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Champions League quarter-finals results

Atlético Madrid, Juventus, Monaco, and Real Madrid go through to Champions League Semi-finals

The semi-finals of this season's UEFA Champions League took shape on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Wednesday, Juventus defeated mighty Spanish La Liga giant club Barcelona Fc. And AS Monaco defeated quarter-final opponents titan Bundesliga team Borussia Dortmund to advance to the Champions League semifinals. Juve traveled to Barca’s Camp Nou and finished the effort they started in Turin last week, drawing 0-0 to seal a 3-0 aggregate win.  Monaco trio Kylian Mbappe, Radamel Falcao and Valere Germain scored goals to complete their 3-1 triumph. Juventus and Monaco will join Spanish giants Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in the last four. Los Blancos clinched a controversial 4-2 victory over Bayern Munich on Tuesday to book a 6-3 aggregate win, and Atletico Madrid 1-1 draw away at Leicester City combined with their 1-0 victory in the first leg was enough for Atleti to go on. Champions League holders Real Madrid are hoping to become the first team in European history to successfully defend their crown, while going for their third continental triumph in the space of four seasons to again be named “Kings of Europe”. The following are some interesting stats including potential starting XI squads for the four remaining clubs to look at while waiting for the much anticipated Champions League semifinals.

Atlético Madrid, Spain La Liga
Manager: Diego Simeone
Stadium: Vicente Calderón Stadium
Location: Madrid, Spain
Founded: April 26, 1903, Madrid, Spain
Leagues: La Liga, UEFA Champions League, Copa del Rey
Owners: Miguel Ángel Gil Marín, Enrique Cerezo, Wang Jianlin
This season: P10 W7 D2 L1 F13 A5
Squad: Oblak; Juanfran, Godín, Savić, Filipe Luís; Saúl, Gabi, Koke, Carrasco; Gameiro, Griezmann
Top scorer: Antoine Griezmann (5)
Last semi-final: last season, won on away goals v Bayern (2-2)
Semi-final record: W3 L2
European Cup best: 3x runners-up (most recently 2016)

Juventus, Italy Serie A
Manager: Massimiliano Allegri
Location: Turin, Italy
Stadium: Juventus Stadium
Leagues: Serie A, UEFA Champions League, Coppa Italia
Nicknames: Vecchia Signora, Signora Omicidi, Zebre, Ibianconeri, Fidanzata d'Italia, Goeba
This season: P10 W7 D3 L0 F17 A2
Squad: Buffon; Dani Alves, Bonucci, Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Pjanić, Khedira; Cuadrado, Dybala, Mandžukić; Higuaín
Top scorer: Paulo Dybala (4)
Last semi-final: 2014/15, won 3-2 v Real Madrid
Semi-final record: W8 L3
European Cup best: 2x winners (most recently 1996)

Monaco, France Ligue 1
Manager: Leonardo Jardim
Stadium: Stade Louis II
Training ground: Training Center La Turbie
Owner: Dmitry Rybolovlev
Capacity: 18,523
Leagues: UEFA Champions League, France Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue
This season: P10 W6 D2 L2 F21 A16 (excluding qualifying)
Squad: Subašić; Sidibé, Glik, Jemerson, Mendy; Fabinho, Bakayoko, Lemar; Bernardo Silva, Falcao, Mbappé
Top scorer: Kylian Mbappé and Radamel Falcao (5) 
Last semi-final: 2003/04, won 5-3 v Chelsea
Semi-final record: W1 L2
European Cup best: runners-up (2004)

Real Madrid, Spain La Liga
Manager: Zidedine Zidane
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
Location: Madrid, Spain
Founded: March 6, 1902
Leagues: La Liga, UEFA Champions League, Copa del Rey
This season: P10 W7 D3 L0 F28 A15
Squad: Navas; Carvajal, Ramos, Nacho, Marcelo; Kroos, Casemiro, Modrić; Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo
Top scorer: Cristiano Ronaldo (7)
Last semi-final: last season, won 1-0 v Manchester City
Semi-final record: W14 L13
European Cup best: 11x winners (most recently 2016)

2017 Champions League: Tuesday's Quarter-Final Score
Leicester City 1-1 Atletico Madrid (1-2 agg)
Real Madrid 4-2 (aet) Bayern Munich (6-3 agg)

2017 Champions League: Wednesday's Quarter-Final Score
 Barcelona 0-0 (0-3 agg) Juventus
AS Monaco 3-1 (6-3 agg) Borussia Dortmund

Qualified Champions League Semifinals Teams

AS Monaco
French Ligue 1 Monaco defeated Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday with a cut-throat display to cement their place in the semi-finals. Mbappe scored for Monaco after three minutes at the Stade Louis II, pouncing on Roman Burki's pass to score. Then Thomas Lemar scored into the Dortmund box after 17 minutes. In the 47th minuteMarco Reus got the visitors on the board: Ousmane Dembélé helped with his 16th assist of the season!  Dortmund's further comeback attempt was halted, Mbappe's replacement, Germain, scored for Monaco after coming off the bench. Dortmund's defeat followed the traumatic events of last week's bomb attack in Germany.

Real Madrid
Two contentious offside calls and a harsh red card for Bayern Munich’s Arturo Vidal ensured Real Madrid’s extra-time victory on Tuesday against the weakened German Bundesliga club. Robert Lewandowski's penalty early in the second half set the Bayern up for triumph in the brilliant spectacle. Lewandowski was marginally offside for Bayern's second goal. In games of this magnitude, the officials should be sure to get things right. The Santiago Bernabeu was sent into raptures when Cristiano Ronaldo scored in the 76th minute, but Sergio Ramos' own goal minutes later forced extra time. Those added 30 minutes gave Ronaldo the time he needed to complete one of the most memorable hat-tricks in his career. Having already won two of the previous three Champions League tournaments, the Madrid giants are hot after the trophy again this year having developed a winning mentality to go with the enormous talent in their squad. Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has already led his Spanish La Liga side to Champions League triumph last season.

Champions League Semi-finals Draw

The draw ceremony will begin at 12:00CET on Friday 21 at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. No teams are seeded and clubs from the same national association can be drawn against each other. The semi-final first legs will be played on Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 May, with the return ties the following week. The side drawn first in each tie will play the first leg at home. The National Stadium of Wales in Cardiff will stage the final at 20:45 CET on Saturday 3 June.

Clubs in the Champions League semi-final draw

Atlético Madrid, Juventus, Monaco, Real Madrid

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