By FOX Sports Staff
Malaga's debut run in the competition continued into the quarter-finals of the Champions League after they overcame a one goal first leg deficit to beat 10-man Porto 2-0 at La Rosaleda this week.
On Friday, they were drawn against Dortmund in a glitzy UEFA ceremony in Nyon with the first leg set to be played in Spain on April 2nd while the return leg is scheduled for Germany a week later.
The two sides have never met before and Joaquin is champing at the bit for next month's double-header.
"Dortmund are a team used to playing these type of games," Joaquin was quoted as saying on the competition's website.
"However, we will have a chance of getting through if we compete as we have been doing until now.
"We must give Dortmund our maximum respect. They are a strong team who play good football - we will give 200% in order to qualify.
"We want the tie to come as quickly as possible."
UEFA recently imposed a four year ban on the Spanish club from future competition for its delay in payments to creditors, but Malaga are hoping their appeal against the sanction at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) will be granted.