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  1. Man Utd unsure of qualification
  2. Win in Wolfsburg would seal it
  3. FT: Juventus 1-0 Man City
  4. Mandzukic slots home from close range
  5. FT: Shakhtar Donetsk 3-4 Real Madrid

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    That's all from this live page tonight - thanks very much for all of your input - particularly your new suggestions to the footballing dictionary!

    See you soon. 

  2. 'Goal was doubtful'

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says that the goal 'was doubtful' - he thought it was a foul against Nicolas Otamendi.

    Joe Hart has a hamstring or back injury and City will see what the story is.

  3. The last 16

    Who has definitely qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League?

    Real Madrid

    Paris St-Germain

    Atletico Madrid



    Manchester City


    Bayern Munich

    Zenit St Petersburg

  4. 'It will be very difficult'

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal: "We could have finished in the first half but also in the second half, to the end we're not so good any more, we were afraid to play the ball but nevertheless do not give too much chances away.

    "The midfielders were dropping too much and that is why we didn’t support too much our front players. We have created in one half three open chances and there difficult chances.

    "I cannot say every game in the interview with you that we didn’t finish but it is the truth.

    "It will be very difficult because Wolfsburg are the best team in our group to play against, but it is possible.

    "We have won also at home and PSV has to win against Moscow, it is not so easy."

    Louis van Gaal
  5. 'I got goose bumps'

    Malmo 0-5 PSG

    More from returning hero Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who scored tonight: "I got goose bumps. It felt like I was home again.

    "This is the icing on the cake. I've been through a lot, and now this.

    "I do not know how much there is left but hopefully something more so I get to experience it too. But this is a great moment for me, my family and everyone who hung on.

    "This was where it all began and to come here with PSG when I'm on top and do what I do best: playing football. I do not know how many people get to experience it, but I do not care about it because I have experienced it."

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic
  6. 'We were not so good'

    Manchester United

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says "we were not so good any more" - he won't have much opposition to that view tonight.

    Full reaction to come.

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    SMS Message: Van Gaal playing a 6-2-2 formation at home in the CL has cost them tonight. A boring 0-0 in Wolfsburg won't be enough now. from Steve, Essex
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  8. 'I lived the dream'

    Malmo 0-5 PSG

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic: "I lived a dream tonight, coming back. On top of that I scored one.

    "I'm very happy. Since the beginning, there's a great relationship between Malmo's fans and me."

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    Harry Partridge: LVG's only success in a weak first season at Utd was regaining CL football for the club. Failure in the group undoes all that

    JeffsPrince: A season and a half in but are we seeing Van Gaal's philosophy develop? Boring football might be the future...

    Francis Edwards: Bayern have key players out and crush teams, City and Arsenal have less injuries and they can't beat average teams, why?

  10. 'We are not ruthless'

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Wayne Rooney

    Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney: "It is a game we were capable of winning and we played some good stuff in the first half and we were unlucky not to go in up at the break. In the second half we showed a lack of composure so that was not great, overall a draw was probably fair but this is what we did not want.

    "Going to Germany is always tough, we have to believe in ourselves and have confidence we can do that, it's not the way we wanted but that is the way it is and we have to believe we are good enough to get three points.

    "We are not ruthless enough - we have to score more goals as a team, they were able to nearly hit us on the break a few times, a learning curve but we cannot go on saying that.We have to change these games into victories."

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  12. 'A lot of hard work to do...'

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Smalling

    Manchester United defender Chris Smalling:"We had more than enough to win the game and make the difference in the final game.

    "Coming in we saw Wolfsburg as the toughest game – and we have given ourselves a lot of hard work.

    "We needed to move the ball quicker – and if we got the first goal it would’ve made it a lot easier.

    "We go there with hope because we have beaten them here."

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  14. 'We were unlucky'

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Manchester City

    Ya Ya Toure

    Manchester City captain Yaya Toure: "Joe Hart played very well, he made some big saves but we had chances too. We were not clinical enough.

    "We miss injured players, we were a little bit unlucky to be honest with you."

  15. 'Moyes was better than this'

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    'Barcelona would put seven past this team - we played better under Moyes!'

    Some of the callers on BBC Radio 5 live are not happy...

  16. Elsewhere in Europe

    Group C

    In Group C, Atletico Madrid are through to the last 16 after beating Galatasaray 2-0. They are level with Benfica - who drew 2-2 at FC Astana - on 10 points and the two sides will meet in their final group game to battle it out for top spot.

    Atletico Madrid
  17. Tune in now

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Tune in to BBC Radio 5 live now online or on the wireless where Chris Waddle is leading a scathing post mortem into Manchester United's performance.

    Toothless, dull, drab - just some of the words on display...

  18. Elsewhere in Europe

    Group A

    All over and Real Madrid survive in an utterly bizarre game. In the 76th minute they were 4-0 up and cruising to victory but Shakhtar Donetsk scored three goals in 11 minutes to set up a tense finish.

