Although Manchester United‘s travels to Spain for their final Champions League Group H fixture against against Valencia wasn't a complete dead rubber, the Red Devils had already qualified and could've topped the group with a win.
As Juventus failed to secure a result away from home at BSC Young Boys, United had a real opportunity to take the group, but they lost 2-1 due to a Carlos Soler half volley and a Phil Jones own goal.
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As a result, Jose Mourinho‘s side finished as runners up in the group.
Here is who they could face in the last 16:
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The draw will take place at 11am on Monday 17 December at Uefa’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
For your calendars – the first leg of the Round of 16 fixtures will take place on either Tuesday 12 or Wednesday 13 February, or Tuesday 19 or Wednesday 20 February. The second leg will take place on either Tuesday 5 or Wednesday 6 March, or Tuesday 12 or Wednesday 13 March.
The teams Manchester United can face are:
- Borussia Dortmund
- Paris Saint-Germain
- Real Madrid
- Bayern Munich
Manchester United now face a host of tough opposition of which the least terrifying are probably Porto. The likes of Barcelona, PSG, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich or an in-form Borussia Dortmund are fairly formidable and horrible prospects for Mourinho's struggling side.
If only they had beaten Valencia…
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