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Summary

  1. FT: Leicester 2-1 Club Brugge
  2. Foxes finish top of their group
  3. FT: Monaco 2-1 Tottenham
  4. Spurs cannot qualify for next round
  5. Dortmund 8-4 Legia Warsaw - CL record

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By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Champions League

    Football, eh?

    Leicester reach the Champions League last 16 as group winners. Tottenham crash out at the first hurdle. TWELVE goals are shared by Borussia Dortmund and Legia Warsaw. Yeah, in 90 minutes.

    More drama than tonight's episode of Ordinary Lies. Let's see if Manchester City, Arsenal and co can provide more tomorrow. See you then!

  2. We don't deserve to go through - Poch

    Monaco 2-1 Tottenham

    Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino , speaking to BT Sport: "We are out and we have time to assess and analyse. It is true we feel disappointed but today we missed opportunities. 

    "I think we made too many mistakes at home at Wembley. We don't deserve to go through to the next round because we didn't show enough quality.

    "We will take many things from this defeat, you learn and improve every day. Now we are trying to reduce the gap on the teams above us in the Premier League."

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    Spurs fans, is it too raw for me to suggest an early Champions League exit could be beneficial? You know, focus on the league and all that. A home defeat against CSKA Moscow in the final game would avoid Europa League football too...

  4. We must focus on PL now - Ranieri

    Leicester 2-1 Club Brugge

    Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri: "Unbelievable. Top of the group - how? I am very happy and very proud. I'm happy for the players, the chairman, the fans, everyone.

    "Now our mind must go on the Premier League. I want to push my players to think about the Premier League. Now we are top of the group our job is done.

    "We are very close to relegation so we have to play at same level as in the Champions League. When we want to play for something we achieve something."

  5. 'I'd like to see Leicester get one of the big boys'

    Leicester 2-1 Club Brugge

    Phil Neville

    Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5live

    I'd like to see Leicester to get a real top European side in the last 16 - one of the big boys.

    They won't win the competition so I would like to see them rewarded by getting someone really special down to Leicester.

  6. Claudio not bothered about last-16 opponents

    Leicester 2-1 Club Brugge

    So Leicester finishing as group winners means they will face one of the runners-up in the last 16.

    But that could mean the Foxes might have to play Bayern Munich or Real Madrid. All will revealed in the coming weeks.

    So who does Claudio Ranieri fancy in the knockout phase?

    "It is not important to us," he laughs. "It is important for us to play and have fun with our fans."

  7. Who's already through?

  8. 'Alli looked 60% fit'

    Monaco 2-1 Tottenham

    Phil Neville

    Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5 live

    Dele Alli looked about 60% fit, at best. 

    I watched him in the warm-up and he had big strapping on his knee up to his thigh. I thought 'he can't be fit to play with that'.

    His movement was slow and pedestrian. He had no mobility.

    He is one of the brightest midfielders in this country, but he's just not fit.

  9. Tottenham out of the Champions League

    Monaco 2-1 Tottenham

  10. 'We're on a another journey!'

    Leicester 2-1 Club Brugge

    Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "We're on another journey. I don't know where, but we're excited!

    "We started well, we pressed, scored twice and kept possession. But after they scored we lost our way a little.

    "Maybe we have been more concentrated in the Champions League. Now the group is won, important to come back in the Premier League."   

  11. Leicester win group to reach last 16

    Leicester 2-1 Club Brugge

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    Aharon Victor Gillie: So Leicester get one up on Tottenham again! What an achievement by Ranieri and the team.

  13. 'Spurs making naive decisions'

    Monaco 2-1 Tottenham

    Phil Neville

    Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5live

    What I've seen from the whole of the Tottenham team is that they've made naive decisions in the Champions League. That's what you do in Europe.

    When we broke into the Manchester United team and played in Europe it took us two or three seasons to stop making mistakes. 

    You stop making mistakes because you get punished. We got punished severely in the first few seasons. This Tottenham team is being punished. 

    Positions you take in the Premier League don't get punished. Here they do.

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    Leicester 2-1 Club Brugge

  15. 'Conceding so quickly was schoolboy'

    Monaco 2-1 Tottenham

    Spurs striker Harry Kane on BT Sport: "It is disappointing.

    "We got ourselves back in the game at 1-1 and it was schoolboy to concede straight after that.

    "We had to try to grind out a win because we were not great tonight - the second goal took the stuffing out of us. I just don’t think on the day we were good enough.

    "I'm gutted – we wanted to go far but it is something we will have to deal with.

    "Losing two of our home games in this competition – yes, we played at Wembley this year but it has to be a fortress at home.

    "We will look back and say it was the home games were we should’ve been better."

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    Andy King congratulates team mates

    It's a funny old game as Greavesie used to say. Leicester struggle in the bread and butter of the Premier League, wolfing down the Champions League caviar. Vice versa for Tottenham.

    Spurs, unquestionably, faced a tougher group. But they froze on the big stage, making basic mistakes and guilty of being naive.

  17. Elsewhere around Europe

    Borussia Dortmund were already assured of a last-16 place, but came a few minutes from clinching top spot in Group F.

    They were on course with that scarcely-believable win against Legia Warsaw, only for Real Madrid's late winner at Sporting Lisbon to deny them.

    That means it is a winner-takes-all scenario when Dortmund and Real meet in their final group game.

    Elsewhere, Juventus won 3-1 at Sevilla to advance. The Spanish side must earn a point in their final game to join them.

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    Leicester 2-1 Club Brugge

    Leicester skipper Wes Morgan, speaking to BT Sport: "It is a fantastic feeling to reach the last 16. It is more than we could ever imagine. For Leicester to be newcomers and finish group winners it is an amazing achievement. A great result and a great performance."

    Goalscorer Riyad Mahrez: "We wanted to finish first in the group. It wasn't easy today but we did it and happy to be first."