    Real held on to record a 4-3 win and ensure they finish top of Group A, but that was almost too close for comfort.

    Meanwhile, PSG take second in the group after winning 5-0 at Malmo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring against his former club.

    Real Madrid's Gareth Bale
  19. What do they need?

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Manchester United

    So what do Manchester United need now?

    They have eight points, sandwiched between leaders Wolfsburg (nine points) and PSV (seven).

    PSV face eliminated CSKA Moscow in their final game, while United head to Germany. They may have to win... 


    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Mario Mandzukic's volley has won it for Juventus, they join Manchester City in the last 16. 

    Juventus celebrate at the final whistle
    Juventus qualify for the next stage of the Champions League
  21. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "PSV have deserved the draw - Man Utd started at a great tempo but had very little quality in the final third. In the last 15 minutes PSV looked the better side."

  22. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    And a really bad result for Manchester United. That leaves their qualification right in the balance.

    Wayne Rooney

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Ultimately another frustrating night for Manchester City...

    Manchester City look dejected at full-time
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  25. Elsewhere in Europe

    Shakhtar Donetsk 3-4 Real Madrid

    My oh my! Incredible scenes at Shakhtar Donetsk as they score a third against Real Madrid! Alex Teixeira's neat finish means they trail 4-3 with two minutes left. Could they...?

    Rafael Benitez looks rattled as he screams instructions from the edge of his technical area.

    Real Madrid manager Rafa Benitez
  26. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    88 minutes. Nothing going on. If you'd have told me during my youth that I'd ever watch a Manchester United side so devoid of urgency and attacking threat, I'd have told you I'd believe it when Woolworths and Our Price shut down...

    Louis van Gaal
  27. Elsewhere in Europe

    A five-star performance for PSG at Malmo as Lucas Moura grabs a fifth with a inch-perfect free-kick.

    Real Madrid, who remember had not conceded at all in the Champions League before tonight, have just conceded a second at Shakhtar Donetsk, Dentinho heading in. Real lead 4-2, but a nervy few minutes ahead.

    Roars from the home fans. They fancy something here...

  28. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Both of these sides are going through, but it looks like Juve who will win the group if it stays like this...


    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Five minutes left. Juan Mata on for Matteo Darmian.

    Load the trebuchet and sling it towards Marouane Fellaini...

    Marouane Fellaini
  30. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    To clarify, United will need to win in Wolfsburg in the final game to be sure of qualification if it stays like this. Not the sort of shot you want to leave yourself. A tricky black across the cushion. 

  31. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    It's been very flat again from Manchester United. Where's the fizz gone?

  32. Elsewhere in Europe

    Real Madrid concede for the first time in this season's Champions League as Alex Teixeira strokes home a penalty for Shakhtar Donetsk to make it 4-1.

    Meanwhile, Borussia Monchengladbach are cruising to victory against Sevilla, with second-half strikes from Fabian Johnson and Raffael make it 3-0.

    Elsewhere, Antoinne Griezmann has made it 2-0 for Atletico Madrid against Galatasaray.


    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Problems here for City now as Joe Hart has to come off. Looked like he opened up his groin in making that fine save from Alvaro Morata a moment or so again. Willy Caballero is on, Hart goes straight down the tunnel. 

  34. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "This could be a very long 15 minutes for Manchester United given the way they are playing at the moment. They have put so much work into this game - they are really feeling the pace now."

  35. SITTER!

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Should be 1-1 - poor miss from Raheem Sterling! A cross comes in from the right, Sterling slides in but gets his angles all wrong, shanking it wide. Manuel Pellegrini has his head in his hands.

    Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Joe Hart likes to showcase himself on Champions League nights and he makes another big stop to deny Alvaro Morata from adding a second. Morata was majestic to pin and roll his man on halfway, skip away from another and open up the goal. A tap-in? No, Hart slams the door!

    Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart saves from Alvaro Morata
  37. Get Involved

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV


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    Why are Man City so light up front at the moment?

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  39. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    City still labouring away, but at the risk of re-covering old ground, take Aguero, Silva and Kompany out of this team and the wheels rather come off.

    Any team would miss those players of course...

    Manchester City in action against Juventus
  40. Elsewhere in Europe

    Goals, goals, goals at Shakhtar Donetsk and they are all being scored by Real Madrid, who now lead 4-0. Cristiano Ronaldo scores the fourth after great work from Gareth Bale. The Wales international pounced on a loose ball to race away down the left before crossing low for Ronaldo to swipe home at the second attempt.

    Two goals from Ronaldo in this game and two assists by Bale.

    Meanwhile, PSG are also racking up the goals now as Angel Di Maria gets his second of the game, heading home from a cross to make it 4-0 at Malmo.

  41. CLOSE!

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chance! Jesse Lingard lifts a shot over the top from, what, eight yards out? A great chance that. The Stretford End groans in concert...

