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Premier League's Champions League dominance is a good omen for Man United

Premier League's Champions League dominance is a good omen for Man United

Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur won their round-of-16 ties this season by a cumulative aggregate score of 20-6, which is fairly impressive whichever way you look at it.

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The two other times the Premier League has still had four runners at this stage of a Champions League campaign (2008-09 and 2007-08), United have gone on to reach the final on both occasions.

Having comfortably swatted Dortmund aside, Tottenham will be looking to finally wrestle themselves back into a consistent vein of form heading into what will be only the second Champions League quarterfinal in the club's history, when they reached the last eight in 2010-11.

However, Spurs fans can (possibly) take comfort in the fact that their first European trophy, the 1963 Cup Winners' Cup, was won by beating Atletico Madrid 5-1 in the final.

Source: www.espn.com
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