Nyon — Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp will head back to
Germany in the Europa League's round of 32, though he avoided his old team.
The English club was drawn to face Augsburg, with the first
leg on Feb. 18 and the second leg a week later.
Klopp's former club, Borussia Dortmund, was paired with FC
Also read: Draw secures top spot for Liverpool
Also, Manchester United's next match in Europe will be at
Danish club Midtjylland, while two-time defending champion Sevilla hosts Molde.
In other pairings, it was: Fiorentina vs. Tottenham;
Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Schalke; Villarreal vs. Napoli; and Fenerbahce vs.
The Fenerbahce-Lokomotiv match will be the first competitive
meeting between Turkish and Russian clubs amid political tension between the
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