    Jesse Lingard
  42. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    It's PSV, if anyone, who look like finding a winner as we enter the last 20 minutes. David de Gea has to be right behind another snorter from Davy Propper, PSV growing in confidence. 

  43. Get Involved

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

  44. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "Rooney looks like he is feeling the pace a but now. He has given the ball away a couple of times in the last few minutes. But the whole United team have come off the pace and PSV are growing in confidence."

    Wayne Rooney
  45. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    There is no immediate panic tonight - of course - for Manchester City. They have already secured qualification.

    But their chances of winning the group are slipping by. Barcelona again in the knockout stage?

    Luis Suarez in action against Manchester City

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Manchester City sub Fabian Delph flashes a shot across goal before Raheem Sterling is introduced for the visitors.

    Can Sterling find a way back? He replaces Sergio Aguero - who has not looked sharp tonight. 

  47. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "Ashley Young has come on and put in two great crosses. That is where they will win the game, getting down the line and getting the ball in the box."

  48. Creator-in-chief

    Shakhtar Donetsk 0-3 Real Madrid

  49. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "Sometimes English teams find it hard when other teams drop off and let them have the ball. It has not been a high level of technical ability. United have just tried to force it."

  50. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Juventus are 25 minutes away from ending the night on top of Group D. It's all gone a bit stale in Turin, both sides playing it around with no real penetration. 

    Claudio Marchisio and Ya Ya Toure
  51. Get Involved

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

  52. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Davy Propper fires in a speculator from range but it's easy for David de Gea. 0-0 at 90 minutes? 

    David de Gea
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    Ted, Croydon: Squeakualiser: An equalising goal scored in the last 30 seconds of a game... 

    Luke, Bethnal Green: Quoffside - the moment when the haircut of a player is offside. (Especially Chris Waddle, Andy Carroll or Fellaini)    

  54. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    PSV still look fairly content and organised, a 0-0 draw would not do their chances of reaching the last 16 any harm at all. They take off Jorrit Hendrix though - he's had a good game. 


    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Ashley Young and Maroune Fellaini are on for Manchester United. What might the plan be here then?

    Bastian Schweinsteiger and Memphis Depay are off. 

    Marouane Fellaini
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  57. Who else but Zlatan?

    Malmo 0-3 PSG

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Champions League goal drought is over. After almost a year without a goal in the competition he curls in from midway inside the area to make it 3-0 for PSG against his hometown club Malmo.

    Meanwhile, Real Madrid have bagged a third against Shakhtar Donetsk, Dani Carvajal firing home.

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates after scoring for PSG

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Well how has that stayed out?! Juventus this time as Alvaro Morata - just on in place of Mario Mandzukic - breaks the offside trap, gets to the bouncing ball ahead of Joe Hart and clip sit over him. The spin looks like taking the ball wide, Paulo Dybala stretches at the far post and clips the outside of the woodwork. 

    Juventus chance
  59. Elsewhere in Europe

    Shakhtar Donetsk 0-2 Real Madrid

    Real Madrid have bounced back. The Spanish side lead 2-0 now at Shakhtar Donetsk as Toni Kroos plays a stunning ball to Cristiano Ronaldo, who in turn picks out Luka Modric and he slams the ball in.


    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    City so close to a leveller! Fernando heads down hard, Gigi Buffon pushes it against the post and Yaya Toure can't quite smash it over the line. Brilliant from Buffon, rolling back the years. 

    Gigi Buffon and Yaya Toure
  61. CLOSE!

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    A Manchester United goal appears to have been ordered at half-time, they are looking more dangerous now. First Jesse Lingard heads wide and then Memphis Depay shoots right at Jeroen Zoet. 

    Jesse Lingard
  62. Can't touch this

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

  63. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    City break, Fernandinho, Yaya Toure and Kevin de Bruyne carry the charge but Fernandinho's pass is woeful, so telegraphed it may as well have had a police escort. Intercepted. Pretty underwhelming stuff tonight from the men in green/yellow. 

  64. Elsewhere in Europe

    Shakhtar Donetsk 0-1 Real Madrid

    It looks to be absolutely freezing at Shakhtar Donetsk, so much so that the home side's substitutes were going through their warm ups at half time in full bench gear - thick coat, gloves and bobble hats.

    Back under way now in that game, and other Champions League ties.

  65. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Nobody likes a short corner, or a scorner Kev.

    United whip in a decent corner at the Stretford End and Morgan Schneiderlin heads it well over. 

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    Dan in Bath: "Butterfinish". A player who can run with the ball, take on defenders, show great skill, but couldn't score even if his life depended on it. Everything's there but-a-finish.

    Kevin, Woking: How about: scorner? A way to waste a promising attacking opportunity when you can get the ball in the opposition's box. 

  67. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    No sign of Marouane 'Plan B' Fellaini just yet for the hosts. Back in play at Old Trafford, where as it stands Manchester United will not book a place in the last 16 tonight. 

