No group won, but qualification for the knockout stage of the Champions League for Club Brugge. Good, although 0-0 against Leverkusen means that the opponents in that next round could be of the highest caliber. Which team do you prefer? Let us know in our survey.
Guillaume Maeby, Jonas Withock, Vincent van Gensten
Second in his group, Club Brugge can only compete against group winners. It is not possible to compete against Porto, the group winner in their group. Draw will take place on Monday 7th November.
With Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Chelsea, Napoli and Tottenham there were already five potential rivals, so two more were added on Wednesday. Real Madrid easily beat Celtic 5-1 and won the set. PSG seemed to do the same as well, beating Juventus (1-2), until Benfica made it 6-1 against Maccabi in the 92nd minute. Thus the Portuguese won the set thanks to more goals from away.
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