The ten records smashed in the Champions League group stage

Corentin Tolisso struck twice as Bayern Munich beat Paris St Germain 3-1 and briefly threatened to usurp the Ligue 1 side at the top of Group B.

The Swiss outfit got off to the perfect start when Mohamed Elyounoussi headed them into a fifth-minute lead from Michael Lang's cross. Lang, whose stock continues to rise, helped his side produce the perfect away performance thereafter. You have to play a lot of games, but when you arrive at the final stage to play for quarter-finals, semi-finals the English teams have a lot of games in their legs. The Catalonians equalled the record for the least goals conceded in a group stage - just the single goal in six matches - not bad in a group featuring Juventus.

Former Blues midfielder Lampard believes Chelsea have the chance to build some momentum in the title race with their last-16 spot in the Champions League secured.

They've exceeded expectations in this group massively by not only getting out of it, but by topping the group itself.

Finished third in the group, CSKA, Celtic, Atletico Madrid and sporting CP will play in the 1/16 finals of the Europa League.

"We are now second, it's OK, so let's think about the Premier League and the Cups". Perhaps Jupp Heynckes is leading Bayern into genuine contention once more.

Kevin Gameiro – clubs linked Everton Newcastle and Tottenham
The ten records smashed in the Champions League group stage

On Wednesday night, the last group games of the Champions League took place. This victory allowed the Catalans to reach the knockout stage of the tournament with first place in the group. His hat trick - a penalty, a slide-rule left-footer and a deflected effort - was part of a dazzling all-round display the Russians simply could not handle.

"We must be ready".

Tottenham sealed top spot in Group H by winning 3-0 against Cypriot outfit APOEL, with Fernando Llorente, Son Heung-Min and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou scoring the goals for the north London side.

However, fine finishes from Romelu Lukaku and Rashford within seconds turned the scoreline on its head with 25 minutes remaining and Jose Mourinho's men coasted over the finishing line.

"In this case, we know we could play Barcelona, PSG or Besiktas".

  • Ricardo Clara