  68. KICK-OFF

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Back under way in Turin. 

    Manchester City forward Kevin de Bruyne
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  70. Half & halfs reach Sweden...

    Malmo 0-2 PSG

  71. Elsewhere in Europe

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    PSG are firmly on course to secure their place in the knockout stage of the Champions League as they lead Malmo 2-0 in Group A. 

    No goals yet for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has not scored in Europe's premier cub competition for almost a year now.

    Real Madrid will win the group if they win tonight, and they are 1-0 up at Shakhtar Donetsk thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo's header.

  72. Access to Dixxxooonnnnsss

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

  73. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Unchartered waters for Manchester City, who have not trailed at half-time in the Champions League this season. Paul Pogba's share price is climbing like a Jordan Belfort deal tonight. Outstanding. Sir Alex Ferguson's final mistake?

    There weren't many, I grant you...

    Paul Pogba in action for Manchester United reserves
  74. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "United's approach play has been bright, high tempo and PSV have found it hard. But you need composure in the final third. United are nervous and rushing things. Martial has rushed things and his touch has been heavy. They need to relax if they are going to get a result."

    Anthony Martial
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    That's the one! Other books chronicling the history of the Banda Islands are available.

    Actually - almost certainly not...


    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Nil-nil, but not a bad game at all. PSV came into the game after half an hour and look dangerous enough to me.

  77. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

      46% of Man City's attacks have been down the right hand side so far.  


    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Manchester City look dejected

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Old dog, new tricks! Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio has a brainwave, playing a backpass blind and straight to Sergio Aguero, About as advisable as offering a mountain lion a lift home.

    But Aguero can't beat the wily old Gigi Buffon, whose angles are perfect, he doesn't give away a penalty and stands up and blocks Aguero's shot. Superb keeping. 

    Sergio Aguero and Gigi Buffon
  80. Post update

    Strong! Very strong efforts. We'll get this dictionary out for Christmas at this rate.

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    Dean Mayer: Snubstitution – in which the replaced player ignores the manager as he heads down the tunnel.  

    Ofni Smith: "Fiffafaffa" - aimless midfield passing by a team that think they're playing tikataka, but are simply faffing about.  

  82. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    City look so fragile when Juve come at them and this time it's Swiss full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner just runs through Gael Clichy, he's into the area and Joe Hart has to make a bold save at his near post. 

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    Steve, take a bow.

  84. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Only Joe Hart (12) has made fewer touches than Sergio Aguero so far for Manchester City (16).  

    His heat map below shows he has struggled to have an impact...

  85. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Mario Mandzukic is giving Nicolas Otamendi a horrible evening, bullying him, pushing him all over the place. Otamendi needs to find a way - legal or not - to stop the Croatian from running the show. You don't get many big number nines bossing centre-halves these days. Good to see.


    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    United have a chance now as Anthony Martial latches on to a loose ball and lashes a shot at the heels of Jeroen Zoet. A really very good chance indeed.

  87. Elsewhere in Europe

    Borussia Monchengladbach 1-0 Sevilla

    In the other game in Manchester City's group, Borussia Monchengladbach are ahead at home to Sevilla, Lars Stindl nipping in at the far post to poke home a cross.

    Monchengladbach are third, four points behind Manchester City.

  88. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "PSV look very dangerous on the break. They are getting more time on the ball as United have come off the pace. Every time Locadia picks up the ball down this left-hand side he is causing problems."

  89. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Sloppy from Nani - I mean Memphis - as he coughs up possession to Joshua Brenet. Brenet carries the ball on, and on, and on, into the area and he wins a corner.

    The Dutch side really having a go now.

    Jesse Lingard
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    Anon, via text: I've always loved a quick equaliser, but it takes up too much of my time to say hence quequaliser was born. You're welcome. 

    Monty from Oxfordshire: Apocornerlypse: when a team goes to the corner to run down the clock until the end of the earth. "Into the last 10 and here comes the apocornerlypse" 

    Nice! A stint of penastination could lead to some apocornerlypse no doubt?

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    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    The first whiff of a PSV attack and it's nice, they move the ball swiftly through the lines and when Luuk de Jong tees up Jorrit Hendrix he forces David de Gea into action. Good save!

  93. CLOSE!

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    How has he not scored there?! Daley Blind whips in a corner, pitching on the six-yard line and any decent connection and it's goaltime. Morgan Schneiderlin meets it but can't steer home. 

  94. Post update

    Malmo 0-2 PSG

  95. Post update

    Shakhtar Donetsk 0-1 Real Madrid

    Real Madrid

    All sorts of passing involved in that goal for Real Madrid, but the cross and finish were brilliantly instinctive. Gareth Bale got ahead of the goalkeeper to lift in the cross and Cristiano Ronaldo adjusted himself quickly to head in from an awkward bounce. A nod of acknowledgement from Ronaldo to Bale as the players celebrated.

