PSG? Barca? Hazard not afraid of any Champions League opponent for Chelsea

PSG? Barca? Hazard not afraid of any Champions League opponent for Chelsea

Chelsea drew 1-1 with Spanish side Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge.

Celtic suffered a 1-0 home defeat against Belgian side Anderlecht on Tuesday night.

However, in Rome, Roma got the job done as they recorded a lone goal win over Qarabag.

Christensen should have equalised from a Cesc Fabregas cross 10 minutes later, but the Chelsea defender somehow headed wide of the open goal.

Sporting Lisbon and CSKA Moscow both went into the final round of matches with a slim hope of making it into the next stage of the Champions League but fell after defeats the Barcelona and Manchester United respectively.

It was a painful moment for Atletico and, after finishing as Champions League runners-up in 2014 and 2016, they are now consigned to the Europa League. Diego Simeone's team will drop down into the Europa League knockout stages.

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With the three points from their final game, Roma overtook Chelsea at the top of the standings as they increased their points tally to 11, same as the Blues.

Juve join Group D winners Barcelona, who rounded off their group phase with a routine 2-0 win at home against Sporting Lisbon. Juventus also beat Olympiakos 2-0 to secure second spot to continue to round 16. Besiktas are unbeaten in the UEFA Champions League and even defeated RB Leipzig in Germany with their B team on Wednesday night.

The Reds are due to face Spartak Moscow at Anfield Road tonight and a win will allow Jorgen Klopp's side to qualify as group winners.

Elsewhere Manchester City have already won Group F. However, Napoli and Shakhtar Donetsk are still fighting it out for the other place in the knockout stages of the competition. However, they will be restricted from being drawn against clubs from their own Football association, as well as the team who finished second in their group.

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