That's a wrap from us here then - join us for the Europa League tomorrow?
- FT: Borussia Mon'bach 1-1 Man City
- Man City through to last 16
- FT: Arsenal 2-2 PSG
- PSG currently top of group
- FT: Celtic 0-2 Barcelona
- Celtic are out of Europe
The final round of group games in this season's Champions League are held on the 6th and 7th of December.
After that there's no more European football until Valentine's Day.
A decent result for Arsenal tonight and if we finish second with 14 points that would be harsh. Mind you Bayern and possibly Real lie in wait for group winners....
How do PSG go top of group A if Arsenal have the same points and a better goal difference? What am I missing here?
We can actually help here - head-to-head record is used to divide teams level on points. And a 2-2 draw away from home for PSG trumps a 1-1 draw in Paris for Arsenal.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "You have to consider two things. The intensity we put in and the result. We gave a lot tonight and we came back from 1-0 down to lead 2-1 and then gave away an own goal. But we played a good side.
"We had good spells in the game but we could not dominate. Tonight my concern is that we were 2-1 up and allowed them to come back at us. It's difficult to understand how easy we gave away a goal at a corner,
"We lack something in our creativity but we got a point. It might not be enough but you never know."
Here he is - our chief football writer discussing all things Champions League....
Celtic captain Scott Brown on BT Sport: "We played really well and after the last game against Barcelona we showed we can compete in the Champions League.
"It is a learning curve – especially the first couple of games - but we have shown our qualities. Hopefully we will be back next year."
Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs: "When you're 2-1 up, you want to finish the job so obviously it's disappointing. It's something that we can learn from and we want to improve.
"We could have been technically better and more dangerous tonight.
"Overall, I think a draw was what we deserved. When we picked up momentum we looked very dangerous, it's just about how we do that more consistently."
In the BT Sport studio, Gary Lineker, Steven Gerrard, Steve McManaman and Rio Ferdinand watch eight replays of the second yellow card for Fernandinho and can't see a foul at all.
A slight tug of the shirt? It's minimal.
Atletico Madrid 2-0 PSV Eindhoven
Kevin Gameiro and Antoine Griezmann's goals made the difference.Diego Simeone's side win the group after Rostov unexpectedly beat Bayern Munich earlier.
Napoli 0-0 Dynamo Kiev
17 corners for Napoli but no goals. They stay second in Group B with eight points but Dynamo Kiev are out.
Ludogorets 0-0 Basel
Three yellow cards to the home side, four to Basel's players in an otherwise uneventful match. Basel are now winless in their last nine Champions League matches.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, speaking to BT Sport: "In the end after we got the red card we killed the game off and that was the most important thing. We are through and that's the most important thing."
Atletico Madrid's win tonight sees them secure the group and perhaps tellingly means that Bayern will be runners-up.
Leicester could get them...
Better since half-time, but hardly a classic performance. Is it enough to compete against Europe’s best? Olivier Giroud – should he be starting regularly?
Are City ready to go all the way in the Champions League this season?
One clean sheet in the last 13 matches for Manchester City – does Pep need to tweak the style of play?
Celtic fans – Brendan Rogers has always said it’s a 3-year-plan to progress to the knock out stages – are you happy with this year’s performance?
Arsenal and PSG were already through, but maybe crucially that draw means that PSG stay top of the group with one game to go.
That point means that Manchester City have qualified for the last 16. Job done.
They are going into the Europa League, but the Borussia Monchengladbach fans have been non-stop for at least the last 10 minutes. Making an almighty din. The game is going nowhere.
Lionel Messi is getting roughed up now. Scott Brown tries to smash him but can't get close enough, but moments later Stuart Armstrong does connect with a wild challenge and goes in the book.
Jason Moore: For as good as Cavani's movement is, his finishing is absolutely abysmal.
Benhard Naweseb: Cavani is not world class.
OGIDIOMO: Cavani. Clinical and also ordinary at times! What was that?
JavelBleach: Cavani should have a hattrick of tap-ins already tonight!
Luis Suarez smashes the post after Lionel Messi had served it him up on a plate. What a chance!
Goodness me he misses some chances! Edinson Cavani meets a peach of a cross from the right from Lucas, he's diving to meet it but can only glance it wide from maybe four yards out. Got to score!
BBC Sport Scotland
So easy for Barcelona now. Celtic's energy tanks seem to have emptied. If results stay this way they will have no European football after Christmas, not even Europa League. A grim prospect.
Since Dembele failed to make it 1-1 with that close-range header early in the second-half, Celtic fans haven't had much to get excited about. Most of the noise has been directed at Neymar, who was a bit fortunate not to sent off before he was taken off. The home support let him have it as he went. The Brazilian, it has to be said, didn't look all that bothered.
BBC Sport chief football writer at Emirates Stadium
This is wide open now - and Edinson Cavani is once again a mixed bag. He scores a poacher's goal then tries a Hollywood finish with a chip that Ospina saves.
Cavani gets so many chances. Luckily for Arsenal he has been hit and miss tonight,
Edinson Cavani breaks clear of the Arsenal defence, goes for an ambitious long-range chip but can't get it over the head of David Ospina who is able to make the save.
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We are into the last 10 minutes...
That goal means that PSG top the group again on head-to-head records as a 2-2 draw here trumps Arsenal's 1-1 draw in Paris.
Dreadful defending all round from Arsenal allows PSG back into the game. Lucas heads a corner back across goal but the ball is heading straight into the gloves of David Ospina until Alex Iwobi turns to head into his own net.
Lucas has been credited with the goal, for now at least. OG in my book...
Mikael Lustig is not a man who is too bothered by reputation - he had a bust-up with Neymar a few minutes ago, the pair were both booked and that means Neymar will miss the next game.
Then, when Neymar is subbed a few minutes later Lustig moves across to tell him to get a shift on...
Alexis Sanchez whips it in from the left, Aaron Ramsey is stretching to meet it and he just runs out of room...
432: People are being a bit harsh on Arsenal here. PSG are the top seeds in this group and one of the top teams in Europe.
Julian Tsang: So Arsenal may finally finish top of their group. Yet still may get matched up against Bayern Munich or Real Madrid in the last 16.
Harrison Akoh: It's time for Ramsey to come out. He's been playing sideways, backwards to whole night...
With around 20 minutes to go, here's how we are looking:
Arsenal will win Group A, with PSG also going through.
Manchester City are qualifying behind Barcelona, with Celtic bottom.
Two bookings in quick succession as first Bacary Sagna and then Ilkay Gundogan are caught by heavy, late challenges. Can City get a winner? Twenty minutes to go.
Atletico Madrid 2-0 PSV Eindhoven
An assist and now a goal for Antoine Griezmann this evening.
Strangely, that is the first time ever he has provided both in a single Champions League game.
15 points out of 15 for Atletico in Group D.
Lionel Messi for the hat-trick...? No! He rolls a shot, almost walking pace, across goal and past a wrong-footed Craig Gordon, but it creeps inches past the post...
Bacary Sagna, or Sacary Banga to Chris Kamara, is on in place of Raheem Sterling.