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Quarter-finals & semi-finals

Published: Friday 18 June 2010, 11.23CET
The pairings from the quarter-finals onwards were determined by an open draw.

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Published: Friday 18 June 2010, 11.23CET

Quarter-finals & semi-finals

The pairings from the quarter-finals onwards were determined by an open draw.

18 March at 12.00CET, Nyon

Quarter-final draw (5/6 & 12/13 April)
1: Real Madrid CF (ESP) v Tottenham Hotspur FC (ENG)
2: Chelsea FC (ENG) v Manchester United FC (ENG)
3: FC Barcelona (ESP) v FC Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)
4: FC Internazionale Milano (ITA, holders) v FC Schalke 04 (GER)

Semi-final draw (26/27 April & 3/4 May)
1: Inter/Schalke v Chelsea/Manchester United
2: Real Madrid/Tottenham v Barcelona/Shakhtar

Final (20.45CET, 28 May, Wembley)
Winner semi-final 2 v Winner semi-final 1

The pairings from the quarter-finals onwards were determined by an open draw in which no teams were seeded and clubs from the same national association could be drawn against each other. The side drawn first will play the first leg at home. The last-four fixtures are also determined while an additional draw defined whether the winner of semi-final 1 or the winner of semi-final 2 will be considered, for administrative purposes, the home side in the final.

Last updated: 27/11/12 2.54CET

http://www.uefa.com/news/newsid=1497372.html#quarter+finals+semi

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