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Tottenham Hotspur advanced to face Liverpool in an all-English final in Madrid on June 1.
Mauricio Pochettino is convinced Tottenham can still reach the club's maiden Champions League final despite losing the first leg against Ajax in north London last week.
Ajax prepared for next week's Champions League semi-final second leg against Tottenham Hotspur by beating Willem II 4-0 to clinch the Dutch Cup.
Ajax and Tottenham will meet for the decisive second leg at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam on May 8.
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino insisted his Tottenham's strength as a collective can overcome Ajax's talented group of rising stars.
Harry Kane hopes to recover from his ankle ligament injury in time to feature in the Champions League final if his side make it to the showpiece event.
Juventus had been looking to reach the Champions League semi-finals for the third time in the past five seasons.
Cristiano Ronaldo had not played for his club since scoring a hat-trick to dump out Atletico Madrid in the last 16
Cristiano Ronaldo hasn't played for the runaway Serie A leaders since scoring the sensational hat-trick that saw Juventus come back from a 2-0 first-leg deficit to knock out Atletico Madrid.
Massimiliano Allegri said Cristiano Ronaldo is set to undergo tests on Monday to know exactly how long it will take him to fully recover.
Liverpool were drawn to play FC Porto in the knockout rounds for the second year in succession.
In seven days, Real Madrid have been knocked out of the Copa del Rey, La Liga's title race and the last 16 of the Champions League.
VAR has been introduced to the Champions League for the first time in this year's knock-out stages.
Davinson Sanchez, capped twice by the senior side since making his debut last year, said the move would allow him to develop as a player.
Paul Pogba dedicated victory to the victims of this week's Manchester terror attack after propelling Manchester United towards a 2-0 victory over Ajax in Wednesday's Europa League final
Mourinho said the victims of a deadly bomb attack in Manchester were in the "minds and hearts" of his squad as Manchester United prepared for Europa League final against Ajax.
Jose Mourinho won the UEFA Cup, as the Europa League was previously known, with Porto in 2003, but the two-time Champions League winner has been publicly dismissive of the competition in recent years.
Marouane Fellaini's 17th-minute header put Manchester United 2-0 up on aggregate, but Celta Vigo hit back late on through Facundo Roncaglia, who was then sent off along with United's Eric Bailly following a centre-circle shoving contest.