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Ajax's players celebrate in front of the home fans in Amsterdam at full-time on Thursday

La Liga side Celta Vigo were drawn to face Belgian Pro League outfit Genk after victories over Krasnodar and Gent respectively. The other draws also seem to be interesting matchups.

The only Spanish representative in the quarterfinal stage of the competition is Celta Vigo who have been playing some fine football under Eduardo Berizzo.

Two teams from Belgium who are the major representative in this round made it through.

Jose Mourinho's side beat Rostov 1-0 at Old Trafford on Friday (AEDT), with Juan Mata's goal seeing off the Russian Premier League side 2-1 on aggregate.

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United fans were ruffled by news that IF they were to reach the final they would get just 10,000 guaranteed tickets, with another 17,000 available through Uefa's website.

United have already faced Turkish opposition in the Europa League this season, beating Fenerbahce at Old Trafford but losing in Istanbul.

It'll be held in Nyon, Switzerland following the Champions League draw, which will be held at 11am. But United are the bookies' favourites to win the competition.

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