This morning marked the next step in the Champions League 2018/19 campaign, as the round of 16 draw took place to decide the mouth-watering upcoming fixtures.
These two legs will take place in February and March, so the teams get a decent break from European football now, and plenty of time to prepare a lengthy dossier on their opponents.
All four English teams made it through to the round of 16, but it may be tough for that 100% attendance to continue through to the quarters.
Manchester City were the only Premier League team to finish top of their group, so were likely to get a somewhat easier tie, if such a thing exists in the competition. City were drawn against FC Schalk.
Tottenham, Manchester United, and runners up last year Liverpool all qualified in second place in their respective groups, so were unseeded for the draw.
As many fans will know, Tottenham drew the high-flying Germans Borussia Dortmund, a tough opponent for the last 16 round.
Manchester United were drawn against PSG, and Liverpool against Bayern Munich, so it could have been worse, right?
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