Real Madrid CF’s Álvaro Arbeloa told UEFA.com that his side are “developing” and “hungry” after their victory against Galatasaray AȘ ensured that they would finish Group B as winners, while Felipe Melo still has belief that his team can join them in the next stage.
Rooney delight at United display
Manchester United FC’s Wayne Rooney said that his side’s 5-0 win at Bayer 04 Leverkusen was “as good an away performance as you can get”, while the Bundesliga club’s Stefan Reinartz admitted United had “played excellently”.
Vidal's hat-trick 'dream'
Juventus' Arturo Vidal told UEFA.com that it was "a dream to score three goals" as his hat-trick helped the Italian club to a 3-1 win that moved them into second in Group B, while FC København's Thomas Kristensen said his side weren’t "clinical" enough as they bowed out of the competition.
Ibrahimović: 'Spirit' key to Paris win
Paris Saint-Germain's Zlatan Ibrahimović told UEFA.com that his side showed a "big spirit" as they overcame Olympiacos FC 2-1 to claim top spot in Group C, while the Greek club's Vladimír Weiss was still happy that his team have their destiny in their "own hands".
Kaká: Milan win was 'fundamental'
AC Milan's Kaká underlined the importance of his team's victory against Celtic FC to UEFA.com, a victory that puts qualification in their "own hands" while Celtic's Charlie Mulgrew was left to reflect on a "disappointing" campaign as the Scottish side bowed out.
Basel 'proud' after Chelsea double
FC Basel 1893's Fabian Schär told UEFA.com that his team was "proud and happy" after they defeated Chelsea FC for the second time in the group stage, a result that left the English side's Gary Cahill "disappointed" despite their qualification for the last-16.
Dortmund hail 'important' win
Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus and captain Sebastian Kehl told UEFA.com of their delight that their UEFA Champions League fate was now "in their hands" following their victory against SSC Napoli.
Wilshere targets Arsenal top spot
After scoring both goals in Arsenal FC's victory against Olympique de Marseille, Jack Wilshere said the team were now "confident" of winning against SSC Napoli to finish top of Group F. Meanwhile, Marseille's Mario Lemina admitted his side had faced "the best team in the group".