Fernandinho Delivers Crucial 2-2 Draw For Man City Against PSG

Arsene Wenger's Arsenal, who won their group ahead of French champions Paris Saint-Germain, have been rewarded with home and away legs against German giants Bayern Munich. Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side, having had to make do with finishing second in their group behind Barcelona, will play Ligue 1 side Monaco, hosting the principality side in the first leg. The third Premier League club still involved in the competition, English champions Leicester CIty, won their group and as a result are set to take on Spanish side Sevilla. Elsewhere, holders Real Madrid will lock horns with Serie A side Napoli, and fellow Spanish giants Barcelona take on Paris Saint-Germain. RELATED NEWS STORIES: Arsenal and Liverpool Fans Think We Look Like Champions, For Sure – Ex-Chelsea Star Arsene Wenger Sets Minimum Absence Period For Shkodran Mustafi Yes, Stance Has Changed, But No Asking Price Set – Wolfsburg Sporting Director On Arsenal Target Pace, Power, Teams Will Struggle To Contain Arsenal, Stoke Boss Admits Class Is Permanent – Leeds United Star Hails Jamie Vardy’s Hat-Trick Portuguese giants Benfica meanwhile have to contend with Borussia Dortmund for a place in the quarter-finals. The second Portuguese side still involved, FC Porto, are to take on Juventus. Bundesliga outfit Bayer Leverkusen meanwhile play Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid. The Round of 16 first legs are due to be played over 14th to 15th and 21st to 22nd of February, with the return legs being set for 7th to 8th and 14th to 15th March. The final this season is at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on 3rd June. 2016/17 Champions League Round of 16 Draw Manchester City vs Monaco Real Madrid vs Napoli Benfica vs Borussia Dortmund Bayern Munich vs Arsenal FC Porto vs Juventus Bayer Leverkusen vs Atletico Madrid Paris Saint-Germain vs Barcelona Sevilla vs Leicester City

Despite being considered by many as outsiders in the UEFA Champions league, Manchester City progressed to the Quarter Finals.

Under the guidance of Manuel Pellegrini, the team have reached their first ever quarter finals and paired against early Ligue 1 champions PSG, many already marked an exit for the English team.

With Vincent Kompany and Yaya Toure out through injuries, it was hard to see how Manchester City hoped to fare well at the Park De Princes.

At the end of 90 minutes and the score at 2-2, the tie is in Manchester City’s favor as they know that a goalless draw at the Etihad will see them through to a historic semi final.

Manchester City drew first blood through Kevin De Bruyne who returned just last week after three months on the sidelines and City looked like they were set to go into half time in the lead.

However a horrible pass from Joe Hart to Fernando saw Ibrahimovich intercept and led to what has to count as the easiest goal of the Champions league.

Rabiot then tapped in from a Joe Hart punch to put the Parisians in the lead and City had some fortune of their own as Fernandinho’s deflected shot drew the affair level.

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