FC Barcelona will face Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League, according to the draw that took place this Monday in Nyon, Switzerland, where Luis Enrique’s team were paired with the team coached by Unai Emery.

Barça's delegation at the event was led by Sporting Vice President, Jordi Mestre; Director of Professional Sports, Albert Soler; and Amador Bernabéu and David Bellver, delegates for the Club's Institutional Relations with UEFA.

Barça take on PSG for the fourth time in the last five seasons in Europe's top club competition.

The first leg will be played on Tuesday, 14 February at the Parc des Princes and the second leg will be at Camp Nou on Wednesday, 8 March.

The blaugranes will play the return leg at home thanks to having topped their group in the initial stage of the competition.

Here are the remainder of the results from Monday's last 16 draw:

Real Madrid v Napoli

Benfica v Borussia Dortmund

Bayern Munich v Arsenal

FC Porto v Juventus

Bayer Leverkusen v Atlético Madrid

Sevilla v Leicester City 

Reaction to the draw

After the draw, Mr. Mestre described PSG as "an old friend, a team that will not be easy, but history is on our side."

"In the Champions League there are no easy teams," he said. "Furthermore, their coach knows the Spanish League really well."

Former Barça striker Patrick Kluivert is the current Director of Football at PSG and, speaking to Barça TV before the draw, he said, "no team ever wants Barça. Nevertheless, if you want to win the Champions League it's better to meet them now rather than later on in the competition." 

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