Champions League: Who Can Qualify or Be Eliminated This Week?

Erling Haaland has become the first teenager in Champions League history to score in five consecutive appearances in the competition

Erling Haaland has become the first teenager in Champions League history to score in five consecutive appearances in the competition

Jose Mourinho is showing his old magic touch in his early days at Tottenham.

Manchester City qualified for the knockout phase for a seventh consecutive season but disappointed in a 1-1 draw with Shakhtar Donetsk.

The London Derby between Chelsea and West Ham United is one of the week 14 games tomorrow. Bigger tests will come for Mourinho and Spurs, in both competitions, but they couldn't ask for much more than a pair of wins and qualification for the Champions League knockouts in his first week in charge. Elsewhere in the group, newcomers Atalanta could be making a swift exit if they are unable to beat Dinamo, or, if Shakhtar conquer City.

Real Madrid 2-2 Paris Saint-Germain Kylian Mbappe instigated a dramatic Champions League comeback on Tuesday as Paris Saint-Germain scored twice in two minutes to rescue a draw against Real Madrid and secure first place in Group A.

Crvena Zvezda 0-6 Bayern Munich Robert Lewandowski made Champions League history with four goals in 15 minutes as managerless Bayern Munich romped to a 6-0 win at Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday.

Juventus took definitive possession of the top spot in Group D with a 1-0 victory Tuesday over Atletico Madrid. But he got off to the worst possible start in his first match in what he has described as the "best stadium in the world". Then came the Spurs fightback, with Dele Alli and Harry Kane scoring either side of halftime before Serge Aurier and Kane again added late goals.




Frank Lampard's side suffered a surprise 0-1 defeat to the Spanish side on Match Day 1 but recovered to win their next two away games against Lille and Ajax to steady their UEFA Champions League ship. Del Piero managed it in 26 games for Juventus.

Bayern earned their fifth straight win in Europe, having already qualified for the last 16 in the previous round of matches.

The game ended 1-1 at the Mestalla as Chelsea will have to wait for qualification for the last 16 as a result. Gareth Bale hit the post with a free kick in injury time for Madrid. The Sky Blues have found the net 11 times in four games, while they have only conceded two.

The Brugge midfielder was promptly shown a second yellow card for taking his shirt off and teammate Clinton Mata was also dismissed after a second booking for breaking a corner flag while celebrating the goal.

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Ilkay Gundogan put the hosts ahead 1-0 in the 56th minute, but Manor Solomon equalised for the visitors 13 minutes later.

Atalanta remain bottom of the group but can still go through if they win their final game, provided Dinamo do not beat City. Paulo Dybala scored the goal on a free kick. The shot was so powerful that goalkeeper Jan Oblak didn't have enough time to raise his arms before the ball flew past him.

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