No Surprises in Euro Champs League

No big surprises in the finales in the European Champions League group stage. Manchester United, Arsenal, Barcelona, and Roma punched their tickets for the final 16, and there’s arguably not a single surprise team left in the field. The tourney resumes in February with knockout rounds. Full results below.

So, here's the Final 16:
Top seeds: Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Valencia, Lyon, Manchester United, Arsenal, AC Milan
Second seeds: Lille, Inter Milan, Barcelona, PSV Eindhoven, Roma, Real Madrid, Celtic Glasgow, FC Porto

Champions League, Game Day 6
Home teams listed first

Tuesday, Dec. 5:
Group A:
Chelsea 2, Levski Sofia 0
Barcelona 2, Werder Bremen 0

Group B:
Sporting Lisbon 1, Spartak Moscow 3
Bayern Munich 1, Inter Milan 1

Group C:
PSV Eindhoven 1, Bordeaux 3
Galatasaray 3, Liverpool 2

Group D:
Roma 1, Valencia 0
Olympiakos 1, Shakhtar Donetsk 1

Wednesday, Dec. 6:
Group E:
Dynamo Kiev 2, Real Madrid 2
Lyon 1, Steaua Bucharest 1

Group F:
FC Kobenhavn 3, Celtic Glasgow 1
Manchester Utd. 3, Benfica 1

Group G:
Porto 0, Arsenal 0
Hamburg 3, CSKA Moscow 2

Group H:
Anderlecht 2, AEK Athens 2
AC Milan 0, Lille 2

And the Final Standings:
Top two teams advance to knockout round.
Third-place teams drop down to UEFA Cup.
Fourth-place teams eliminated from European play.

Group A
Chelsea 13
Barcelona 11
Werder Bremen 10
Levski Sofia 0

Group B
Bayern Munich 12
Inter Milan 10
Spartak Moscow 5
Sporting Lisbon 5

Group C
Liverpool 13
PSV Eindhoven 10
Bordeaux 7
Galatasaray 4

Group D
Valencia 13
Roma 10
Shakhtar Donetsk 6
Olympiakos 3

Group E
Lyon 14
Real Madrid 11
Steaua Bucharest 5
Dynamo Kiev 2

Group F
Manchester United 12
Celtic Glasgow 9
Benfica 7
FC Copenhagen 7

Group G
Arsenal 11
FC Porto 11
CSKA Moscow 8
Hamburg 3

Group H
AC Milan 10
Lille 9
AEK Athens 8
Anderlecht 4

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