Champions League Semi Final Draw
Manchester United vs Paris Saint-Germain
Despite Arsenal's visible improvements since Jurgen Klopp took over this year, the mighty Gunners were still unable to overcome a far superior Manchester United, who sealed their entry into the Semi Finals with two narrow victories in two legs. At the Emirates, Juan Mata scored the only goal of the game and the Red Devils finished the job at Old Trafford as Adnan Januzaj and Falcao both netted.
Meanwhile, Memphis Depay's superb free kick was enough for PSG as the Qatari-owned club celebrated a surprise 0-1 win over Chelsea in their own backyard. In the second leg, it was Depay who came flying to the rescue again with an early goal. Romelu Lukaku pulled one back for his side just minutes later but the Blues were ultimately unable to find a winning goal as PSG successfully advanced to the Semi Finals of the Champions League for the second time in the club's history.
It's certainly going to be an interesting tie as both sides are desperate to win the Champions League title - United are searching for their fifth European Cup, while their French opponents have not won it even once.
A potential Champions League Final clash against rivals Liverpool may serve as motivation for Joachim Low's squad to get past PSG. United captain Falcao, 35, is also set to leave the club at the end of the season when his contract expires and there would be no better way to send the fan favorite off than with a Champions League win.
Roma vs Liverpool
Barcelona recorded a 3-1 win over their Italian counterparts at the Camp Nou, but that still proved inadequate for the side boasting talents such as Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, for Roma had crushed the Catalan giants 4-0 in the first leg thanks to Mario Mandzukic's 61-minute opener and a quickfire hat trick from Abel Hernandez.
Fellow Spanish slayers Liverpool also sent Real Madrid packing after recording a 9-2 aggregate win, with Merseyside hero Raheem Sterling reinforcing his legendary status at Anfield by scoring a magnificent number of six goals over the two legs.
Age-old adversaries who faced each other in the 1984 European Cup Final, Liverpool and Roma have been drawn to battle it out against each other once more. The Giallorossi have always been on the losing end - they were defeated 4-2 on penalties in the aforementioned cup final, and more recently, in the Champions League Quarter Finals three years ago.
But Carlo Ancelotti being in charge may be the catalyst for Roma this season, and the team as a whole have improved ever since the last meeting with their English rivals. On the other hand, Liverpool have also recruited key players like Jeronimo Rulli and Pavel Savitskiy, which only makes it harder to predict a result.
Roma full-back Jon Flanagan is also in line for a first-time return to Liverpool. The defender moved to Italy in 2018, and has established himself as an important squad member ever since with 92 appearances so far in the Serie A.