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Roma beat Chelsea to top spot — Champions League

Roma beat Chelsea to top spot — Champions League

"It's not a problem who we get, we are Chelsea". The other non-English clubs that went through in second place are Basel, Sevilla, Shakhtar Donetsk and Porto.

The Blues signed six players in the summer transfer window last term.

At Old Trafford, Nigerian striker Aaron Samuel was an unused substitute as CSKA Moscow lost 2-1 to Manchester United.

If a move away wasn't guaranteed already, it most certainly is, and could even occur next month.

Have four clubs from one country made the quarter-finals before?

Borja Mayoral, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lucas Vasquez were on target for the European champions, while a brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was not enough to earn BVB anything from their trip to the Spanish capital.

Special mentions: There's been unusually little fanfare around them this season, but Barcelona have also been brilliant.

The Champions League Round of 16 draw which takes place on Monday. Perhaps Jupp Heynckes is leading Bayern into genuine contention once more.

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". "When you play this way and create so much you must be satisfied", Conte said.

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"I wouldn't say it was a failure, because we knew this could happen". His sumptuous right-footed curler, right into the top corner, gave Shakhtar a lead they never relinquished.

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

Barcelona topped Group D after a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Sporting Lisbon with Paco Alcacer's 59th-minute header and a stoppage-time own goal from Jeremy Mathieu seeing them through. It was a painful moment for Atletico who finished as UCL runners-up in 2014 and 2016.