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Summary

  1. Spurs come from behind to lead CSKA 3-1
  2. Tottenham head into Europa League
  3. Leicester being thrashed 5-0 by Porto
  4. Dortmund hit back from 2-0 down to level at Real Madrid
  5. German side win the group, Real finish second

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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Bang on form Benzema

Real Madrid 2-2 Borussia Dortmund

Karim Benzema is now joint fifth on the all-time Champions League goalscoring list, on 50. Level with Thierry Henry. Tidy. 

Karim Benzema
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Please Hamer don't hurt 'em

Porto 5-0 Leicester

Ben Hamer
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This was the heaviest defeat by an English side in Europe since Everton’s 0-5 defeat at Benfica in the 2009-10 Europa League.

    Ben Hamer is the first English goalkeeper to concede five goals on his Champions League debut. Gary Walsh and Nigel Martyn both conceded four on their CL debuts.

    At last!

    Tottenham 3-1 CSKA Moscow

    Tottenham goal
    PA

    Tottenham won at Wembley Stadium for the first time since February 2008, ending a run of six games without a win there (L5 D1 – that draw seeing them eventually lose on penalties).

    A shred of good news

    Porto 5-0 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "Danny Drinkwater's injury doesn't look serious. He is suspended for Saturday anyway, but he should be ok."  

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    I Jackson: Surely @BVB will be the happiest team in Europe tonight??? Can't draw any of the group winners or Bayern Munich or Real Madrid!

    Thomas Tuchel celebrates
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    'We've learned to be better at home'

    Tottenham 3-1 CSKA Moscow

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Dele Alli
    EPA

    Both Tottenham goalscorers have been speaking on BT Sport:

    Dele Alli: "It's frustrating when you don't put away an early chance. I started getting frustrated but it was important I put a chance away.

    "We have a belief in the squad. We felt we were dominating and knew the chances would come."

    Harry Kane: "We've learned to be better at home. You have to win your home games - you can't rely on away results.

    "We've finished the campaign well, there's a bit of pride to send the fans home happy."

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    Matthew Duffy: Manchester City's options actually look better that Leicester or Arsenal's!

    Kris Jefferson: Why are fans so scared of who they draw in the next round? You need to beat the best if you want to win the CL!!

    Josep Guardiola
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    'Selfie of champions'

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    Borussia Dortmund have given Germany even more reason to celebrate tonight...

    The old cliche of 'no easy games' applies to Monday's draw doesn't it? Fascinating stuff. 

    Who can they get?

    Manchester City

    Manchester City can get Napoli, Atletico Madrid, Monaco, Borussia Dortmund or Juventus.

    Who can they get?

    Leicester City

    Leicester can get PSG, Benfica, Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen, Real Madrid or Sevilla. 

    Who can they get?

    Arsenal

    So that means Arsenal will get either:

    Benfica, Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen, Real Madrid, Porto or Sevilla. 

    Not much difference in quality is there between pot one and pot two?

    The draw takes place on Monday and a side cannot play a team from their own country, or who played in their group.

    Who's through then?

    The runners-up:

    Paris St-Germain

    Benfica

    Manchester City

    Bayern Munich

    Bayer Leverkusen

    Real Madrid

    Porto

    Sevilla

    Who's through then?

    The group winners:

    Arsenal

    Napoli

    Barcelona

    Atletico Madrid

    Monaco

    Borussia Dortmund

    Leicester

    Juventus

    A record-breaker

    Porto 5-0 Leicester

    It's actually an even worse night than we thought for Leicester - albeit that they had already won the group...

    5 - Leicester City’s 0-5 defeat is the biggest margin of defeat by an English side in Champions League/European Cup history. Outfoxed.

    Claudio Ranieri stands by the bench
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    FULL-TIME

    Real Madrid 2-2 Borussia Dortmund

    What a great comeback from Dortmund. They win the group! 

    Marco Reus celebrates
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    Jerry Elumeze: So Arsenal won their group and may end up playing Real or Bayern in the last 16?  

    That's the crux of it Jerry.

    FULL-TIME

    Tottenham 3-1 CSKA Moscow

    Dele Alli
    Reuters

    FULL-TIME

    Porto 5-0 Leicester

    The worst defeat in the Champions League groups for an English side.

    Demarai Gray
    Reuters

    Porto 5-0 Leicester

    Wes Morgan is left on his backside again, a testing night for the big man. The shot is over though. 

