Jason Cundy hails Premier League teams as all four reach quarter-finals

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There will be four English teams and no German sides in the last eight of the competition for the first time in a decade

Jason Cundy says English clubs have pulled the pants down of German teams in the Champions League this season.

All three Bundesliga clubs remaining in the last-16 were convincingly beaten by Premier League sides, as English football boasts four of the last eight for the first time in a decade.

Bayern were stunned by Liverpool at the Allianz

Last night, Liverpool beat German champions Bayern Munich 3-1 in their own back yard, after Manchester City demolished Schalke 10-2 on aggregate on Tuesday.

Borussia Dortmund were top of the Bundesliga when they crashed out to Tottenham, losing 4-0 over the two legs, and Cundy described the round as an embarrassment for German football.

“In this round, we’ve seen Spurs batter Bundesliga leaders Dortmund. They battered them,” the former Chelsea striker said on the Sports Bar.


“I’ve just seen Liverpool go to one of the biggest sides in world football and totally dominate them away from home. They battered Bayern.

“Schalke were the second best team in German football last season. Man City pulled their pants down.

“English clubs have pulled the pants down of German sides in this round of the Champions League.

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“The Premier League has shown that we have the best in the world. Liverpool were in cruise control.”

Manchester United complete the foursome of English teams in the quarter-finals following their dramatic 3-1 victory over Paris Saint-Germain in France.

They will discover their next opponents on Friday, with Porto, Ajax, Juventus and Barcelona waiting alongside the Premier League clubs in the draw.



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