That's it folks. Real Sociedad are clearly improving under David Moyes but they endured a frustrating night of missed chances as they were held by Athletic Bilbao in an entertaining Basque derby. Thanks for all your comments regarding the Champions League draw. Don't forget we'll have live coverage of who is drawn against who in the last-16 in Sportsday on Monday at around 11:00 GMT. Until then...
- Moyes's fifth game as Sociedad boss
- Italy: AC Milan 2-0 Napoli
- France: Monaco 1-0 Marseille
- Portugal: FC Porto 0-2 Benfica
- Champions League last-16 draw on Monday
Marseille remain one point above second-placed Paris St-Germain; a wasted chance for Marcelo Bielsa's men.
Monaco are up to sixth.
Marseille corner - keeper Steve Mandanda is up.
Ooof. Monaco's Lucas Ocampos is booked for kung fu kicking 16-year-old Bilal Boutobba in the head. The teenager is OK though.
Basel are through to the knockout stages for the first time since 2012. Then, they took four points off Manchester United in the group stage to qualify. This time the champions of Switzerland took four points off Liverpool to get through.
"What we would like now is to rest," says Basel coach Paulo Sousa. "Competing with the best has allowed us to grow - me as a coach and the players. The next round will be a challenge again. Everything is special when you go through in this competition."
Borussia Dortmund might be struggling in the Bundesliga but they can do no wrong in the Champions League. Jurgen Klopps's side, who are just above the relegation zone in Germany, finished ahead of Arsenal in Group D, with Klopp declaring: "We have secured first place in this group, the maximum possible goal."
Porto impressed taking 14 points out of 18 to top Group H and will be seeded in Monday's draw. "I've not thought about who I want for the next round, it will just be destiny," says coach Julen Lopetegui. "We'll play whoever comes our way."
Shakhtar Donetsk will be hoping to do better than the last time they reach the last-16. The champions of Ukraine lost 5-2 on aggregate to Borussia Dortmund at the same stage in 2013. Shakhtar's Luiz Adriano finished the group stage as top scorer with nine goals, equalling Cristiano Ronaldo's record.
"Everybody knows that the long winter break in Ukraine puts us in a tricky situation compared to the remaining clubs in the competition," says Shakhtar's Brazil midfielder Bernard. "But we will do our best to cope and show just how good we really are when the knockout stages arrive."
Three minutes left. Is there time left for Marseille?
One win in four La Liga games for David Moyes at Real Sociedad, who climb one place to 14th. A few weeks ago this point would have been celebrated, but Sociedad had more than enough chances to seal victory. Even in the dying moments Sergio Canales spurned a glorious opportunity.
FC Porto now trail their rivals Benfica by six points at the top of the table thanks to a Lima brace.
Marseille have just brought on 16-year-old Bilal Boutobba, who was born in 1998, for Mario Lemina.
"He is to be classified in the category of rough diamonds. It remains to polish," as Google Translate tells me their website said yesterday.
The piece goes on to compare him to Arjen Robben!
The home crowd are getting impatient. Time is running out. Real Sociedad are knocking on the door but can't find a way through Bilbao's well-marshalled defence.
Four minutes of added time.
There's a commotion on the sidelines and the referee isn't happy. He's coming over to have a word with Bilbao boss Ernesto Valverde who receives a ticking off.
Free-kick to Real Sociedad and Sergio Canales cannot believe it as his set-piece strikes the bar. So close for Sociedad! Two minutes of normal time remaining.
Five minutes for David Moyes's side to find a winner against 10 men. Aymeric Laporte's red card has certainly got the home fans going. A wall of red and white shirts has sprung up on the edge of the Bilbao penalty area. Sociedad cannot find a way through...yet.
AC Milan overtake Rafael Benitez's Napoli in the league on goal difference by moving up to sixth, within two points of a Champions League place.
A red card in the Basque derby? Surely not...
Late drama! Bilbao will play the final 10 minutes with 10 men after defender Aymeric Laporte, who had already been booked, is shown a second yellow card for an ugly challenge on Xabi Prieto. Laporte can have absolutely no complaints.
