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Arsenal have been drawn against holders Milan in the second round of the UEFA Champions League, while Liverpool must play Serie A leaders Internazionale.
Celtic also face a daunting tie after being paired with Barcelona in the last 16.
Manchester United will tackle Lyon, who denied Rangers a spot in the knockout stage.
Chelsea appear to have the kindest draw of the British sides after being pitted against Greek outfit Olympiakos.
Elsewhere, Real Madrid take on Roma, Sevilla meet Fenerbahce, and Schalke play Porto.
Ties to be played on 19th/20th February and 4th/5th March.
Champions League second round draw in full:
Celtic v Barcelona
Lyon v Manchester United
Schalke v Porto
Liverpool v Internazionale
Roma v Real Madrid
Arsenal v Milan
Olympiakos v Chelsea
Fenerbahce v Sevilla
Welcome to the brand new Champions League Podcast.
The Sky Sports Champions League panel was in awe of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale's impressive showing in Real Madrid's 6-1 win at Schalke.
Patrick Barclay contrasts the Tom Finney era with the complexity of managing Man Utd.
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Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo says he misses Manchester United and will not celebrate if he scores against them.
Malaga have been banned from all UEFA club competitions for one season due to outstanding debts.
Celtic hope their Champions League showdown with Juventus can convince Victor Wanyama and Gary Hooper to sign new deals.
Malaga have vowed to appeal against the "disproportionate and unjustified" sanctions levied against the club by UEFA.
Malaga attacking midfielder Isco has been named Europe's best under-21 player of 2012.