United secure passageas Bayern down PSG

United secure passageas Bayern down PSG

Ghana midfielder Michael Essien was at Old Trafford to watch Manchester United play against CSKA Moscow in the last Group A game of the Uefa Champions League on Tuesday.

Juventus and Basel also completed their passage to the next round, joining Barcelona, Besiktas, Manchester City, Tottenham, Manchester United, PSG and Roma who qualified as group winners, and Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Juventus and Basel as runners up.

Onyekuru was on from start to finish.

For the most part, finishing positions in all eight groups have now been decided with teams from the same country also unable to draw each other in the second round.

Juve join Group D winners Barcelona, who rounded off their group phase with a routine 2-0 win at home against Sporting Lisbon.

Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford scored the goals for United. All five of the Premier League sides that started out will be in the last 16 and four of them finished top of their group.

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Robert Lewandowski gave the hosts the lead, sweeping home from close range after being played onside by Dani Alves, before the unmarked Corentin Tolisso made it two with a header.

Juventus grabbed the group's second place with a 2-0 away victory over Olympiakos.

There are only four Round of 16 spots left to play for on Wednesday night ahead of the draw on December 10 in Nyon. Antonio Conte's side, who could be pitted against heavyweights including Barcelona and PSG in next week's last 16 draw.

CSKA struck out of the blue as Mario Fernandes broke down the right and set up Vitinho, whose miscued shot struck Dzagoev in the back and bounced into the net.

"No, Marcos is really tired", Mourinho told BT Sport before the CSKA Moscow match when asked if Rojo had another injury.

Some targets may be more attainable than others, but that won't stop English clubs opening their wallets in the New Year.