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Madrid, Monaco, Leverkusen, Leicester, Juve in last 16

Monaco, Leverkusen, Real Madrid, Leicester and Juventus all booked round of 16 places on a night when already-qualified Dortmund beat Legia 8-4, the highest-scoring game in competition history.

Raphaël Varane (centre) celebrates his opener
Raphaël Varane (centre) celebrates his opener ©AFP/Getty Images
  • Monaco, Real Madrid, Leverkusen, Leicester and Juventus book round of 16 places
  • Already through, Dortmund beat Legia 8-4 in highest-scoring game in competition history
  • Lyon and FCK keep their hopes alive as Sevilla and Porto miss their chance
  • Matchday six fixtures in these groups are on Wednesday 7 December
  • Watch highlights of every match on UEFA.com

Qualified for round of 16: Arsenal, Atlético Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern München, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Leicester City*, Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid
Out of UEFA Champions League: Basel, CSKA Moskva, Club Brugge**, Dinamo Zagreb**, Legia Warszawa, Ludogorets Razgrad, PSV Eindhoven, Rostov, Sporting CP, Tottenham Hotspur

*Group winners
**Cannot finish third

Group E
CSKA Moskva 1-1 Bayer Leverkusen

CSKA's Bibras Natcho equalised with a penalty 14 minutes from time but they were unable to get the win they needed in the early game to stay in top-two contention. Kevin Volland had shot Leverkusen ahead but Tottenham's defeat later means the Bundesliga side are into the round of 16.

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Monaco 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur
The highlight of a goalless first half was Hugo Lloris's penalty save from Radamel Falcao. But in the opening minute of the second period Djibril Sidibé fired Monaco in front, and although Harry Kane soon equalised from the spot, Thomas Lemar replied immediately to take the French side through as group winners and end Tottenham's hopes. Spurs nonetheless lead matchday six visitors CSKA by a point in the race for third place and a UEFA Europa League round of 32 slot.

Group F
Sporting CP 1-2 Real Madrid
Holders Real Madrid are through from their group for a 20th consecutive year after Karim Benzema's late winner. Sporting, who lost João Pereira to a red card just past the hour, can now finish no higher than third.

Borussia Dortmund 8-4 Legia Warszawa
A record number of goals in a UEFA Champions League game were scored with Marco Reus returning from injury to get two for already-qualified Dortmund, who require a point in Madrid next time out to ensure first place. Legia are three points behind Sporting and must beat them in Warsaw to reach the UEFA Europa League round of 32.

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Group G
Leicester City 2-1 Club Brugge

Debutants Leicester marched into the round of 16 as group winners after Shinji Okazaki and, from the penalty spot, Riyad Mahrez put them two up at half-time. Brugge, now out of Europe without a point, at least became the only team to score past Leicester in this section so far, through José Izquierdo.

København 0-0 Porto
FCK remain within two point of Porto after they stretched their unbeaten home run to 33 matches over 15 months. Having drawn 1-1 in Portugal, FCK will finish above Porto if they win in Bruges and the Dragons fail to beat Leicester.

Group H
Sevilla 1-3 Juventus
Juve are through and sit top of the group after coming from behind to win.   Nicolás Pareja's volley gave Sevilla a ninth-minute lead but the dismissal of Franco Vázquez was followed on the stroke of half-time by a Claudio Marchisio equaliser. Juventus then made the most of their extra man through Leonardo Bonucci and Mario Mandžukić, leaving Sevilla still potentially going for a fourth straight UEFA Europa League title.

Dinamo Zagreb 0-1 Lyon
Alexandre Lacazette's 72nd-minute goal keeps Lyon's hopes alive and they can still qualify if they beat Sevilla by two goals or more next time. Dinamo are out of Europe and remain without a point or a goal in the group.