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Who advances to the Champions League semi-finals?⁣

By Guardian Exclusive
20 March 2021   |   6:36 am
Friday’s Champions League draws drew up some interesting quarter-final clashes. Holders Bayern Munich will face last year’s beaten finalists Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool take on their conquerors in the 2018 final Real Madrid, Premier League leaders Manchester City are up against Borussia Dortmund, while Chelsea will square up against Portuguese giants Porto.⁣ ⁣ Solomon Fowowe and Sola Oyeniyi discussed the draws and shared their thoughts on who may likely progress to the last-four of the world’s most glamorous club competition.⁣ ⁣⁣

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