Champions League semi-final draw: Guardiola takes on former club Barcelona

Guardiola will take on former club Barcelona.

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Holders Real Madrid will play Juventus in the semi-final of the Champions League while Pep Gaurdiola's Bayern Munich have been drawn against his former club, Barcelona.

First leg ties take place on the 5th and 6th of May with the return matches scheduled for the 12th and 13th of May.

Real Madrid are attempting to become the first team in Champions League history to retain the trophy.

Semi-final draw:

  • Barcelona v Bayern Munich
  • Juventus v Real Madrid

Real Madrid and Juventus into semi-finals

Hernandez celebrates his goal.

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Javier Hernandez netted a late winner as Real Madrid reached the last four of the Champions League following a 1-0 win over 10-man Atletico Madrid at the Bernabeu.

The striker, on loan from Manchester United popped up in the 87th minute to finish from close range 11 minutes after Arda Turan saw red after picking up two yellow cards.

Juventus moved into the last four of the Champions League for the first time in 12 years after playing out a goalless draw with Monaco in the second leg of their quarter-final tie.

Juve went into the clash with a 1-0 aggregate lead after tasting victory against the principality club in the first leg and the Italian giants held onto that lead to book their place in the last-four draw along with Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid.

David Luiz: PSG can reach Barcelona's level

David Luiz believes Paris Saint-Germain can match Barcelona in the years to come, after losing to the Catalans in the Champions League quarter finals.

The Brazilian, who had a poor game, told Gabriel Clarke that the French champions have the potential to become a top side on the continent.

Champions League match report and highlights: Bayern Munich 6-1 Porto

Bayern Munich made light work of a 3-1 first-leg deficit as they battered Porto 6-1 to sail into the last four of the Champions League with a 7-4 margin on aggregate.

It was supposed to be a night that would test Bayern boss Pep Guardiola's mettle after last week's disappointing defeat in Portugal, but his charges made a mockery of such predictions with five goals in 26 minutes in the first half.

Thiago Alcantara was on fire.

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Champions League match report and highlights: Barcelona 2-0 PSG

Barcelona reached the Champions League semi-finals for the seventh time in eight years after comfortably brushing aside the challenge of Paris St Germain.

Barca did most of the damage in the first leg with a 3-1 win in Paris and they finished the job off with relative ease at the Nou Camp, with two first-half Neymar goals earning a 2-0 win.

Neymar was the hero.

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