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  1. Sanchez fires into bottom corner to earn Arsenal a draw
  2. Veratti and Giroud both sent off
  3. Barcelona thrash Celtic 7-0 in the other CL game
  4. Messi scores hat-trick & Suarez nets two
  5. Man City v Borussia on Wednesday at 19:45 BST
  6. Tuesday's game at Etihad postponed because of adverse weather

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By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night all

    We still haven't heard from Arsene Wenger in Paris, but while we wait we are shutting this page down.

    Keep an eye out for his reaction on our football pages.

    Until tomorrow...

  2. Championship reports

    Newcastle have smashed QPR 6-0 tonight. An absolute battering.

    Huddersfield still lead the Championship but only by a point now.

    You can read all the reports and reaction here. 

  3. Tickets still valid

    Man City P-P Borussia Monchengladbach

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at the Etihad

    Borussia wanted a 18:00 kick-off but City didn't have the stewards available at that time to facilitate the request.

    They have offered Borussia the chance to stay at the City Football Academy this evening but are not sure whether they will make their own arrangements.

    Fans will be able to use their tickets for tonight's game to get into the stadium tomorrow.

  4. Post update

    So add City to your schedule for tomorrow night boys and girls.

    Leicester's debut in the competition, Spurs at Wembley and now a re-arranged game too. 

  5. BreakingCONFIRMED

    Man City P-P Borussia Monchengladbach

  6. Sutton's perspective

    Barcelona 7-0 Celtic

  7. Game on - Wednesday

    Man City P-P Borussia Monchengladbach

    That's 19:45 BST.

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  9. Championship round-up

    Brighton's Anthony Knockaert
    Image caption: Brighton's Anthony Knockaert scored the winner against Huddersfield

    Newcastle and Barnsley have closed the gap on leaders Huddersfield to one point. The Terriers suffered their first league loss of the season with a 1-0 defeat at Brighton.

    The Magpies had 29 efforts on goal in their 6-0 thumping of QPR at Loftus Road. That was the Hoops' biggest ever home league defeat.

    The Tykes also recorded an impressive away win as they netted four times in the closing stages of their 4-0 win at Wolves.

    Norwich are up to fourth with a 2-1 win over Wigan.   

    Kyle Bartley's 86th minute effort gave Leeds a 2-1 win over basement side Blackburn.

    Sheffield Wednesday's Sam Hutchinson and Bristol City's Gary O'Neil were sent in a match which was decided by Kieran Lee's injury-time strike for the Owls to give them a 3-2 win.

    Fulham remain in sixth as they drew 2-2 against Burton and Preston recorded a 3-0 win against Welsh side Cardiff.

  10. Still waiting

    Man City P-P Borussia Monchengladbach

    We are still to hear when the Manchester City game will be played. We expect the news to be that the match will be held on Wednesday evening. 

  11. Mindless but first choice

    PSG 1-1 Arsenal

    Henry Winter, chief football reporter at The Times, on BBC Radio 5 live: "For a £55m striker, what do you get thesedays? Cavani had four good chances. With Zlatan having left he has to seize the chance he has.

    "When he scored you thought this would be a very difficult night for Arsenal but they stuck at it. Maybe it was overshadowed as Giroud got himself off stupidly. It's totally mindless. I still think he is their first choice when fully fit. Wenger claims he is easing him back in but Giroud gives them something the others doesn't. He's not a top of the range striker but neither is Cavani on this evidence."

    Edinson Cavani
  12. 'It was a good game'

    PSG 1-1 Arsenal

    Laurent Koscielmy

    Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny: "I think it's a good point but we came here with our ambition and we wanted to have the three points, but when we start like this it's difficult to play.

    "Maybe in the final third we didn't find the good ball to score, but we came back. During the game against Southampton in the Premier League we slept and we need to change this in the future. We need to be strong from the first minute to the end. 

    "During the game we were pretty well but if you start like this it's difficult. Sanchez played well. We found him between the lines. Both teams tried to play nice football tonight. It was a good game."

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  14. Celtic among the hammered

    Barcelona 7-0 Celtic (SEVEN)

    Celtic players look sad
  15. 'The scoreline is bitterly disappointing'

    Barcelona 7-0 Celtic (SEVEN)

    Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers: "We put a huge effort into the weekend and got a fantastic victory [against Rangers] and it was always going to be tough to play the best team in the world. In the first half we had a critical moment in the game with the penalty and if you score that it makes it a bit nervy here, after they lost at the weekend.

    "But second half we ran out of legs, the game at the weekend added to their immense quality made it very difficult. The scoreline at the end is bitterly disappointing. There are lots of things to learn for our players."

    Brendan Rodgers
  16. Elsewhere in Europe...

    Besiktas score

    A cracking point for Besiktas in Portugal as Anderson Talisca (above) bends a stunner of a free-kick over the wall and into the Benfica net in the 94th minute, 1-1.

    Juan Bernat rounded off a comfortable 5-0 Bayern Munich win over Rostov by sweeping in from a Franck Ribery pass.

    Arkadiusz Milik is filling the boots of Gonzalo Higuain nicely as his first-half double turned the tide for Napoli to beat Dynamo Kyiv 2-1 away.

    Atletico Madrid did what Diego Simeone sides do. They scored, they dug in and they won 1-0. PSV will rue that first-half penalty miss.

  17. 'Next time we won't make the same mistakes'

    Barcelona 7-0 Celtic (SEVEN)

    Celtic striker Moussa Dembele: "It was a disappointing night to lose against the best team in the world. But we let them play too much. Next time we won't make the same mistakes.

    "You can learn a lot playing against the best in the world. Sometimes you score, sometimes you miss penalties."

    Moussa Dembele
  18. Post update

    Barcelona 7-0 Celtic (SEVEN)

    I don't really know how critical you can be of Celtic tonight. A totally different level. 

    Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez celebrate
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    SMS Message: I know Barca are a fantastic team but there's no excuses for downright rubbish defending. I could find chaps in a park who would get closer to their men than this Celtic rabble. from Tony Cocozza, London.
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  20. Cavani's gift...

    PSG 1-1 Arsenal

    Chris Waddle

    Former England winger in Paris for 5 live Sport

    Cavani should have had four. At this level of football you expect him to put some of them in. But no matter how bad you play, you will always get a chance. Sanchez buried it. Fair play to Arsenal, they stuck at it.

    Edinson Cavani