    That, by the way, was Ronaldo's 68th goal in 68 Champions League games. Not bad, not bad at all...

  96. CLOSE!

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Remember Yaya Toure's goal v Sunderland in the League Cup final? That lazy swing hooking the ball into the top corner? He goes close to a repeat, chipping a ball inches away from the corner. City well in this game - they just need to find a way to stop Paul Pogba. 

    Ya Ya Toure
  97. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    The touch maps for Paul Pogba (left) and Yaya Toure (right) show both midfielders are trying to have an impact in the attacking half.

    The graphics may not show it but Pogba is looking the more effective at the moment...

    Touch maps
  98. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "Ryan Giggs is sitting next to Louis van Gaal now and the current United side are crying out for that kind of player, who can get past players and open doors."


    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Paul Pogba inherited the 10 shirt at Juve this season and he is playing much higher up the pitch then when I've seen him before. He has been absolutely outstanding.

    He starts another move which ends with Mario Mandzukic crashing a shot on goal, Joe Hart has to fly to his left and push away. Jesus Navas is struggling with a knock...

    Paul Pogba
  100. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

  101. Get involved

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Daniel Woodley: Fantastic goal for Juventus. Superb cross and brilliant finish. Delight to watch.

    Fred: That was embarrassing from Otamendi. Went down like a ton of bricks.  

  102. Post update

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    City break well and Yaya Toure finds Kevin de Bruyne flying down the left wing. The Belgian cuts inside and loses the ball.

    Seconds later that man again Paul Pogba breaks into the penalty area and his low cross is hacked off the line. It's the Paul Pogba show.

    Kevin de Bruyne
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    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "What a heavy first touch from Lingard to give the keeper the chance to come out and smoother it. But what a great ball from Wayne Rooney to pick him out on the edge of the box."

  104. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Wayne Rooney doing good work on the right wing - as he was for England the other night - pulling into space and finding Jesse Lingard streaming into the area - but his touch is poor. Chance gone. 

    Jesse Lingard
  105. Get Involved

    Pining for Pogba

    Pogba has been brilliant so far. At the risk of sounding like my grandma - he appears to have grown since I last saw him. 

  106. Elsewhere in Europe

    PSG are running the show in Malmo. Not long after opening the scoring, they add a second, former Manchester United winger Angel Di Maria driving home.

    Meanwhile, Real Madrid are up and running at Shakhtar Donetsk, Gareth Bale lifts a cross into the path of Cristano Ronaldo, who nods in from close range.

    The other Madrid has also scored. Atletico take the lead against Galatasaray as Antoinne Griezmann peels away from his marker to head in from a corner, 1-0.

  107. Goal replay

    Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Mario Manzukic (17) scored with the first shot on target in this game...

    Both of his goals in the Champions League for Juventus this season have come against Manchester City.  

  108. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    That's better from the hosts as Jesse Lingard shovels the ball down the line for Matteo Darmian, adding all the width on the right. He looks up and fires it in hard, early and low, PSV keeper Jeroen Zoet misses it and Wayne Rooney is almost in for a tap-in but a defender is there.

  109. GOAL - Juventus 1-0 Man City

    Mario Mandzukic (18 mins)

    And that is why that Fernandinho miss was so costly - Juve score seconds later!

    Paul Pogba starts it, ghosting past Kevin de Bruyne so easily before finding a man on the left. The cross comes in and Mario Mandzukic shrugs off Nicolas Otamendi to meet it on the volley and steer it home.

    Otamendi thinks he was fouled but he needs to be stronger. 

    Mario Mandzukic scores for Juventus
  110. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Rud van Nistelrooy

    Former Manchester United and PSV striker Ruud van Nistelrooy is in the crowd tonight. Wonder where his loyalties lie?

  111. CLOSE!

    Juventus 0-0 Man City

    What a chance! Kevin de Bruyne puts a cross over from the left, Yaya Toure knocks it back and Fernandinho is in, 10 yards out - and he smashes it over the top!

    A horrible finish. Keep it down and it's a goal. Just before, Paul Pogba had unlocked the City defence with a brilliant piece of skill.

    Yaya Toure and Paul Pogba
  112. How it stands

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    If you didn't know, Wolfsburg won in Moscow earlier this evening and they now top Group B.

    As it stands United are second, a point behind, with PSV a further point back in third. 

  113. High and mighty

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Man Utd pressing their opponents? This average position graphic shows the extent to which they have forced the game on to their opponents in the opening 15 minutes.

    United have still only had one, tame shot on target though.

    Man Utd v PSV
  114. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

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    Nathan in Oxford: How about a noodleknocker for a fan getting hit in the head with the ball, oh dear that fan got hit by a right noodleknocker." 

    Josh in York: Following another 'frubal' run from our self-indulgent striker, I once heard a narked teammate call him 'agnorant' - presumably a toxic mix of arrogant and ignorant... 

