Barcelona and Manchester City qualified for the round of 16 on a night when Atlético Madrid secured top spot and Beşiktaş pulled off their very own 'miracle of Istanbul'.
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- Barcelona and Manchester City secure places in the round of 16
- Beşiktaş come from three down to claim a point against Benfica
- Atlético capitalise on a surprise defeat for Bayern to win Group D
- Matchday six fixtures in these groups take place on Tuesday 6 December
- Watch highlights of every game
Qualified for round of 16 (12): Atlético Madrid*, Barcelona*, Leicester City*, Monaco*, Arsenal, Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern München, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid
Still in contention (7): Sevilla, Lyon, Porto, København, Benfica, Napoli, Beşiktaş
Eliminated from UEFA Champions League (13): Celtic**, Club Brugge**, Dinamo Zagreb**, Dynamo Kyiv**, Basel, Borussia Mönchengladbach, CSKA Moskva, Legia Warszawa, Ludogorets Razgrad, PSV Eindhoven, Rostov, Sporting CP, Tottenham Hotspur
Qualified for UEFA Europa League round of 32: Borussia Mönchengladbach
**Cannot finish third
Arsenal 2-2 Paris Saint-Germain
Both teams scored own goals in the second half, the ensuing draw meaning they stay level on points at the summit, with Paris top on away goals in the head-to-head reckoning.
Ludogorets Razgrad 0-0 Basel
Both sides' hunt for a first victory in the section continues as they remain level on one point and third place remains up for grabs with Ludogorets having the head to head advantage.
Beşiktaş 3-3 Benfica
Beşiktaş revived memories of the 2005 final, conjuring up their very own 'miracle of Istanbul' by claiming a point despite being 3-0 down with just over half an hour to play. The Turkish club will reach the round of 16 if they beat Dynamo Kyiv on matchday six. Benfica would have qualified with a win.
Napoli 0-0 Dynamo Kyiv
Napoli spurned the chance to go to the head of standings but will qualify with a draw in Napoli next time. Dynamo are now consigned to fourth spot.
Borussia Mönchengladbach 1-1 Manchester City
City got the point they needed to qualify and Gladbach are into the UEFA Eurpopa League round of 32 as Raffael and David Silva exchanged first-half goals, with both teams then going down to ten men after the break, Lars Stindl and Fernandinho shown red cards.
Celtic 0-2 Barcelona
Lionel Messi, who hit a hat-trick when the Azulgrana beat Celtic 7-0 in September, added his 91st and 92nd UEFA Champions League goals to send Barça through as group winners.
Rostov 3-2 Bayern München
Rostov posted their maiden group stage victory at the expense of already-qualified Bayern, who had taken the lead on 35 minutes. Rostov had lost 5-0 in Munich on matchday one – their debut in the competition proper – and will finish third with a draw at PSV.