Champions League: The teams that have already qualified for Round of 16

Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus in action with Shakhtar Donetsk's Andriy Pyatov

Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus in action with Shakhtar Donetsk's Andriy Pyatov

Paris Saint-Germain now sit top of Group A and have already qualified for the knockout stages, as they sit five points clear of their next opponents Real Madrid.

Which teams have officially qualified for Champions League Round of 16?

Group C Who can qualify as runners-up from Group C?

Benzema put Real Madrid ahead 1-0 in the 17th minute and completed the brace in the 79th and it seemed as if even the brilliant performance in the PSG goal by former Blanco Keylor Navas could not spare the visitors a defeat.

Two minutes later, Real Madrid academy product Pablo Sarabia scored for the Parisians to make it 2-2.

Ajax will enhance their chances with a win against Lille. Besides dropping 2 points, the Blancos saw Eden Hazard leave the pitch injured.

Bayern earned their fifth straight win in Europe, having already qualified for the last 16 in the previous round of matches.

In a statement Liverpool revealed that he will be out of action until the New Year at the earliest. But Dele Alli answered just before the break and Harry Kane took a second half double on each side of Serge Aurier's powerful strike.

Crvena Zvezda 0-6 Bayern Munich Robert Lewandowski made Champions League history with four goals in 15 minutes as managerless Bayern Munich romped to a 6-0 win at Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday. At the same time, Lewandowski scored four goals against Real Madrid in the 2012-13 semi-final, playing for Borussia Dortmund.

The Blues had won their last six league games before the Manchester City match which ended in a 2-1 defeat at the Etihad Stadium. On a subdued occasion, Ilkay Gundogan got a 56th-minute opener, but Manor Solomon levelled for the Ukrainians.

Brugge on three points, one ahead of Galatasaray, play Real at home in their last group match in the hope of making it to the Europa League.

Atalanta topped Dynamo 2-2 in Tuesday's other Group C contest.

The Italians are still in contention to qualify after beating Dinamo Zagreb 2-0 thanks to Luis Muriel's penalty and a cracking Alejandro "Papu" Gomez goal. The best goal was scored by Paulo Dybala, whose whipped free kick from near the byline kissed the crossbar before it crashed into the net to seal Juventus' 1-0 win against Atletico Madrid.

Dybala ensured Juventus will finish top of Group D by scoring a free kick on the stroke of halftime from a near-impossible angle, about two meters in from the byline.

Bayer Leverkusen stand only one point behind Atletico after marking their 100th Champions League match with a 2-0 win Lokomotiv Moscow.

Manchester City had to come from behind to beat Chelsea whom they leapfrog into third position as a result of the win, while the Blues drop from third to fourth spot at the end of the game.

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