Tottenham Hotspur now know the seven teams they could face in the Champions League quarter finals, after the final two round of sixteen ties were played last night.
There was another turn up for the books in what has been a crazy competition this season, as Liverpool travelled to Bayern Munich and won 3-1.
Barcelona also eased past Lyon to book their place in the final eight for the 2018/19 campaign.
And it’s a final eight dominated by English teams, with all four that entered the competition making it to the quarters.
Spurs equal their best ever run in the Champions League, with their only other appearance way back in 2011 under Harry Redknapp.
The rules that prevent clubs from the same countries drawing each other in the competition have now been lifted, so Tottenham could be drawn against Liverpool, Man City, or Man United.
Perhaps the most attractive looking draw for Spurs would be Porto or Ajax.
The final eight clubs are as follows:
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