    That goal means Dortmund will win the group if it stays like this. Arsenal or Leicester v Real Madrid anyone?

    GOAL - Real Madrid 2-2 Borussia Dortmund

    Marco Reus (88 mins)

    Well this wasn't on the cards 15 minutes ago.

    Marco Reus is the man on the scoresheet, but this goal is all down to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's unbelievable pace, as he races away from Sergio Ramos and tees up the Germany forward in front of goal.

    Not only are they now top of Group F, but they now hold the record for most goals in a Champions League group campaign outright with 21.

    Marco Reus celebrates
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    Daniel Fenton: Re: 21.25 Jack in Reading; Who cares about the sitters he's missed, have you seen the pearlers he's scored?

    (That's Dele Alli, if you missed it.)

    Dele Alli celebrates scoring their first goal
    Reuters

    HITS THE WOODWORK

    Porto 5-0 Leicester

    Leicester hit the bar! Not even a consolation as Leo Ulloa smashes a left-footed shot against the top of the crossbar from a scruffy corner. 

    Tottenham 3-1 CSKA Moscow

    Into the last few minutes then. It's the Europa League for Spurs and a lot of busy Sundays for us all after Christmas. 

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    Jack in Reading: I've lost count of the number of sitters that Dele Alli has missed in the last two years. 

    I don't think he's doing too badly for a 20-year-old Jack!

    Dele Alli
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    Porto 5-0 Leicester

    At least Leicester had a bit of a go in the second half, three of their four shots in the game have come since the break. Porto have had 16 though. 

    Drinkwater off

    Porto 5-0 Leicester

    Just before that fifth for Porto Danny Drinkwater did go off with that knee injury. Youngster Harvey Barnes is on in his place. 

    Danny Drinkwater
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    GOAL - Tottenham 3-1 CSKA Moscow

    Igor Akinfeev (OG 77 mins)

    What a bizarre goal! Spurs are going to win at Wembley once and for all and they get a big helping hand. Or toe.

    Harry Kane picks out Dele Alli with a cracking cross from the right, Alli heads at Igor Akinfeev, who parries it out and in the same movement somehow volleys it back into his own net. Couldn't do that again if he tried. 

    Dele Alli shoots
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    Igor Akinfeev makes a save
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    Igor Akinfeev looks dejected
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    Robert Spencer: Leicester are going to need to improve before the 2nd round. Teams like PSG, Dortmund and Sevilla.

    I think they'll just be glad to avoid Porto at this rate!

    Wes Morgan
    Reuters

    GOAL - Porto 5-0 Leicester

    Diogo Jota (77 mins)

    He's a highly-rated prospect but Ben Chilwell has been given a torrid time of it tonight. The young full-back dives in on Diogo Jota, who skips inside, plays a neat one-two which leaves Wes Morgan chasing shadows too and then nutmegs Ben Hamer for number five. Clinical. 

    Diogo Jota of FC Porto scores
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    Elsewhere in Europe

    Any remaining fears over in Turin have been allayed by Daniele Rugani, who has put Juventus 2-0 up against Dinamo Zagreb.

    With Sevilla still being held by Lyon, I think it's safe to assume that the Italian champions will top that group. Lyon need to score twice to displace Sevilla in second place.

    Daniele Rugani celebrates
    Reuters

    CLOSE!

    Tottenham 2-1 CSKA Moscow

    Almost number three for Spurs as Christian Eriksen bends a free-kick over the wall but it's tipped away, and then Harry Kane has an acrobatic volley well saved.

    Harry Kane shoots
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    Porto 4-0 Leicester

    Not sure if this is wise or not, but Danny Drinkwater has come back on and is in the centre of midfield. Must have been just a contact injury. 

    Porto 4-0 Leicester

    A potentially bad night for Leicester could be getting worse as Danny Drinkwater goes down holding his left knee in a challenge. A stretcher is called for and he looks in a spot of bother. He is able to hobble off to the side,

    SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 2-1 CSKA Moscow

    Toby Alderweireld is back on, after 10 games out. A huge ovation around Wembley as Dele Alli then side-foots over the top. 

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    Ben Tap: Have no idea why Ranieri keeps leaving out Kante?! He's been anonymous all season. 

    I hope this is satire Ben - he would make a difference tonight though.

    Claudio Ranieri
    Reuters

    Porto 4-0 Leicester

    Leicester's best moment of the night, a 45-yard raking crossfield pass perfect weight into the run of Marc Albrighton. Lovely stuff.