Manchester City have drawn Ukraine’s Dynamo Kiev in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side, seeking to avoid a third straight last 16 loss having been dumped out by Barcelona in the last two seasons, will fancy their chances of a first quarter-final appearance when they take on the Ukrainian champions on February 24 before the return leg in Manchester on March 15.
They will have to travel however without the support of their fans as Dynamo were given a two-game closed doors sanction for racist behaviour during the 0-0 draw with Chelsea on October 20.
Gent (Belgium) v VfL Wolfsburg (Germany)
AS Roma (Italy) v Real Madrid (Spain)
Paris St Germain (France) v Chelsea (England)
Arsenal (England) v Barcelona (Spain)
Juventus (Italy) v Bayern Munich (Germany)
PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands) v Atletico Madrid (Spain)
Benfica (Portugal) v Zenit St Petersburg (Russia)
Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) v Manchester City (England)
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