We’ve reached the end of Champions League group play, and there were few surprises on the final day of action.
Three group winners were named on the final day of action, including in Group F, Borussia Dortmund won the group on points, but were unable to decide the difference on goals. After 180 minutes of football between the clubs, they are still deadlocked at 4-4, and many would agree they provided some of the most exciting soccer of the round.
Tottenham qualified for Europa League with a win over CSKA Moscow, keeping the number of Premier League teams playing in Europe at four.
Now we have our last 16, and the real competition can begin. The group winners will be matched against the runners-up, and those games will be played in February and March. The first legs will be February 14/15 and 21/22, and the teams will switch locations for the reverse leg on March 7/8 and 14/15.
The draw will take place on Monday, December 12, and fans can watch the draw live on UEFA.com.
Here is a list of all Champions League qualifiers:
Winner: Arsenal (14 points)
Runner-Up: Paris Saint-Germain (12 points)
EUROPA Qualifier: Ludogorets (3 points)
Winner: Napoli (11 points)
Runner-Up: Benfica (8 points)
EUROPA Qualifier: Besiktas (7 points)
Winner: Barcelona (15 points)
Runner-Up: Manchester City (9 points)
EUROPA Qualifier: Borussia Monchengladbach (5 points)
Winner: Atletico Madrid (15 points)
Runner-Up: Bayern Munich (12 points)
EUROPA Qualifier: FC Rostov (5 points)
Winner: AS Monaco (13 points)
Runner-Up: Bayer Leverkusen (6 points)
EUROPA Qualifier: Tottenham Hotspur (7 points)
Winner: Borussia Dortmund (14 points)
Runner-Up: Real Madrid (12 points)
EUROPA Qualifier: Legia Warszawa (4 points)
Winner: Leicester City (13 points)
Runner-Up: FC Porto (11 points)
EUROPA Qualifier: FC Copenhagen (9 points)
Winner: Juventus (14 points)
Runner-Up: Sevilla (11 points)
EUROPA Qualifier: Olympique Lyonnais (8 points)