  116. Post update

    Nutmeg is a powerful little beast though. I read a book once about the importance of nutmeg during the 1600s. I can't remember the exact details, forgive me, but England basically swapped New York City for an island which had a good crop of the stuff. (Or vice versa).

    Solid decision. 

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    SMS Message: How on earth the word, nutmeg (the hard, aromatic, almost spherical seed of a tropical tree) is related to playing the ball through an opponent's leg is beyond me. from Richard Atherton, Northwich
    Richard Atherton, Northwich

    But this is the beauty of it Richard - not so obvious, but somehow ever so right. 

  118. Light up

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Old Trafford is momentarily a sea of glittering white lights, like a U2 gig as thousands of United fans hold up their phones throughout the seventh minute as a mark of respect to mark the 10th anniversary of George Best's death.

    Old Trafford
  119. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "PSV can't put three passes together at the moment. That is all down to United's work-rate. How long they can keep this up, I don't know. You are asking the whole 11 to keep pressing and hounding."

  120. Elsewhere in Europe

    Malmo 0-1 PSG

    It is the great Zlatan homecoming in Malmo, with PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic getting a huge cheer from the Swedish fans tonight. The French side have just taken the lead, but not via Ibrahimovic. Instead, Adrien Rabiot has headed the visitors into the lead.

  121. CLOSE!

    Juventus 0-0 Man City

    Very open game in Turin, City need a Tiki-tackler in to counteract Paul Pogba. City midfielder Fernandinho flashes a shot wide from 25 yards before Juve have a great chance at the other end - Mario Mandzukic heads wide.

    It has been said so many times but I'll say it again - without Vincent Kompany that City defence is so fragile...

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    Tiki-tackler - strong

  123. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Manchester United have been dominant with a low Bastian Schweinsteiger shot down the middle the closest they have come thus far. 

  124. Post update

    Shakhtar Donetsk 0-0 Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo was pretty anonymous against Barcelona at the weekend, but he almost makes an immediate impression against Shakhtar Donetsk. Luka Modric dinks a smart ball to Ronaldo, who shoots just wide. Solid start by the visitors.

  125. Get Involved

    Your football dictionary

    Richard of Notts: Penastinate: to waste time in extra-time hoping to win the penalty shoot-out. "Both teams are penastinating now."    

    See me after Richard. 10/10.

    This is the standard we want everyone. No more cobbling players' names together. Raise it!

  126. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    Chris Waddle

    BBC Radio 5 live at Old Trafford

    "PSV will have to have a really high tempo in the opening 20-25 minutes to match Manchester United. They are used to bossing matches in Holland."

  127. Post update

    Juventus 0-0 Man City

    Paul Pogba pulls out a pass from the very top drawer, no clowning from him in midfield, he zings a 50-yarder into the run of Paulo Dybala and the striker slashes a shot wide. Lovely from Pogba, a quarterback pass.  

    Paulo Dybala shot
  128. Get involved

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    Ben Harris: The janitor - centre mid who turns up every game, keeps the midfield ticking over but gets no appreciation from fans   

    Martin McHugh: "Clowning". To Clown is to engage in excessive Nutmegging, Stepovers and juggling the ball. Non-effective football.  

    What words do you think should be added to the football dictionary? Tweet to #bbcfootball, text in on 81111 and post your suggestion on the Match of the Day page.  

  129. KICK-OFF

    Man Utd 0-0 PSV

    And up and running at Old Trafford too.

    Manchester United line-up at Old Trafford
  130. KICK-OFF

    Juventus 0-0 Man City

    Under way in Turin!

    Juventus fans
  131. Post update

    Man Utd v PSV (19:45 GMT)

  132. Post update

    Plenty of bungalows about. Always overpriced in my opinion too...

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  134. Post update

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    Manchester City in their Paul Dickov fluo yellow kit tonight, as Juventus fans behind the goal unveil a classic mural. Looks a decent atmosphere!

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    Bobby of Bristol, via text: For the dictionary: Midfender - holding midfielder & Defielder - a forward thinking defender a la David Luiz or early days Rio Ferdinand.

    I like this one. A few midfenders around, Eric Dier the latest...

  136. Post update

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    The stadium announcer has just welcomed Manchester United to Turin...

    That will not go down well.

    Juventus fans
  137. Post update

    Man Utd v PSV (19:45 GMT)

    Old Trafford remarkably quiet just 15 minutes from kick-off. Everyone's staying in the warm until the last minute. Quite right too. 

    Will United have their fans up and cheering soon? LvG has had plenty of stick for selecting a boring team in the past but his line-up today looks very adventurous. 

    Old Trafford
  138. Post update

    All these suggestions based on a player's name remind me of the guy in Kingpin.

    Could the Gerrard be the next 'Munson?'

  139. Get involved

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    Marvic Cordina: Doing a Gerrard; To slip!  

    Peter Grafton: A trampoline - the big guy up top that doesn't have a great first touch but can bang in goals from anywhere.

