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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Madrid play PSG in Champions League; Chelsea get Barcelona

Alison Bender and Stewart Robson discuss some of the biggest ties of the UCL last 16 draw as Real Madrid face PSG.

Reigning champions Real Madrid will face Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League round of 16, while Chelsea take on Barcelona.

Manchester United have a first ever competitive meeting with Sevilla, Manchester City play Basel and Liverpool are up against Porto, but fellow group winners Tottenham Hotspur have a tough test in Italian champions Juventus.

Bayern Munich, who finished second to PSG in Group B, play Besiktas and Shakhtar Donetsk take on Roma.

The biggest tie of the round, though, sees...

Real Madrid will turn their fortunes around - Porto's Iker Casillas

Sid Lowe evaluates Cristiano Ronaldo's comments about Real Madrid's summer sales, as well as Ronaldo being snubbed by Isco.

Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas backed his former side Real Madrid to return to form, as he was awarded the 2017 Golden Foot prize.

The Golden Foot is awarded to players aged over 28 and is a recognition of a long career in the game -- with Casillas' long-time rival and friend Gianluigi Buffon of Juventus and Italy winning in 2016.

Monaco's Prince Albert II sponsors the award, which is decided by online voting after a shortlist is drawn up by an international panel of journalists.

Also in the running...

Porto coach defends decision to drop Iker Casillas for Jose Sa

Porto coach Sergio Conceicao has defended his decision to drop Iker Casillas and instead play Jose Sa in goal in Tuesday's 3-2 defeat to RB Leipzig in the Champions League.

Sa, a former Portugal youth international, was adjudged to have been at fault for Leipzig's first goal when he failed to hold Bruma's shot, leaving Leipzig captain Willi Orban with a tap-in.

Former Real Madrid captain Casillas, who won the Champions League three times with Los Blancos, has started Porto's previous two group matches...