of his favorite teams in Europe, as he has netted 25 goals in 35 games against Atlético, including two hat-tricks. 

Inter Milan vs Liverpool:

Liverpool will play Inter Milan. The Reds have won three out of four games against Inter Milan, last time they shared soils was back in the 2007-08 campaign, winning both the legs. 

Other Fixtures:

No changes for holders Chelsea, who will take on the French side, Lille. The Blues have won each of their last four meeting against French sides.

Manchester City will meet Sporting CP, and in-form Ajax will take on Benfica who finished second in their group which contained Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Juventus will contest against Villarreal

The German giants Bayern Munich will contest against FC Salzburg. They faced Austrian teams four times, winning all four in the Champions League. 

The first leg will be played on 15, 16, 22, and 23 with group winners playing their first match away, and the second leg will take place on March 8, 9, and 15, 16.

However, there will be a twist for the first time in Champions League history, as there will be no away goal rule as it was removed by the UEFA, which had been in place since 1965. So, if the ties are level in both legs irrespective of away goals, we will go into extra time.

So dear Sportco readers, which fixture are you most excited for, is it the Real Madrid vs PSG clash, Man United taking on La Liga Champions, Atletico Madrid or any other fixture out of the above one.

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