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NEWS | 21/03/2014The first leg will be played on Tuesday the 2nd of April in the Santiago Bernabéu and the second will take place on Tuesday the 8th of the same month in Signal Iduna Park in Germany.
Real Madrid will take on Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League quarter-finals after the draw made at midday at the House of European Football in Nyon (Switzerland). Carlo Ancelotti's side will play the first leg in the Santiago Bernabéu (1st or 2nd of April) and the second a week later in Signal Iduna Park (8th or 9th of April).
With the Bundesliga all but over, their chances of winning a title this season now lie in the German Cup, where they meet Wolfsburg in the semis, and the European Cup. They had a tricky Group Stage in which they were drawn against Arsenal, Napoli and Marseille, but they ended up topping the group despite losing twice. In the last sixteen, despite losing at home in the second leg, they knocked out Zenit in a match that ended with a yellow for Lewandowski, meaning that their top goal-scorer in the competition, with six, will miss the first match of the quarter-final. The side's balance against Real Madrid is two victories, three draws and three defeats.