*Group A -
Man United, FC Basel*
*Group B -
*Group C -
*Group D -
*Group E -
*Group F -
Man City, Shakhtar Donetsk*
*Group G -
Besiktas, FC Porto*
*Group H -
Tottenham, Real Madrid*
Liverpool 7:0 SMoscow
RMadrid 3:2 BDortmund
Tottenham 3:0 Apoel
Porto 5:2 Monaco
SDonetsk 2:1 Mancity
Feyenoord 1:1 Napoli
Maribor 1:1 Sevilla
Leipzig 1:2 Besiktas
RMadrid vs BDortmund
Potto vs Monaco
SDonetsk vs Mancity
Liverpool vs SMoscow
Tottenham vs Apoel
Leipzig vs Besiktas
Feyenoord vs Napoli
Maribor vs Sevilla
*UCL Group A, B, C, D standings*
```Man Utd 15``` points
```CSKA Moscow 9```
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Manunited 2:1 CSKA
Chelsea 1:1 AtlMadrid
BMunich 3:1 PSG
Barcelona 2:0 Sporting
Olympiakos 0:1 Juventus
Benfica 0:2 Basel
Roma 1:0 Qarabag
Celtic 0:1 Anderlecht
Chelsea vs AtlMadrid
Barcelona vs Sporting
Manunited vs CSKA
Olympiakos vs Juventus
BMunich vs PSG
Roma vs Qarabag
Celtic vs Anderlecht
Benfica vs Basel
Qarabag vs Chelsea
CSKA vs Benfica
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Basel vs Manunited
Juventus vs Barcelona
PSG vs Celtic
Anderlecht vs BMunich
AtleMadrid vs Roma
Sporting vs Olympiakos
SMoscow vs Maribor
Besiktas vs Napoli
Mancity vs Feyenoord
Apoel vs Real Madrid
BDortmund vs Tottenham
Monaco vs Leipzig
Shakhtar vs SDonetsk
Sergio Aguero became Manchester City's all-time record goalscorer and fired Pep Guardiola's side into the knockout stages of the Champions League as they claimed a thrilling 4-2 win at Napoli.
The Premier League leaders progress with two games to spare in Group F after making it four victories out of four at Stadio San Paolo.
As in their 2-1 victory in Manchester two weeks ago, Pep Guardiola's men were made to work hard for the points and Napoli drew first blood on this occasion thanks to Lorenzo Insigne's wonderfully crafted opener after 21 minutes.
Seemingly relieved by the Serie A table-toppers halting an assault that lasted for most of the first half hour, City centre-backs Nicolas Otamendi and John Stones converted set-piece routines either side of half-time to turn the game around.
Jorginho made it two apiece from the penalty spot in the 62nd minute but Leroy Sane, culpable for his foul on Raul Albiol, drove a counter-attack that allowed Aguero to score his 178th City goal and end Eric Brook's 79-year stay at the top of the club's scoring charts.
Napoli flagged from that point and, after substitute Bernardo Silva wasted a pair of good openings, Raheem Sterling gleefully added a fourth.
Tottenham qualified for the Champions League knockout phase with a stunning 3-1 victory over Real Madrid on Wednesday.
Two goals from Dele Alli and one from Christian Eriksen gave Mauricio Pochettino's side a fully deserved triumph at Wembley over the holders, who were well short of their best and looked vulnerable to every Spurs counter-attack.
These two teams played out a 1-1 draw at the Santiago Bernabeu two weeks ago and there was little to separate them in a lively first half, until Alli steered in a Kieran Trippier cross.
England international Alli, who made his MK Dons debut in the FA Cup first round almost five years ago to the day, doubled his side's lead just after the break with a deflected strike to leave the visitors stunned.
It got worse for Madrid less than 10 minutes later when Eriksen finished after a pass from the returning Harry Kane, and although Cristiano Ronaldo struck a consolation goal, there was little else to smile about for the Spanish and European champions.
