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Clubs from around Europe have been reacting to their draws in the UEFA Champions League, with Paris Saint Germain boss Carlo Ancelotti plotting the downfall of Barcelona.
The mega-rich French club, who have David Beckham among a star squad, have been drawn against the Spanish giants in the quarter-finals after knocking out another La Liga club, Valencia, in the last 16.
A Lionel Messi-inspired Barcelona gave an indication of their immense talent when coming back from a 2-0 first-leg defeat by AC Milan to win 4-2 on aggregate.
And Ancelotti is well aware of the challenge, as he told BeIn Sport: "I think it's brilliant to play Barcelona.
"I'm very happy but it'll be very difficult. Barca have a lot of experience, quality and confidence. But PSG have a chance of going through. We'll have to play the full 180 minutes."
The draw between Real Madrid and Galatasaray will pitch Jose Mourinho against former Chelsea colleague Didier Drogba and the Turkish club know they will have to be at their best.
"Once you're in the quarter-finals, all teams are strong," said Galatasaray vice-president Ali Durust. "But Real Madrid are above all teams.
"If you raise your targets high, then you need to rise to the challenge of such teams."