- Champions League quarter-finals this season will have four Premier League clubs in it
- These English sides include Manchester United, Tottenham, Man City and Liverpool
- Juventus, Barcelona, FC Porto and Ajax are the other remaining teams left in the competition
Liverpool's 3-1 win over Bayern Munich meant that four Premier League sides will play in the quarter-final of this season's Champions League for the first time since 2008/2009 season.
This will be the first time in ten years that four teams from the same nation have all qualified for the competition's last eight.
Both French and German champions were knocked out by Premier League sides in their respective round of 16 clashes and it now looks like English clubs are beginning a revolution in the European scene.
Barcelona is considered the biggest threat to these English clubs who are looking to win the trophy since Chelsea last won it 2012.
The 2008-09 season was the last time the competition had four competitors from England which included Liverpool, Chelsea, United and Arsenal, but the following season saw that number dropped to two.
Man United made it through to the finals of the 08-09 season, only to lose to eventual winners Barcelona in Rome, after three of the four sides in the semi-finals hailed from the United Kingdom.
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The last time both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich failed to make it into the quarter finals of the elite competition was in the 2005-06 campaign.
A new winner of the competition will emerge this season after Real who won the title in the last three years were knocked out in the last 16.
Dutch giants Ajax, Italian champions Juventus, and Manchester United showed that anything is possible in this competition as they recorded strings of ridiculous comebacks.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Champions League draws promises to be exciting after eight teams, including four Premier League sides, made it through to the quarter finals.
Liverpool was the fourth Premier League side to seal a spot in the quarter finals, joining Man City, Spurs and Manchester United who had earlier qualified.
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