Club Brugge 0-5 RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig were left established at the lower part of Group A subsequent to going down 5-0 against RB Leipzig at the Jan Breydel Stadium in Brugge.
The two groups get no opportunity of advancing to the last 16, as a twofold each from Christopher Nkunku and Emil Forsberg with Andre Silva getting the other completion helped the guests to triumph.
Liverpool 2-0 FC Porto
Liverpool made it five successes from five matches in Group B through a quiet 2-0 triumph over Portuguese monsters FC Porto, who have their knockout expectations hanging by a danger.
The Reds entered halftime based on level conditions, however fixed the guests back finishing the second half Thiago Alcantara and afterward a late completion from Mohamed Salah.
Atletico Madrid 0-1 AC Milan
Seven-time Champions League victors AC Milan returned their first success on their get back to the competition following a 1-0 triumph over Atletico Madrid.
As the other challenge in Group B and with Liverpool having won the gathering as of now, Junior Messiass late champ helped the Rossoneri to the success and in dispute for second spot.
Brandishing Clube 3-1 Borussia Dortmund
A ten-man Borussia Dortmund passed up the knockout stages following a 3-1 misfortune against Sporting Clube, who best in class from Group C on the rear of this triumph.
The Black and Yellow should know settle for third spot, as a support from Pedro Goncalves and a solitary completion from Pedro Porro helped the Portuguese outfit to triumph.
Dortmund pulled an objective back in the end minutes through Donyell Malen before they had Emre Can excused to end the match with ten players.
Sheriff Tiraspol 0-3 Real Madrid
Genuine Madrid advanced to the knockout stages from Group D after a predominant 3-0 triumph over the competition debutants Sheriff Tiraspol.
Madrid likewise retaliated for the prior misfortune endured against the Moldovans at the Bernabeu and will be participated in the knockouts from Group D by Inter Milan following their success against Shakhtar Donetsk.
First half objectives from David Alaba and afterward a belter from Toni Kroos supported Los Blancos, as Karim Benzema put the what tops off an already good thing after the stretch.
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