Tiebreaker Rules in the Champions League Quarterfinals
Champions League is back with thrilling quarterfinals after a month. Real Madrid, with their experience and recent form, are the favorites against Chelsea. Can the newly appointed coach Frank Lampard save the disastrous season and lead Chelsea to the semifinals?
Don't miss the most unpredictable tie of the season as Manchester City faces European heavyweights Bayern Munich. With 21 goals in their last four games, Guardiola's men led by Haaland will be a force to reckon with. However, with only three losses in 27 games, Tuchel's Bayern, who lead the Bundesliga standings, are not to be underestimated.
The away goals will no longer count as double in the Champions League knockout stage. UEFA abolished this 50-year-old rule in June 2021.
In case of a tie after both legs, an extra 30-minute time will be played. If still tied, a penalty shootout with 5 spot-kicks will determine the winner. If still tied, a sudden death shootout will be played until one team scores and the other doesn't.