Los Blancos needed extra-time to beat Diego Simeone’s men in Lisbon May but the two Madrid sides will face each other again next month as they look to make it all the way to Berlin. Carlo Ancelotti’s side scraped past Schalke to reach the last eight, while Atletico required a penalty shootout to see off Bayer Leverkusen at the Vicente Calderon on Tuesday.[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]
Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain – winners against Manchester City and Chelsea in the last 16 – will also meet at the quarter-final stage. Luis Enrique’s beat the Premier League champions 1-0 at the Nou Camp on Wednesday night to seal a 3-1 aggregate triumph, sealing their place in a record eighth consecutive Champions League quarter-final.
There they will meet Larent Blanc’s men, who bravely battled past John Terry and Co at Stamford Bridge to gain revenge for last season’s defeat by the Blues. Elsewhere, Porto take on Bayern Munich and Juventus meet Monaco.
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