While Barcelona’s exit to last season’s runners-up Paris Saint-Germain was perhaps not too much of a surprise, few saw Juventus coming out on the wrong end of an upset against Porto in the last 16. So, could we be witnessing a changing of the guard in the competition? Is it a case of out with the old, in with the new? CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTERFINAL LINE-UP While Messi and Ronaldo have dominated in Europe through the years, a collection of some of the most promising talents in the world game have the chance to take centre stage now. PSG eye Champions League vengeance against Bayern in quarterfinals Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) Even by his own prolific standards, Haaland has been in sensational scoring form in the tournament so far. His 10 goals in six games includes scoring a brace in each leg of the last-16 tie with Sevilla, helping Borussia Dortmund progress to the quarters. The Norwegian striker managed the same number in a Champions League campaign last season that saw him represent both BVB and Salzburg. Forget just breaking the record as the fastest to 20 goals, he has shattered it. Harry Kane was previously the quickest to reach that… Read full this story
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