Manchester United beat CSKA

No surprises in the first set of finales in the Champions League group stage, as Bayern Munich beat Paris Saint-Germain in something of a revenge match, joined by Chelsea, Roma, Barcelona, Juventus, Basel and Manchester United en route to the round of 16.

Group A

Benfica 0  Basel 2: Goals from Mohamed Elyounoussi and Dimitri Oberlin mean Basel are in the round of 16 through 2nd place, while Benfica finish the group stage with 0 points and just one goal to their name.

Manchester United 2  CSKA Moscow 1: A less than impressive performance from United, but a quick brace from Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford cancelled out Alan Dzagoev’s goal at the end of the first half.

1England Manchester United6501123+915 
2Switzerland Basel6402115+612
3Russia CSKA Moscow6303810−29 
4Portugal Benfica6006114−130

Group B

Bayern Munich 3 PSG 1: An impressive performance from Bayern Munich shows just how bad they were under Carlo Ancelotti. Robert Lewandowski and a brace by Tolisso avenged their loss in Paris earlier this season, while Kylian Mbappe pegged one back for Saint-Germain.

Celtic 0  Anderlecht 1: An own goal in the 8th minute gave Anderlecht the win in Glasgow, but due to the head to head between the two sides, Celtic will still advance to the Europa League, while Anderlecht are done in European competition this season.

1France Paris Saint-Germain 6501254+2115 
2Germany Bayern Munich 6501136+715
3Scotland Celtic 6105518−133 
4Belgium Anderlecht 6105217−153

Group C

Chelsea 1  Atletico Madrid 1: Saul Niguez gave Atletico the lead in the second half, but an own goal by Savic meant a draw for Antonio Conte’s men, who drop to second place.

Roma 1  Qarabag 0: Roma complete an impressive group stage, with Diego Perotti scoring the sole goal in the 53rd minute.

1Italy Roma632196+311 
2England Chelsea 6321168+811
3Spain Atlético Madrid 614154+17 
4Azerbaijan Qarabağ 6024214−122

Group D

Barcelona 2  Sporting CP 0: No surprises as Barcelona complete an undefeated group stage, with Paco Alcacer scoring the first and Jeremy Mathieu adding an own goal against his former club. 

Olympiacos 0  Juventus 2: No trouble whatsoever for Juventus, enjoying an early goal by Juan Cuadrado and a late one by Federico Bernardeschi to join Barcelona in the round of 16 through the second place in the group.

1Spain Barcelona 642081+714 
2Italy Juventus 632165+111
3Portugal Sporting CP 521287+17 
4Greece Olympiacos 5014411−71
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