Alan Shearer, Glenn Hoddle and Michael Owen react on Twitter to Champions League draw

Harry Redknapp with Glenn Hoddle at QPR training

Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City are the three Premier League teams left in the Champions League this season.

Former Chelsea midfielder Glenn Hoddle has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to the Champions League last-16 draw.

The draw for the last 16 of Europe’s premier club competition was made earlier today, with two of the Premier League representatives given tough fixtures.

Chelsea will face French giants Paris Saint-Germain, while London rivals Arsenal will take on defending European champions Barcelona.

Manchester City are the other English team left in the Champions League, and they will face Ukrainian outfit Dynamo Kiev for a place in the quarter-finals of Europe’s premier club competition.

Hoddle has backed City to progress, and has suggested that both Arsenal and Chelsea can do so as well.

Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer and former Manchester United striker Michael Owen have also had their say on the Champions League last-16 draw.

It will be a big surprise if City slip up against Kiev, as they have a much better team and are at home for the second leg.

Arsenal are likely to get knocked out by arguably the best team in the club football at the moment, Barcelona, but Chelsea can go through if they keep a clean sheet against PSG in Paris in the first leg.

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