UEFA Champions League quarter finals set to provide more entertainment for football fans, notably as there's several exciting match ups, including Premier League derby between Liverpool and Manchester City.
Tottenham Hotspur saw their slim away goals advantage in the Champions League over Juventus wiped out in matter of minutes as the Premier League side were beaten by their Italian's counterpart at Wembley.
Manchester City continue to look menacing in English Premier League as Pep Guardiola's men secured another important victory this weekend, beating defending champions, Chelsea 1-0.
Playing in front of their home fans, Man City immediately took control of that tie with their possession football and put lots of pressure on their opponent's defense.
Fresh from their Carabao Cup victory, Manchester City found themselves playing against Arsenal once again this midweek, this time in the English Premier League fixture and same result happened for Pep Guardiola's men.
Pep Guardiola finally got his first trophy for Manchester City as after a difficult first season, the Spaniard successfully guided his side to win the Carabao Cup on Sunday.
Man City comfortably beating Arsenal 3-0 at Wembley with goals coming from Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany along with David Silva.
Manchester City's chance of winning four titles evaporated following their FA Cup exit on Monday as they were being beaten by League One side, Wigan Athletic.
Pep Guardiola's men were certainly disappointed with that result as not only they were beaten by a supposedly weaker side, but there were also several incidents that made that game much more sour.
Positive results were earned by two Premier League teams on Champions League knock out stages first leg as Tottenham Hotspur drew 2-2 away against Juventus, while Manchester City slammed Basel in Switzerland.
Manchester City remain comfortable sitting top of English Premier League standings following an impressive 5-1 victory over Leicester City on Saturday.
Drawing their last league fixture, Man City were very eager to redeem that result as they immediately push forward vigorously and got themselves in front after just three minutes through Raheem Sterling.
Arsenal booked themselves a final date with Manchester City in the upcoming Carabao Cup final as Arsene Wenger side defeated their London rival, Chelsea at Emirates this midweek.
Drawing 0-0 in their first match both teams were determined in taking maximum result as it will get them into that final spot and potential first trophy collection this season.
Manchester City's 4-3 defeat from Liverpool last weekend seems to trigger hope from Manchester United players, notably Juan Mata who remain confident that his side are still in for a shot at this season's Premier League title.
Manchester United's chance in acquiring Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal this January got bigger with Manchester City's unwillingness to pay the fee Gunners requested.
However, that doesn't mean that Man United have everything under wraps as just yet, since there's apparently an important situation that needs solving first, which is Henrikh Mkhitaryan's future at Old Trafford.