Champions League: The last 16

Published 1401 GMT (2201 HKT) December 16, 2013
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James Milner scored a dramatic winner as Manchester City came from behind to defeat reigning champion Bayern Munich 3-2 in its final group game. Next up for City is Barcelona. Martin Rose/Bongarts/Getty Images
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure will come face to face with his former teammates when Barcelona arrives in town for the first leg clash. Lennart Preiss/Getty Images
Barcelona striker Neymar will be one of an array of stars on show when the Catalan side takes on City. Lionel Messi is expected to return from injury in time for the contest and will go up against his Argentina teammate Sergio Aguero. JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images
Mesut Ozil will be leading the charge for Arsenal when it faces Bayern Munich. The Gunners were beaten by the German side on away goals at the same stage last season. Michael Regan/Getty Images
No team has ever retained the Champions League title -- but Bayern will be fancied to become the first. It won 3-1 at Arsenal last season but only sneaked through to the last eight on away goals after suffering a 2-0 home defeat. John McDougall/AFP/Getty Images
Cristiano Ronaldo is hoping to lead Real Madrid to its 10th triumph in the competition's history. Real will face German side Schalke for a place in the quarterfinals. Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images
Manchester United will be confident of progressing to the last eight after being paired with Greek side Olympiakos. United has endured a difficult season on the domestic front but qualified top of its group. Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images
Didier Droba, who scored the winning penalty in the final for Chelsea against Bayern Munich in 2012, will return to Stamford Bridge with Galatasaray. Javier Soriano/AFP/Getty Images