On the verge of history...
Sergio Aguero needs one more goal to become Man City's all-time top scorer.
And he starts against Napoli
Besiktas's Tosun converted a brilliant penalty to equalised Monaco's Lopez 46th minutes first half injury time goal and all squared.
Besiktas 1:1 Monaco
Javi Martinez headed Bayern Munich into the knockout stages of the Champions League after Callum McGregor looked to have denied them victory in a dramatic 2-1 win over Celtic on Tuesday.
McGregor's equaliser in the 74th minute appeared set to make Bayern wait for their place in the next round until Martinez leapt to meet a David Alaba cross just three minutes later.
Kingsley Coman had given Bayern a first-half lead after a disastrous defensive lapse involving Dedryck Boyata and Craig Gordon allowed him to fire into an empty net.
Three points for Bayern, combined with Group B leaders Paris Saint-Germain's victory over Anderlecht, sees the Bundesliga champions assured of a top-two finish, while Brendan Rodgers' men are eliminated.
The result was perhaps harsh on Celtic, with little to choose between the sides on the night.
Layvin Kurzawa hit a second-half hat-trick as Paris Saint-Germain booked their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a dominant 5-0 win over Anderlecht at the Parc des Princes.
Unai Emery's side have been in imperious form in Group B and have won all four of their games, scoring 17 goals and conceding none.
They now have an unassailable nine point lead over third-placed Celtic after their 2-1 defeat to Bayern Munich, but will want maximum points from their final two games against those sides to confirm top spot.
Neymar missed a glorious opportunity to open the scoring in the first minute before Marco Verratti's first goal of the season after 30 minutes broke the deadlock.
The world's most expensive player then scored his 11th goal since his move from Barcelona with a fine long-range finish on the stroke of half-time. Kurzawa then stole the show in the second-half, scoring his first career hat-trick to add a deserved gloss to the scoreline.
Stephan El Shaarawy's first-half brace set Roma on the way to a resounding 3-0 win over Chelsea that displaced their visitors at the top of Champions League Group C.
Antonio Conte's reigning Premier League champions would have secured a last-16 spot with a win but that appeared a tall order from the moment El Shaarawy opened the scoring after 39 seconds.
The former AC Milan forward scored spectacularly to sink Bologna 1-0 in Serie A last time out and his rasping opener was another goal to remember.
El Shaarawy owed much to the charity of Antonio Rudiger, the Chelsea defender who endured a forgettable return to his former club, before Diego Perotti brought the house down with another stunning long ranger after the hour.
Roma were the side to come back from a hefty deficit when the sides drew 3-3 at Stamford Bridge two weeks ago but Chelsea were not such willing dance partners and must now dust themselves down for a crunch clash with Manchester United this weekend.
Manchester United secured their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a 2-0 win over Benfica on Tuesday.
An unfortunate own goal from young goalkeeper Mile Svilar at the end of the first half and a Daley Blind penalty after the break gave Jose Mourinho's side their fourth win from four games in Group A and put them on the brink of the knockout phase.
Svilar gifted United a win in Lisbon two weeks ago when he carried Marcus Rashford's free-kick over the line but he seemed ready to make amends at Old Trafford when he saved Anthony Martial's 15th-minute penalty.
The home side, who gave Scott McTominay a first start in the competition as the likes of Antonio Valencia, Ashley Young, Phil Jones and Rashford were rested from the start, were not wholly convincing in their display against a team without a point from four matches.
But they found a breakthrough when Nemanja Matic's shot hit the post and went in off Svilar before having to survive some Benfica pressure in the second half, in which Raul Jimenez hit the post following an Eric Bailly mistake.
Svilar made good saves to deny Romelu Lukaku and keep his side in the contest but it proved to be in vain, as Blind fired home from the spot with 13 minutes left to put United six points clear of Basel and CSKA Moscow at the top of the group with two games left.
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