The draw for the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals was made on Friday morning, with the Madrid derby the standout tie, but there was something missing – Premier League involvement.
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With Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City joining Liverpool in exiting the competition over the last couple of weeks, it means England has no representatives in the last-eight…
And Twitter won’t let that fact go away lightly.
Diabolical Champions League draw for the English clubs.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) March 20, 2015
Unreal draw for English teams. Walk in the park stuff. #Ucldraw
— Lach (@SirMourinhoo) March 20, 2015
Champions League draw taking place.. Cannot wait to see who the English teams draw.. Oh wait.. #UCLdraw
— mariusvdwalt (@marius_jacsfm) March 20, 2015
So who do you think the best English teams want to avoid here? #UCLdraw
— Mark O’Donnell (@markod1916) March 20, 2015
— Ö (@GOOLAZODEJEFF_) March 20, 2015
Champions League draw kicks off! Sorry English football fans… Your clubs aren’t to be mentioned
— Thierry Nyann (@nyannthierry) March 20, 2015
I don’t like the chances for English clubs after that Champions League draw
— Jonny Bananas (@GoJonnyBananas) March 20, 2015
— Mani (@1899Emanuel) March 20, 2015
We look forward to today's Champions League draw. We want to do well, we want to qualify. Hang on little bit, we're out.
— Wenger Knows Best (@wengerknowsbest) March 20, 2015
3 Spanish teams in champions league qtrs draw n 4 still in the Europa yet some people still say the Premiership is the best in the world ????????????
— craig mackechnie (@CMackechnie) March 20, 2015