Tame finish by Mikel Rico straight at the Sociedad keeper after being teed-up just outside the penalty area. Bilbao putting the home defence under increasing pressure as the Basque derby enters its closing stages.
We're in the last 15 minutes. David Moyes needs a goal fast otherwise it's one win in four La Liga games since taking charge of Real Sociedad.
Bernardo Silva scores his first goal for Monaco from 16 yards out after Yannick Ferreira Carrasco dummied a Anthony Martial cross. Monaco possibly having a say in the title race here even though they're not in the mix themselves.
Despite qualifying, there is disappointment in the Bayer Leverkusen camp that they will not be seeded. The Germans needed to defeat Benfica in their final game to finish top but were held to a goalless draw.
"We are disappointed not to go through as the top team in the group," says Leverkusen coach Roger Schmidt. "Now we're in the last 16, there'll be many strong sides. Even if we had won the group we could still have played Paris St-Germain or Barcelona - but we are still disappointed we didn't finish top because now we won't play the second leg at home."
It is more like Manchester weather in San Sebastian and the greasy conditions caused by continuous rain is doing little to aid Real Sociedad's cause. The visitors have the momentum with 20 minutes of the Basque Country derby remaining. David Moyes is looking anxious.
Barcelona, four-time champions of Europe, claimed first place in Group F at the expense of Paris St-Germain, the Catalan club's exceptional firepower ensuring they will avoid the other section leaders in Monday's draw. "I prefer to play the return leg at home but in the knockout stages there are teams that play the return leg away from home and qualify," says Barca midfielder Andres Iniesta. "But I prefer to play here in the second leg so we can have our fans help us knock our opponents out."
David Moyes's Sociedad have gone off the boil. They carved out enough chances to have cemented the points before the interval. Will they pay the price for those missed opportunities?
Delicious goal! Athletic Bilbao have improved significantly this half and they get their reward as Oscar de Marcos ghosts into the Sociedad penalty area to plant a delightful cross by Markel Susaeta beyond the keeper. Quality finish.
Will it be another case of so near yet so far for Paris St-Germain? The champions of France have reached the quarter-finals in each of the last two seasons yet they face the prospect of drawing Real Madrid or Bayern Munich in the last-16 after failing to top their group.
A 3-1 defeat in their final game at Barcelona means they finish the group as runners-up. However, Zlatan Ibrahimovic moved out on his own into 10th place in the list of European Cup all-time scorers with his goal at the Nou Camp. That took his tally to 43 in the competition.
Game over at the Dragao perhaps as Lima doubles up, firing home from close range after keeper Fabiano spilled a Talisca shot.
All our second periods are now started.
No one will want to draw Bayern Munich. The five-times champions of Europe cruised into the last-16, winning five out of six games. The bad news for Bayern's rivals is that Bastian Schweinsteiger says they can get even better. "We'll always play good football at the highest level because we have so much quality in our team," says the midfielder. "I'm sure we'll improve on the few mistakes we're making currently too."
Second half is under way.
What a miss by Athletic Bilbao. Real Sociedad struggle to clear the ball from their penalty area and it eventually lands at the feet of Iker Muniain who blazes over from a glorious position. That could be ever so costly!
AC Milan are rampant as Riccardo Montolivo fires their latest chance wide.
Napoli boss Rafael Benitez reacts and brings on Marek Hamsik for Jorginho, an attacking change.
Such a waste. Jeremy Menez, a fantastic talent, nutmegs a defender on the left and plays it across to Andrea Poli, who has a clear run at goal. His first touch is terrible however and Napoli keeper Rafael Cabral gratefully receives the ball.
Will the second half be as entertaining as the opening 45 minutes? We're back under way at a very wet San Sebastian.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri wants to avoid Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Chelsea in Monday's draw. The Serie A leaders are unseeded after finishing three points behind Group A rivals Atletico Madrid. "We've still got a lot to improve on," says Allegri. "There are a few clubs on a different level - Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Chelsea - to the rest. We've played a good group stage."
Game over? Giacomo Bonaventura finds space in the box to head home Pablo Armero's cross unmarked from six yards out.