    What words do you think should be added to the football dictionary? Tweet to #bbcfootball, text in on 81111 and post your suggestion on the Match of the Day Facebook page.  

  140. Eye on top spot

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    Manuel Pellegrini

    Manchester City lead Juventus by a point at the top of Group D and will confirm their place as group winners - and with it a seeding in the draw for the last 16 - with victory in Turin tonight.

    If they do win the group they will avoid another group winner in the knockout stage.

    "Everyone criticised this club about their performances in Europe," said Manuel Pellegrini. "So it's important for us to have achievements and one of those is to qualify for the last 16.

    "Finishing top doesn't mean we'll get an easy draw as it depends on a lot of things."

  141. Get Involved

    Stover - will it catch on?

    This is definitely one of the better ones - and I've seen a few of them in my time.

  142. Say my name, say my name

    Malmo v Paris St-Germain (19:45 GMT)

    Paris St-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he wants fans of his hometown club Malmo to sing his name when he returns tonight.

    "A perfect scenario is that we win, I score three goals and everyone chants my name after the match," he said.

    Ibrahimovic, 34, was born in Malmo and played for the club between 1999 and 2001.

    PSG need a win to secure qualification from Group A.

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Ibrahimovic has never before returned to Malmo to play a competitive game with a club side and, with tickets scarce, he arranged for the game to be shown on a big screen in the city's main square, Stortorget.

    "When the draw was made, I called Malmo FF directly and said 'Book Stortorget,'" he said.

    "It took a while, but then they called back and said it was booked. I want everyone to have a chance to see the game."

  143. Get Involved

    Man Utd v PSV (19:45 GMT)

  144. Post update

    Can't be too many numismatists out there who would be happy with the size of that coin!

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    Antonín Panenka
    Image caption: Antonin Panenka and his fine moustache. Then and now.

    Rich in Wales: How about a "Panenka", meaning an excellent moustache? 

    Tom Davis: Doug Ellis syndrome. Thinking a change is needed without fully anticipating the consequences.

  146. Fear the Old Lady

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    Manchester City have never scored more than one goal against Juventus in five attempts. 

    Juventus are unbeaten in their last 11 Champions League games at home (W7 D4), the last team to beat them on home soil being Bayern Munich back in April 2013.

    Juventus have also kept a clean sheet in each of their first two home games in the competition this season.

    And the Old Lady have lost only one of their last 14 Champions League games (W8 D5). It was a big one though - the 2015 final against Barcelona.

  147. Zlat is back

    Malmo v Paris St-Germain (19:45 GMT)

  148. Keep yourselves warm

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    The City players are out for their warm-up, heavily gloved up on what looks like a chilly night in Turin. Can they keep Sergio Aguero fit, consistently? The title may well depend on it. 

  149. Post update

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

  150. Get Involved

    What no Mata?

    SMS Message: Why is it always Mata that gets dropped? Granted Memphis scored last game and Jesse has been great but it's as if Mata's overall influence goes unnoticed. Not just at United but at Chelsea also. I'd understand if he was very confused right now. from Nick, London
    Nick, London

    If scientists perfect cryogenic freezing, and I awake in a future dystopia like Sly Stallone in Demolition Man, I can guarantee that the debate over whether Juan Mata is over/under-rated will still be raging on...

    Juan Mata
  151. Goals, goals, goals...

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    Sergio Aguero

    Manuel Pellegrini just popped on screen for a quick word. He was as dynamic as ever, saying "it will be a close game between two good teams."


  152. Get well soon

    Man Utd v PSV (19:45 GMT)

    I'm not sure what they're going to do with this after tonight's game but this is a nice touch from some Dutch fans.

    They have had a banner made wishing United left-back Luke Shaw all the best. Shaw, of course, broke his leg in the return game earlier in the season.

  153. Get involved

    Add to the football dictionary

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    Jake Connor: A "Yeboah" - Any goal that goes in off the underside of the bar.

    Snafu: He's done a Rooney, wanted to leave but stayed for the cash!

    Ed Moore: Diabyed - used to describe a player where the use of the phrase "injury-prone" is an understatement.

  154. Get Involved

    Your football dictionary

    To get you started, here's a few new words and phrases we'd like to see take hold.

    Lebowski's Rug - a midfield player who ties everything together. Indispensable.

    Hit Les! - an aimless ball over the top from a centre-back in the vain hope that a centre-forward will get on the end of it.

    Floor-filler - A goal so good that, if it were a song, it would pack the floor of your local discotheque. Unmissable. 

    We're sure you can do better...

  155. Team news

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    Juventus have made two enforced changes to the team that beat AC Milan at the weekend, Leonardo Bonucci coming in for Patrice Evra and Alex Sandro for Hernanes.  

    Juventus: Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini, Lichtsteiner, Sturaro, Marchisio, Pogba, Alex Sandro, Mandzukic, Dybala.  

