Europa League last 32 draw.
The Europa League draw for the last 32 has taken place in Nyon, and whilst it was kind to one British club, it wasn't particularly to the other three - particularly Liverpool.
Treat for Toffees
Everton were drawn out in the first match, and they face Swiss side Young Boys in a match the Premier League side will fancy their chances of winning.
Wolfsburg's encounter with Sporting Lisbon is another attractive tie, whilst Roma meet Feyenoord in another decent encounter at this stage of the competition.
The remaining Brits were forced to wait until the closing stages of the draw, and it was Liverpool out first as they found themselves against Besiktas.
A trip to Turkey would not have been high on Brendan Rodgers' agenda, given the Reds' recent struggles, but the Anfield outfit will still fancy their chances of reaching the last 16.
Spurs were out of the pot for the next match, and they face a mouth-watering clash against Fiorentina over two legs.
Having done the hard work in the group stage, Mauricio Pochetino's side will be hoping to take their upward form in the Premier League over to Italy for the second leg after initially hosting the Viola at White Hart Lane.
Italian Job for Celtic
Finally, Celtic were handed the nightmare task of a meeting against Inter Milan at this stage of the competition after failing to impress in their initial progression.
The SPL leaders are yet to find top form this season, and they will be pushed to the limit at Celtic Park and then the San Siro at this stage of the competition.
Europa League last 32 - draw in full:
Young Boys v Everton
Torino v Athletic Bilbao
Sevilla vs Mönchengladbach
Wolfsburg v Sporting
Ajax v Legia
AaB v Club Brugge
Anderlecht v Dinamo Moskva
Dnipro v Olympiacos
Trabzonspor v Napoli
Guingamp v Dynamo Kyiv
Villarreal v Salzburg
Roma v Feyenoord
PSV v Zenit
Liverpool v Beşiktaş
Tottenham v Fiorentina
Celtic v Internazionale