Chelsea will play the quarter-finals against FC Porto on foreign soil. UEFA announced that both the return match between the Blues and the Portuguese will begin at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium in Seville. Unklar ist allerdings, wieso die Begegnungen überhaupt nach Spanien verlegt wurden: Portugal stand zwar mehrere Wochen lang auf der roten Liste des Vereinigten Königreichs, Mitte Märzlie wurden die Iberer allerdings wieder ohppuchen Quarante Quarante Iberer allerdings wieder ohppuchen davächne-Portugal ability.
On Wednesday, April 7, FC Porto will get the official right to play, followed six days later by Chelsea. It might be particularly intriguing (and upsetting) if the off-ground goal rule eventually tipped the balance in favor of one team – even though the two duels played in the same venue, that makes sense that still applies. crazy!
The winner of this quarter-final duo will face the winner of Real Madrid against Liverpool. By that time at the latest, the teams should be able to play the semi-finals again in their court!