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2017 - 2018 UEFA Champions League knockout stage results

UEFA Champions League 2018 Round of 16 knockout stage

England Premier League titan "Big Six" clubs Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Manchester City, and Chelsea are still in the running to win the 2018 Champions League title and to be named "Kings of Europe" in the most prestigious European championship tournament. Liverpool host Porto, the Spurs host Juve, Man City host Basel, and Man United host Sevilla; while EPL holders Chelsea travel to clash with Spanish La Liga giant club Barcelona. Great Champions League tickets for all second leg ties are available for sale now at cheap prices from 1st4FootballTickets.com! Meet up with your friends in the UK or travel to Spain, Italy, or Paris to watch some of the world's greatest footballers in the history of the beautiful game compete for silverware and glory!

Champions League Round of 16 first legs results

Juventus 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Basel 0-4 Manchester City
Porto 0-5 Liverpool
Real Madrid 3-1 Paris Saint Germain
Chelsea 1-1 Barcelona
Bayern Munich 5-0 Beşiktaş
Sevilla 0-0 Manchester United
Shakhtar 2-1 Roma

Basel 0-4 Manchester City

Man City goals: Ilkay Gundogan 14, Mota Bernardo Silva 18, Sergio Aguero 23, Ilkay Gundogan 53

Man City are as good as in the UEFA Champions League Quarter-finals after they thrashed Basel on their own turf. Claiming the 2018 Champions League trophy for Manchester City is a realistic goal for manager Pep Guardiola after his side brought their A-game to defeat Basel 0-4 away at St. Jacob Park with two goals from Ilkay Gundogan in City's easy win. It will be a difficult task, but a squad bursting with A-listers and led by the experience Guardiola has gathered from two triumphs in charge of Spanish La Liga giant club Barcelona has a real chance of elevating City into the elite band of European heavyweights to win the prestigious silverware and to be named "Kings of Europe".

"We have done well so far in the Premier League and League Cup but this is another competition and every game is tough because of the quality of the players and many, many, many other reasons," remarked Man City manager Pep Guardiola. "We are here with confidence to go through, but we know exactly what can happen if we are not at our level. Last season is last season: we played a really good team in Monaco, they reached the semis and won the league in France. We will try to get a good result!"

Squads

Basel made three changes to the side that won 2-0 at Thun the previous weekend. Blás Riveros and Léo Lacroix came into the defence, while Fabian Frei stepped into midfield. Defenders Éder Balanta and Raoul Petretta, and striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel, missed out. Manchester City made two changes to the team that thrashed former Premier League champs Leicester City 5-1 last Saturday night, both in defence. Aymeric Laporte was replaced by captain Vincent Kompany, while Oleksandr Zinchenko was replaced by Fabian Delph. On the bench, Leroy Sané returned from injury!

Basel
Vaclik, Lang, Xhaka, Lacroix, Suchy, Riveros, Elyounoussi, Frei, Die, Stocker, Oberlin. Subs: Salvi, Zuffi, van Wolfswinkel, Ajeti, Manzambi, Petretta, Bua.

Manchester City
Ederson, Walker, Kompany, Otamendi, Delph, De Bruyne, Fernandinho, Gundogan, Bernardo Silva, Aguero, Sterling. Subs: Bravo, Danilo, Stones, Laporte, Sane, Silva, Foden. Referee: Jonas Eriksson (Sweden).

Coming up this weekend for Manchester City is the Caraboa Cup. If Pep Guardiola win the cup, this final could start a Manchester City trophy dynasty. In his second season, Guardiola's focus is clearly now is on trophies and the Carabao Cup final against Arsenal could be the first of three in a matter of months for City. Pep Guardiola reportedly will spend a minimum of five years at the club. If Manchester City beat Arsenal in Sunday's Carabao Cup final their quest to become one of English football's most successful single-season sides is on track. Pep Guardiola is setting his cap on a treble of League Cup, Premier League, and Champions League silverware. In 1999 Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United won the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup, putting the top of the EPL Table club amongst the highest achievers and among football's finest. The stakes for City are high as Guardiola's side have a chance to become England's third winners of a treble, emulating Liverpool's 1983-84 collection of European Cup, Football League Championship and League Cup trophies.

The first demand is for Manchester City to defeat Arsenal to win the Caraboa Cup. A 16-point lead in the title race means City have all but sealed a third Premier League crown. Man City hold a 4-0 advantage over Basel in the Champions League after the opening leg and are near-certainties to reach the Champions League quarter-finals and are the tournament favorites to win the trophy. Achieving the treble would be significant regarding what Guardiola and City might achieve in the coming years. The shock FA Cup defeat at Wigan Athletic on Monday night ended the dream of a historic quadruple for Pep and his men, and will have disappointed the high achieving Guardiola. By the final whistle on Sunday City hope to have a moved one step closer to glory and a treble for the giant Big Six Premier League club.

Champions League Round of 16 second legs tickets

March 6-7
Liverpool v Porto
Paris Saint Germain v Real Madrid
Tottenham Hotspur v Juventus
Manchester City v Basel

March 13-14
Manchester United v Sevilla
Roma v Shakhtar
Barcelona v Chelsea
Beşiktaş v Bayern Munich

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