Two UEFA Champions League 2014 Quarter Final matches come to their thrilling conclusion on the evening of Tuesday 8 April 2014, as matches kick-off in London and Dortmund to see which sides will put themselves in the last four of the competition for this season.
Chelsea v Paris Saint-Germain (Agg 1-3)
Chelsea grabbed a much needed away goal, which means they have a sliver of hope in their home fixture against PSG at Stamford Bridge. The Blues recorded a strong performance on the weekend, and will be hoping for much from their illustrious front-men. The visitors, however, as they showed in the first leg, have an abundance of attacking quality of their own to draw upon.
With Chelsea needing to be expansive from the start, this match is a mouthwatering prospect for neutrals.
Kick-off 20:45 CET.
Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid (Agg 0-3)
Unlike Chelsea, Dortmund failed to get a single goal as they were handsomely beaten away at Real Madrid in their first leg, meaning tonight, if they are to make it through, they must scored thrice, without conceding. If Real can score in 90 minutes, Dortmund would need 5 to avoid being knocked out. A tall order at the best of times. They’ll need to pull out their best performance of the season at BVB Stadion Dortmund.
Kick-Off 20:45 CET.