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English quarter-finalists in the Champions League

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Manchester City and Liverpool will represent the Premier League in the last eight.

England will have two teams in the Champions League quarter-finals after Chelsea’s defeat to Barcelona left just Liverpool and Manchester City in the competition.

It is the first time since 2013-14, with Manchester United and Chelsea, that two Premier League clubs have reached the last eight.

Here Press Association looks how teams have fared over the last seven years.

2010-11 (Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham)

Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney put his side on the way to a Champions League quarter-final win over Chelsea with a goal at Stamford Bridge .
Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney put his side on the way to a Champions League quarter-final win over Chelsea with a goal at Stamford Bridge (Nick Potts/PA)

2011-12 (Chelsea)

Frank Lampard's penalty helped Chelsea to see off Benfica at Stamford Bridge.
Frank Lampard’s penalty helped Chelsea to see off Benfica at Stamford Bridge (Stephen Pond/EMPICS)

2012-2013 (No English clubs)

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2013-14 (Manchester United, Chelsea)

Diego Costa , later to become a Chelsea player, scored a penalty at Stamford Bridge in Atletico Madrid's 3-1 win.
Diego Costa, later to become a Chelsea player, scored a penalty at Stamford Bridge in Atletico Madrid’s 3-1 win (Nick Potts/PA)

2014-15 (No English clubs)

2015-16 (Manchester City)

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Kevin De Bruyne scored in both legs as Manchester City beat Paris St-Germain in the quarter-final.
Kevin De Bruyne scored in both legs as Manchester City beat Paris St-Germain in the quarter-final (Nick Potts/EMPICS)

2016-17 (Leicester)

Jamie Vardy's goal was not enough to prevent Leicester's quarter-final exit at home to Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid.
Jamie Vardy’s goal was not enough to prevent Leicester’s quarter-final exit at home to Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid (Nick Potts/PA)

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