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Live Reporting

Gary Rose and Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

  1. Your final 16

    So we say farewell to a rather intense and relentless group stage.

    Here is your final 16:

    Seeded: Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Paris St-Germain, Real Madrid.

    Unseeded: Atalanta, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Borussia Monchengladbach, Lazio, Porto, RB Leipzig, Sevilla.

    May we point you to the Football Daily podcast for your latest Champions League dosage.

    We will be back on Thursday for the last round of Europa League matches.

    Thanks for reading and your contributions.


  2. 'They have so much possession' - Kamara

    Man City 3-0 Marseille

    Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara speaking to RMC Sport: "It's disappointing as we came here to get a result. We had good intentions but we didn't manage to take the few chances that we had. They have so much possession and they make you run so much that when you have the ball you have to try to be lucid and that's difficult."

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    SMS Message: Biggest disappointments are Inter Milan and Man Utd. Biggest achievers are Fc porto and the German team with a long name. from Mr Hartley in Leeds
    Mr Hartley in Leeds
    SMS Message: City deserve the top spot in this group but when we get into the later stages against the more streetwise teams I'm concerned we won't close out games. from Richard Parslow
    Richard Parslow
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    Borussia Monchengladbach progressed to the Champions League knockout stage for the very first time, in what is their third participation in the competition.

    They lost 2-0 to Real Madrid though.

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    Man City 3-0 Marseille

    In all the hoopla (some would say it's not hoopla) over Sergio Aguero scoring, let us not forget his understudy Ferran Torres.

    The Spaniard has now scored four goals in five Champions League games for City, twice as many as he netted for Valencia in the competition.

    And he's only 20!

  6. 'Our goal is to do better than the last three seasons in the Champions League'

    FT: Man City 3-0 Marseille

    Manchester City

    Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva speaking to BT Sport: "It was a good game we knew we have already got first spot in group and we are already qualified but it's always very good to finish the group stage with a good win, 3-0 at home. Onto the next one.

    "It's a good start for us - we know it's not enough but it's a very good start. We're into the last 16 and our goal is to do better than we did in the last three seasons and that's what we will try to do."

    On having Sergio Aguero back: "Very happy, everyone knows how important he is for us. He is one of best players to ever play for this club, he's a goalscorer and a fantastic guy to have in the dressing room as well. Good to have him back."

    On heading into the Manchester derby: "It's been a few games that we've been winning, when you win its easier to go into the next game and win again and win again. So to have these games in a row winning of course it's very nice and we just want to keep the momentum going we know we have a tough game against Manchester United at the weekend and we want to just keep winning."

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    Man City 3-0 Marseille

    This was definitely City in third gear but that was enough to wallop the French side 3-0 for the second time this season.

    It looks ominous for Manchester United, if I'm being honest.

    Who was your standout player against Marseille?

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  8. 'Aguero is a great player to be able to bring on'

    Man City 3-0 Marseille

    Chris Waddle

    Ex-Tottenham and England winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    I still think Sergio Aguero is a bit match short, fitness wise. Tonight will do him the world of good, scoring that goal a proper goalscorers goal. What a great player to be able to bring on after an hour, because you always know he will get a chance and he normally takes them.

    I wouldn't throw him in at the start, but saying that Man United usually struggle at the start but I would think he will come on for the last half hour or maybe at half-time at the earliest.

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    So what did you make of that?

    Have Manchester City convinced you enough to have them placed among the favourites for the title?

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    Inter Milan 0-0 Shakhtar Donetsk

    It's all over at the San Siro. Both sides go out.

    Borussia Monchengladbach qualify in second place behind Real Madrid, while Shakhtar drop into the Europa League.

  11. 'Marseille caught out, City are a constant threat'

    Man City 3-0 Marseille

    Chris Waddle

    Ex-Tottenham and England winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Man City just keep going and they are a constant threat - Marseille caught out. It's a great ball hit across, definitely no offside. I think Alvaro got the final touch.

    You have to be on your game to beat Man City, Marseille just not on it.


    Man City 3-0 Marseille

    It's all over.

    City finish with 16 points in Group C - the joint-most of any English side in a single group stage along with Arsenal in 2005-06, Manchester United in 2007-08 and Tottenham Hotspur in 2017-18.

  13. GOAL - Man City 3-0 Marseille

    Raheem Sterling (90 mins)

    Raheem Sterling, another sub, also gets on the scoresheet. Steve Mandanda blocks a cross but the ball comes off the unfortunate Alvaro Gonzalez and lands in the path of the England man, who thumps home from about a yard.

    They all count.

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    Real Madrid 2-0 Borussia Monchengladbach

    It's all over in Spain. Real Madrid are through.

    But who's going to join them? Inter are going all out for a winner.

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    Man City 2-0 Marseille

    Phil Foden takes it - it has the whip and dip, but not the accuracy.

    Keeper Steve Mandanda opted not to move for it - no doubt he knew it was going wide.

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    Liz Tray: Ake has been terrific, deserves to score that and should definitely start in the derby. He is a much better defender than anyone else in that position at the club. This much is obvious.

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    Man City 2-0 Marseille

    Zack Steffen will remember this day for the great save he made from... and the other superb block from...

    Ah well, it's a clean-sheet.

    At the other end, Ferran Torres wins a free-kick on the edge of the area.