Who will win the Champions League this season?
When he was told after the 3-0 win, which secured a 3-2 aggregate victory for the Italians, that Juve had never managed such a comeback in the Champions League, Ronaldo said, "Maybe that's why they signed me".
"My second choice would be not by tactical or emotional reasons but by what I think would be fantastic extra motivation I would do Ajax versus Porto, as that would mean one of them to reach the semi-finals", he added.
As for the teams which Barça would be relieved to meet in the quarter finals, Iker Casilla's Porto or Manchester United look, on paper, the most accessible.
A piece of paper with the Champions League logo, disclaimer and fixtures - stick with us on this one - has surfaced online and some are claiming a UEFA director "accidentally" uploaded the image to the internet.
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The biggest result was Ajax seeing off defending champions Real Madrid in incredible fashion at the Santiago Bernabeu.
United, like City, were initially drawn away in the first leg, but their tie was reversed due to UEFA regulations which prevent two teams from the same city playing at home in the last eight. However, prior to that the last meeting between Premier League sides in the competition came in 2011, when United eliminated Chelsea at the quarter-final stage. Twenty years on, Solskjaer will be back in Barcelona for the second leg of the quarterfinal tie as coach of the Red Devils.
Manchester City had never reached the quarter-final stage in the Champions League era before 2015/16, but they've now occupied a position in the last-8 three times times in the last four seasons.
The pain of the defeat by Real Madrid in the... The winners of Spurs vs. Man City will host either Ajax or Juventus in the first leg of the other semi.