The draw at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland also revealed the path to the final by showing which two quarter-final opponents will play each other for a spot at the June 1st showpiece match at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium.
"Everyone can judge if it's a disaster - if we do not win the Champions League, our work for three seasons, every three days, is a failure or a disaster", Guardiola said.
In Liverpool's next appearance at this stage of the competition they edged out Juventus, then Chelsea in the semi-finals, before THAT famous comeback victory over AC Milan in the 2004/05 Final. If you're not yet a subscriber we can get you signed up in just 15 minutes by clicking here.
The reds have progressed to the semi-final on 10 of the previous 14 attempts.
The draw contained four English clubs for the first time since 2009 when Manchester United went on to reach the final in Rome.
Their net has been breached a staggering 68 times so far this season, comfortably the most in the league and you'd have to think Salah and Co will be licking their lips at the thought of tearing Fulham to shreds.
The website has scored each team using its Soccer Power Index, which keeps a track record of their attacking and defensive displays and awards them with an individual score rating, too.
"(They are a) top side, so it's 50/50.
Liverpool, who lost in last year's final to Real Madrid, will host Porto in the first leg on April 9. They were handed a tough test against PSG in the Round of 16 and now come up against FC Barcelona in the quarter finals. "April and May at United, we narrow the focus and it's now about winning trophies and making use of the squad". Other teams to qualify were FC Porto, and Tottenham Hotspurs, who defeated Borussia Dortmund in both legs. It's definitely up there with United's most dazzling nights under the lights.
Lionel Messi and his Barcelona teammates are coming back to Old Trafford to face Manchester United in the Champions League quarterfinals.