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Chelsea don't fear PSG or Barcelona — Conte

Chelsea don't fear PSG or Barcelona — Conte

Manchester United were one of four clubs to secure qualification for the last 16 of the Champions League in the final round of group games on Tuesday.

The likes of Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani, Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski and the precocious Kylian Mbappe were also among the contenders last term.

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They will be joined in the knockout stages by Juventus, who won by the same score at Olympiacos with Juan Cuadrado and Federico Bernardeschi on the scoresheet.

Meanwhile Paco Alcacer, Nelson Semedo and Lucas Digne will all be hoping to start as the coach rotates his squad ahead of next weekend' s visit to face Villarreal.

But when is the draw? The reality is if they are playing a top team in Europe, they won't get the time and space, they won't get those opportunities.

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Chelsea went a goal down to Saul Niguez's 56th-minute opener but equalised on 75 minutes when Stefan Savic put Eden Hazard's cross into his own net.

Conte says Chelsea fear no-one in Europe's elite club competition, but reckons the strength in depth of the domestic league makes winning the European Cup difficult for English clubs. It's 2009 and Barcelona are visiting Chelsea again.

"We know PSG and Barcelona, they are very good". "We didn't fail. This can happen". Manchester United, who won 2-1 at home to CSKA Moscow, also advanced. "We are happy", the Belgian told BT Sport.

"They're certainly in great form at the moment, they are scoring for fun and it was a comfortable night for them", the former United captain said on ITV's highlights of the Champions League.