There wil be a intra-city duel in the Champions League semi final: World cup winner Toni Kroos and defending champions Real Madrid will meet Atletico Madrid over two legs in early May in a repeat of two of the last three finals. The other last four tie will see Juventus take on Monaco - where Sami World champion Sami Khedira will face up to Borussia Dortmund’s conquerors from southern France.
Friday’s draw in Nyon in Switzerland also confirmed Real and Monaco will have home advantage in the first leg.
The 2016 final was settled on penalties in favour of Real Madrid - who reached this stage by beating Bayern Munich 6-3 on aggregate, while Monaco saw off Borussia Dortmund 6-4 over two legs in the last eight.
The final and the fight for the “Henkelpott” will take place on June 3 in the Principality Stadium in the Welsh capital of Cardiff.