The 2021-22 Champions League final is all set to take place on Saturday, 28th May in St Petersburg, Russia.
Manchester City, Liverpool FC, Manchester United and Chelsea are all into the last 16.
Manchester City have joined Liverpool FC, Chelsea and Manchester United in the last 16 of the tourney – but who will they encounter in the knockout rounds?
Guardiola’s men put on a profound display to trounce PSG 2-1 and secure Group A on Wednesday, after Manchester United and Chelsea had locked their seat 24 hours prior.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, who had already snatched top spot in Group B with two games to remain – defeat Porto 2-0 as a nudge of their own ultimatum in this competition.
PSG are assured to finish second, and with Red Devils vouched as group winners, there is an outside chance of Pochettino drawing the club he has been linked with becoming their new leader.
Teams qualified for the last 16
*Vouched as Group Winners