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  1. Results: Sevilla 3-3 Liverpool, Man City 1-0 Feyenoord, Dortmund 1-2 Tottenham
  2. Firmino (2) & Mane goals put Reds 3-0 up - but Sevilla mount stunning fightback
  3. Spurs come from behind through Kane & Son
  4. Spurs & Man City through as group winners
  5. Real Madrid win 6-0 at Apoel and reach last 16
  6. Watch 5 live Final Score at top of page

Live Reporting

By Shamoon Hafez and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    A fantastic night of Champions League action.

    Head here to read the reports

    More of the same on Wednesday please.

    Until then.

  2. 'A special day for the club'

    Manchester City 1-0 Feyenoord

    Manchester City

    Phil Foden

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola tells BT Sport: "It was so difficult, so complicated to find the space. Sometimes it happens.

    "The second half was much, much better. We had chances and we were able to win and we are top of the group. We are happy.

    "We respect the competition, we respect Shakhtar and we respect Napoli. We have a lot of games, we will see what team we can play in the final game. Who knows what can happen.

    "Today is a special day for all of the club, the academy have worked so hard for the last couple of years and we had Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz on in the end.

    "They feel what it means to play in front of these fans. It depends on Phil now - he knows the club, he has to be calm, work every day. He knows that we trust him."

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    Lotak: Spurs fan here. I thought we'd draw, even at 1-0 down. Very impressed with our performance. Liverpool must be the first team in history to be so bitterly disappointed with a result that sees them top their group.

  4. 'Reaction was perfect'

    Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BT Sport: "The managers have to accept criticism when we don't win because of course we are disappointed. The team stepped up and after Saturday we were ready to compete here in a difficult game against a difficult team and we are so proud.

    "It is true that the first half was even. We didn't deserve to go 1-0 down. We talked at half time and the team reacted well. The early goal by Harry helped us to believe in our quality.

    "The performance was very good. The squad is god and the reaction after Saturday was perfect."

  5. What's up with Robertson?

    Sevilla 3-3 Liverpool

    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger in Seville for Radio 5 live

    Alberto Moreno is keeping Andrew Robertson out. Something must be going on in training. He is not even getting on the bench. It is a strange one.

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    David: Liverpool Will never be a Big team as long as Klopp is The manager. Great guy, but no winner. Truth hurts Liverpool fans.

    Olorunda: The drama in Seville this night tells me that LFC would win this season's Champions League. Take note.

    Albert: Full credit to Sevilla. They never gave up.

  7. 'We could not cope'

    Sevilla 3-3 Liverpool


    Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson tells BT Sport: "I am not sure (how the collapse happened). The first half was very good, disciplined, score good goals. The second half was very bad, we did not start well at all. We gave a corner away and struggled from then on.

    "We stopped playing football and did not get the ball to the front three to cause them problems. it does not feel good.

    "We did not keep the ball and I did think the free-kick and penalty decisions were soft to let them back in the game. We need to be better.

    "The message at half-time was to keep going and they were going to give it a right go, they had nothing to lose and we could not cope with it. At least it is still in our hands to top the group."

  8. Who has qualified?

    Six are through - 10 places up for grabs...

    PSG, Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Tottenham, Besiktas, Real Madrid

  9. 'It feels really bad'

    Sevilla 3-3 Liverpool


    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, speaking to BT Sport: "We stopped playing football in the second half. We have one real weapon – playing football – and we didn’t do that in the second half before we conceded the second goal.

    "It was absolutely OK that we were confident after that first half. It’s obvious what we did – the real problem is we stopped playing football. Our main mistake was that for 15 minutes we didn’t play football, we were passive, we were a little bit too deep. They fought back and well done to them.

    "It feel like we lost but we didn’t lose. There is a game to go and it’s still in our hands but at the moment it feels really bad."

  10. Post update

    Sevilla 3-3 Liverpool

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side "did not play football anymore" allowing Sevilla to "fight back".

    The German is not angry, but looking to the positives.

    Full quotes to come.

  11. Bouncing back

    Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, speaking to BT Sport: "We knew they are not in their best form but this is Dortmund, one of the biggest clubs in Germany and they wanted to show their fans they could bounce back after defeat at the weekend. We can enjoy our final game against Apoel because it is a big achievement.

    "It was important to bounce back after the derby defeat and now it is important to refresh our minds because the next few league games will be very important."

  12. 'Unbelievable night'

    Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane, speaking to BT Sport: "It is massive, an unbelievable night for the fans and the club. Everyone was doubting us before the group even started that we would not even get through, so a fantastic night.

    "It was a big goal, we knew if we could take one chance we would be right back in it. Delighted to see the goal go in and what a finish by Son Heung-min."

    Harry Kane
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    Thomas: Someone at Liverpool has to learn how to park the bus but it was your classic game of two halves.

    Steven: Poor defending from Liverpool. How many times have we said that recently? Not even a surprise anymore.

    Stu: So a team with rubbish defending sitting 5th in their league draw 3-3 with a team with rubbish defending, 5th in thier league. Perspective.

  14. 'We can win ugly sometimes'

    Manchester City 1-0 Feyenoord

    Manchester City

    Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling: "They kept really solid, we were slow on the ball. They dug in deep and stayed in the game as long as possible.

    "It's always good to score but it's more important to win, even if it's ugly sometimes."

    Yaya Toure: "I have a lot of experience in these type of situations. It was a difficult game, they defended really well. If we score in the first half the game can change."

    Raheem Sterling of Manchester City celebrates
  15. Singing in the rain

    Man City 1-0 Feyenoord

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium


    The Manchester weather? Still raining...

    The Feyenoord fans? Still singing...

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    Tony: Klopp must be the most naive manager in Europe.

    Parky: If Jurgen Klopp does not bring in any defensive signings in January, he has to go, end of. Sick of poor defensive performances when the games is more or less already won by half time

    Chris: still top of the group with an easy home fixture left. Learn from it and move on

  17. Liverpool stopped playing

    Sevilla 3-3 Liverpool

    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger in Seville for Radio 5 live

    Jurgen Klopp must be devastated, he was seconds away from getting out of the group stage. Too many Liverpool players in that second half, they looked as if they felt the game had been won and stopped playing.

    Sevilla deserved their point, they were so far the better side in the second half. Having said that, in the first half Liverpool were light years ahead.

  18. Post update

    Full reaction to come from all those games, after Jurgen Klopp has finished throwing those teacups around.


    Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Tottenham

    Tottenham come from behind and finish top of Group H, ahead of holders Real Madrid.

    Borussia Dortmund players look dejected at full time
  20. 17 is the magic number for City

    Man City 1-0 Feyenoord

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

    City did not hit the heights but they got the job done - that is 17 wins in a row. One for every year their latest debutant Phil Foden has been on this planet. Almost a shame that Raheem Sterling (shirt number no. 7) got the winner instead of Kevin de Bruyne (no.17). Almost...

    Feyenoord, meanwhile, will feel hard done by after leaving empty-handed but they are definitely not going quietly - their fans have shouted about pretty much everything tonight and are currently showing their appreciation for their players, who understandably went over to applaud them.

    Manchester United celebrate