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Summary

  1. Watch 5 live Final Score using play button
  2. Fellaini's 91st-minute strike gives Man Utd win and secures last-16 spot
  3. Man City twice come from behind at Lyon to book their place in knockout round
  4. Juve, Ajax, Roma & Real Madrid all gone through

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By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    And to answer the question from my opening entry, yes they will be dancing on the streets of Manchester tonight.

    Head here to read all the match reports

    We are back on Wednesday for more thrills in the Champions League.

    Until then.

  2. 'Showed great character'

    Lyon 2-2 Man City

    Manchester City

    Man City manager Pep Guardiola tells BT Sport: "We are so delighted and so happy. It is a big compliment for the team, played one of toughest teams I've ever faced.

    "We reacted after 1-0 and 2-1 and we are in the finals. Now try to get point to finish top. but were so happy to go through.

    "We showed great personality to react. We were so strong in that situation."

  3. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Varun: Mourinho and Fellaini are United Legends. No doubt about it. None whatsoever. Grow up United Fans.

    Elvis: Fellaini used a hand there. Hand of God?

    David: Man City the best team the world has ever seen scrape though while United thrash some young boy's 1:0 with a goal in Fergie time love it

  4. Mourinho points to perfect group stage record

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho tells BT Sport: "It is a very difficult group and to qualify with a game to spare is good. The performance had a lot of good things and a lot of disappointing things too.

    "We lost too many chances, crucial ones in crucial moments. This is the kind of game if you score in the first minute you normally go for a different performance. You could pay with a draw and with a defeat too. David de Gea only had one save but it looks a phenomenal save, a save that best goalkeeper in the world does and gives his team the possibility to win the match.

    "We had more than one chance, we had a lot of half chances. It is not about blaming one player who missed a chance at the beginning of the game.

    "Goals win games. I am happy with Marcus Rashford's intensity, the way we started and the intention we showed but then it is not easy to cope with the frustration and result that does not suit us.

    "The most important thing is to qualify and for some of my lovers, and those that like stats, I am 14 seasons in the Champions League and 14 times my teams have qualified through to the group stages. The season I was not in the Champions League, I won the Europa League."

  5. 'We qualified, we did it'

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Gary Flintoff

    BBC Radio 5 live reporter at Old Trafford

    Jose Mourinho has been speaking in his post-match press conference.

    “Relief. We didn’t play to be in trouble until the last minute. I was frustrated we couldn’t score. My players were very tired at the end. That’s what I want. Without David de Gea’s save, no winning goal. We qualified. We did it.

    “He is the best goalkeeper in the world. If our ambitions are to have the best in the world, we have to keep him.

    "Realistically to be in the last 16 is an achievement, not a big one or a fantastic one, but an achievement. There are better teams than us. Teams with more quality and realistic ambitions. When a team arrives in the quarter-finals, anything can happen.”

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    SMS Message: Pathetic behaviour from Mourinho yet again. I can't think of a manager who I'd rather play under less, no wonder this united team are massive underachievers. from Tom, London
    Tom, London
  7. Thankful for De Gea

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Manchester United

    Manchester United defender Phil Jones tells BT Sport: "It was tough we did well in the first half and could have been 3-0, 4-0 up. We are thankful to David de Gea for pulling off a wonderful save. it was not pretty but we got it done.

    "I am happy to play, it is frustrating when you are not, but I am ready and can prove I am good enough."

  8. Beware of flying bottles

    Gary Flintoff

    BBC Radio 5 live reporter at Old Trafford

    Press

    I am waiting in the press room for the Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. I am just wondering if someone needs to move those bottles of energy drink off the front of the desk, just in case.

  9. 'It was not handball'

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Manchester United

    Manchester United goalscorer Marouane Fellaini on BT Sport: "It was the right moment to score a goal. The spirit was good. We played positive and that was most important.

    "For me it was not handball, I controlled the ball, if it touched my hand it was not on purpose.

    "It's good for confidence to qualify. Next is Southampton and we have to be ready."

  10. Post update

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Looking at the replay of Marouane Fellaini's winner, the ball did hit is hand but I don't think it was deliberate.

  11. 'We're through'

    Lyon 2-2 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City defender Kyle Walker, speaking to BT Sport: "They gave us a good game at the Etihad so we knew it would be a tough game. They have good players in good areas and quick players but we got a good draw.

    "That shows the character and belief in the dressing room. Important players come good at the right time.

    "Lyon are technically good and quick and strong, that's why they hurt us at the Etihad and that's why we had point to prove."

    On Aymeric Laporte: "He's done well. We practise set plays and he is a key figure in them. He pops up in the right places, which shows he is listening to the coaches and is working hard."

    On Champions League: "There are still things we have to work on, it is completely different to Premier League. Still things we need to switch on to. But we're through and hopefully we can get a good draw."

  12. RIP drinks crate

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    A Marouane Fellaini goal in injury time makes you do allsorts...

    Jose Mourinho
    Jose
    Jose Mouinho
  13. Elsewhere in Europe

    Hoffenheim 2-3 Shakhtar Donetsk

    What a finish. Taison has won this for Shakhtar in the third minute of added on time.

    A knockout blow for Hoffenheim.

  14. Post update

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Jose Mourinho ruffles his own hair in a 'phew that was close' manner, before striding towards the tunnel.

    He applauds those in the Stretford End before disappearing into the changing rooms.

  15. Pick those bottles up

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Jose Mourinho's reaction to that Marouane Fellaini goal was priceless.

    He turned round, saw the water bottles behind him, pick the entire holder up and threw it into the ground. He once got a touchline ban for kicking a bottle, not sure if there is a punishment for that.

    That is how much this victory meant.

    United are into the last 16 with a game to spare.

  16. FULL-TIME

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    It was difficult to watch for large parts for United supporters, but Jose Mourinho's go-to man Marouane Fellaini comes up trumps late doors to send the Red Devils through to the knockout stage.

    Jose Mourinho and Marouane Fellaini
  17. 'It is the goal they needed'

    Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Premier League striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    It hasn't been pretty but it is the goal they needed, and it will send them through to the knockout stages.

  18. GOAL - Man Utd 1-0 Young Boys

    Marouane Fellaini (90+1 mins)

    And they've done it.

    The long punt forward pays dividends for United.

    Luke Shaw smashes the ball towards the box, Romelu Lukaku flicks it on for Marouane Fellaini in the box.

    The Belgian has plenty to do with Loris Benito on his back, but turns and rolls a finish into the bottom corner.

    Jose Mourinho is delighted, smashing the drinks crate in the dugout.

    Marouane Fellaini
    Marouane Fellaini
  19. INJURY TIME

    Man Utd 0-0 Young Boys

    THREE minutes added on at Old Trafford.