Look at them. Look how happy Carles Puyol and Xavi were.
And you couldn’t blame them. They’d levelled up their 2012 semi-final with Chelsea, and two minutes later were a man up after John Terry was sent off. And then it got even better: Andres Iniesta put them ahead two minutes before half-time.
But oh, Barça. Silly, silly Barça. Ramires! Fernando Torres! Gary Neville’s return to puberty!
Champions League semi-finals are great, we can all agree. But for today’s quiz we want you to tell us who’s actually been in one since 1993/94 – the first time that the rebranded competition used them, after a peculiar knockout game followed by a two-group system in 1992/93.
We’re giving you seven minutes to get as many as you can and then tell us your scores @FourFourTwo (opens in new tab) – send us a screenshot and we’ll retweet, so long as you don’t give answers away.
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