The teams qualified for the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League

The group stage of the UEFA Champions League is over and the 16 teams that will play in the round of 16 in February next year have been defined.


They won all six games without any problems and were the best team in the first round, they scored 18 goals and conceded only 2. They defeated Inter (2-0 in both matches), Barcelona (2-0 in Germany and 3-0 at Camp Nou ) and Viktorija Plzen (5-0 and 4-2).

One of the pleasant surprises of the group stage. He finished as the leader in his area in relation to Liverpool, whom he smashed 4-1 in the first game. In addition, he won both games against Ajax and Rangers.

He delivered a major blow to leave PSG in second place in their group, following a 6-1 defeat by Maccabi Haifa in their last game. They added the same number of points, goals for and goals against as the French and remained unbeaten in first place, with four wins and two draws.

The past champion had no problems in the qualifiers, except for the 3-2 loss against RB Leipzig. In addition, they won four (two against Celtic, at home against RB Leipzig and Shakhtar) and drew one, against the Ukrainian team.

He won his group with authority the day before the end, and then beat Sevilla. They finished unbeaten, with four wins and two draws in a round shared with Borussia Dortmund, the Spanish side and Copenhagen.

It started with a heavy defeat against Dinamo Zagreb, but with the arrival of Graham Potter, he regained his confidence and qualified as a leader. They won the last four matches: two against Milan, in Croatia and against Salzburg.

The Portuguese suffered for much of the first round, but eventually qualified as leaders, thanks to a 2-1 win over Atlético Madrid in the last game. Brugge finished second in their zone and Bayer Leverkusen third.

They achieved the painful classification, with Pierre-Emile Højbjerg’s goal that gave them victory over Marseille. They won the group in which Eintracht Frankfurt was second and Sporting Lisboa took third place.


Jürgen Klopp’s side started their journey with a heavy defeat against Napoli, but recovered to record five consecutive victories to qualify for second place.

Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé’s side recorded four wins and two draws but finished second in their group behind Benfica, who scored a painful goal against Maccabi Haifa in their last game. Now he could play for Real Madrid, Bayern Munich or Manchester City.

The German side defeated Shakhtar away 4-0 on the last day and qualified second behind Real Madrid, whom they managed to beat in their fifth game.

The Belgian team scored and left Diego Simeone’s Atlético on their way. They led their group for most of the first stage, but finished second behind Porto.

He relegated Barcelona to second place thanks to a victory in Milan thanks to Hakan Calhanoglu’s goal. In addition, she won her two matches against Viktoria Plzen.

The champion of the last Europa League had the power to beat Sporting Lisbon in the last term and remain in second place behind Tottenham.

Despite two defeats against Chelsea, he showed the ability to bounce back and won a one-on-one for the qualifiers against Salzburg in the last match.

The German side could not beat Copenhagen in the last game, but a draw against Manchester City already secured second place and qualification.

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