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Barcelona set a new record Champions League

07 Diciembre 2017

In Group E, Liverpool produced a vibrant performance to hammer Russian side Spartak Moscow 7-0 at Anfield. And Juve! And all the others!

In fact, Coutinho bagged himself a hat-trick, with Mane scoring a brace. But, at the same time, we conceded a goal that shows we must improve.

Manchester United and Juventus qualified for the Champions League knockout stage on Tuesday, while three-time runners-up Atletico Madrid bowed out of the competition.

Certainly there is no sign of over-confidence from the foreign managers of the English teams with Mourinho saying United are not "candidates" to win the title in Kiev in May, while Guardiola believes the favourites are familiar names.

Juve join Group D winners Barcelona, who rounded off their group phase with a routine 2-0 win at home against Sporting Lisbon.

The Ukrainian champions scored first-half goals through Bernard and Ismaily. It seemed a pivotal moment in the game and manager Enrique Valverde agreed, calling it an "extraordinary stop".

Italian side Napoli took third spot after a 2-1 defeat at rock bottom Feyenoord. Nicolai Jorgensen equalised before Tonny Vilhena saw red for the Dutch side.

Manchester United have offered JUAN MATA to Inter Milan as they look to bring in Joao Mario, according to a report in the Daily Mail.

However, in Rome, Roma got the job done as they recorded a lone goal win over Qarabag.

The teenage striker became the youngest player ever to score 10 Champions League goals with a header for Paris St Germain away to Bayern Munich.

Having lost and drawn against Roma, Chelsea finished second behind the Italians due to their inferior head-to-head record.

"It's another step forward in broadcast innovation that will give BT Sport the best possible viewing experience and shows BT Sport continues its commitment to be at the heart of this", BT Sport COO Jamie Hindhaugh said in a statement.

Real Madrid progressed in second place after beating Dortmund 3-2 at the Bernabeu Stadium. Germany is down to one, from four entrants at the start of the competition.

The 2017-18 Champions League is well under way and the race to see who will finish as the tournament's top goalscorer is already heating up.

Barcelona set a new record Champions League