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Five things we learned from the Champions League

Five things we learned from the Champions League

In Group E, Liverpool produced a vibrant performance to hammer Russian side Spartak Moscow 7-0 at Anfield.

"When you arrive at the quarterfinals and semifinals the English teams have a lot of games", Conte said.

In fact, Coutinho bagged himself a hat-trick, with Mane scoring a brace.

It had previously been held by Karim Benzema, who had taken until he was 20 years and 10 months old before hitting double figures in Europe's premier football competition. The victory means that Jurgen Klopp's team finished top of the group.

Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Spurs all topped their groups, while Chelsea came second.

The Ukrainian champions scored first-half goals through Bernard and Ismaily.

For once the threat from Italy might not be coming from Juventus, which has lost two finals in the last three seasons.

Swansea's Paul Clement is the latest Premier League manager under huge scrutiny, with his team having dropped to last place ahead of a home match against fourth-to-last West Bromwich Albion.

Italian side Napoli took third spot after a 2-1 defeat at rock bottom Feyenoord.

However, in Rome, Roma got the job done as they recorded a lone goal win over Qarabag.

We will remind that on Wednesday, December 6, is the only representative of Ukraine Donetsk "Shakhtar" will try to win a ticket to the playoffs of the Champions League: our website holds online text of "Shakhtar" - "Manchester city".

And then there were the two individual records.

Perhaps the players might even be delighted to be in it by the time that comes round.

On the next stage of the Champions League, the Portuguese coach added: "I am not the luckiest guy with draws so it is better I shut up and forget it because we only play in February".

Real Madrid progressed in second place after beating Dortmund 3-2 at the Bernabeu Stadium.

The first goal in the game was scored by CSKA's Victor Vinicius Coelho dos Santos on the 45th minute.

The move to their new Wanda Metropolitano stadium was designed to herald a fresh period of success for Atletico Madrid, but Diego Simeone's side's streak of four straight runs to at least the Champions League last eight was abruptly ended.