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Champions League quartet transfer to Europa League

07 Diciembre 2017
Champions League quartet transfer to Europa League

Round of 16 first-leg games are played from Feb. 13-21.

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In the other match of the group, Anderlecht defeated Celtic 1-0 in Glasgow.

Liverpool claimed the final spot in the pot of group winners going into the Champions League last 16 draw. We managed to get more points off the team which finished top than the team who finished bottom.

"In the knockout stage, there are always only strong sides, but this year it's quite special", he pointed out.

Manager Antonio Conte rotated his side for the victory over the Swans due to the Christmas fixture pile-up and he believes that key players like Hazard and Azpilicueta deserved a rest.

"We should have won that game", Cahill told Chelsea TV.

On the eve of the meeting, Paulo Fonseca stated that his team will fight for a good result in Kharkiv, not to look at the expense in Naples, where in a parallel match will meet Napoli and Feyenoord. It's important to note that teams can not be drawn against a side from their own country, nor can they be drawn against a side who they faced in the group stages.

'With Paul Pogba suspended there is a gaping hole in Manchester United's midfield.

Liverpool were simply sensational in their 7-0 win against Spartak Moscow and must be thanking their lucky stars that they held on to Coutinho during a fraught transfer window. The second was Juventus. Goals shouldn't be a problem.

Now they are in Europe's second-tier competition after costly draws with Qarabag.

CSKA Moscow will drop down to the Europa League after finishing in third-place in the group.

Dortmund couldn't even make it into the second round this time, failing to win a single game in the group dominated by Tottenham and Madrid - not even against Cypriot minnow APOEL. Things could go from bad to worse tonight as those three clubs will be the only ones Chelsea can face in the next stage of the competition if Liverpool win their group. The Blues trail leaders Manchester City by 11 points.