  156. 'Dressed like a Peruvian panpipe player'

    Man Utd v PSV (19:45 GMT)

    If that headline doesn't draw you in then there's no hope.

    The man in question is of course Memphis Depay. Signed from PSV for mega-money in the summer, scorer against them in September, and scorer again at Watford on Saturday after a spell out of the side.

    Memphis Depay

    He starts tonight (we think) on the left of the three behind Anthony Martial. How good can he be?

    A former coach says he can "be one of the world's great players" in this article.

  157. 'Zlatan's biggest fan'

    Malmo v Paris St-Germain (19:45 GMT)

    Some of our team are in Malmo this evening - and it seems that Zlatan love is everywhere in Malmo...

    To the relief of Nathan's taxi driver, Zlatan starts tonight.

    PSG starting XI: Trapp, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Maxwell, van der Wiel, Thiago Motta, Di María, Matuidi, Rabiot, Cavani, Ibrahimovic.  

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    Have your say by clicking on the vote on this page (read the terms and conditions). The final results will be online soon after it closes at 20:40 GMT.

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  160. The early games

    Wolfsburg on the move

    Igor Akinfeev

    Wolfsburg have moved above Manchester United in Group B after two goals from substitute Andre Schurrle secured a 2-0 win at CSKA Moscow, who cannot progress to the knockout stages. 

    Those goals also mean that CSKA keeper Igor Akinfeev has now conceded in 36 Champions League games in a row. Maybe time to give someone else a crack in goal...

    Meabnwhile, in Kazakhstan, Astana threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Benfica in a 15:00 GMT kick-off.

  161. Tune in!

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    You can watch 5 live Final Score online and on the red button following both the Manchester clubs in Europe and all the other action.

    There is also live commentary of Manchester United v PSV Eindhoven on BBC Radio 5 live and online from 19:45 GMT.

  162. Rafa rings the changes

    Shakhtar Donetsk v Real Madrid (19:45 GMT)

    Rafael Benitez has reacted to Real Madrid 4-0 thumping by Barcelona in El Clasico at the weekend by making seven changes for tonight's game against Shakhtar Donetsk. 

    Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo are two of the four players to keep their place in the side, with Raphael Varane and Luka Modric also retaining their places.

    Real Madrid XI: Casilla, Varane, Pepe, Nacho, Carvajal, Bale, Casemiro, Kovacic, Modric, Isco, Ronaldo  

  163. Elsewhere in Europe

    Zlatan everywhere...

    Real Madrid, fresh from a hammering in El Clasico, face a tester in Ukraine against Shakhtar Donetsk, while in Sweden it's all about Zlatan.

    When is it not? But particularly so this evening as Mr. Ibrahimovic brings his PSG side to Malmo and a match-up with his old club.

    Zlatan comes home
    Malmo Square ahead of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return
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    Your starter for 10....good, but I think we can do better.

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  165. Team News

    Man Utd v PSV (19:45 GMT)

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has sent Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial and Memphis Depay into action together in what, on paper at least, looks an exciting forward line.

    Rooney and Martial return to side as two of four changes from the team that won at Watford at the weekend. Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo come in to defence in place of Phil Jones and Ashley Young. Marouane Fellaini is on the bench.

    Manchester United XI: De Gea, Darmian, Smalling, Rojo, Blind; Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin, Lingard, Rooney, Memphis, Martial.   

    Manchester United
  166. Get Involved

    Your football dictionary

    Thomas Muller
    Image caption: Thomas Muller - in space as usual...

    Manchester City were picked apart by the new industry of Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side on Saturday, as they felt the full force of 'gegenpressing.'

    Nobody really knows what it means, but there's something satisfying about dropping in a new word into the football lexicon.

    The Germans are the kings of the niche phrase. From the brilliant 'Raumdeuter' (Literally a space investigator - used to describe Thomas Muller's knack of finding space) to the sensational 'Anschlusstreffer' (Thegoal that reduces the deficit to one, eg brings the score to 2-1 rather than 2-0).

    Jamie Vardy
    Image caption: Could a player - previously unheralded - who goes on a massive scoring run be called 'a Vardy?'

    South America has bought us the 'rabona' and the Italians 'Catenaccio', but we want you to think of your own.

    They can be pun-based, a phrase you and your mates use and you can't remember why, a port from another sport/game/way of life, a mangling of Ronglish - whatever you like.

    And perhaps most importantly, they can be for the most niche parts of the game, the little details that our language hasn't caught up with.

    What do you call that free-kick that Ronaldo takes, right on the valve of the ball? Should there be a word for a mascot observing a minute's silence? How about a goal that ends a long drought for a striker? What do you call it when a fan gets hit by a ball? What do you call someone who buys half-and-half scarves?

    This is your chance.

    Text your suggestions to 81111 (With your name on!) or tweet us at #bbcfootball.

    The best ones may even get added to the live text commentary style guide...

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  168. Team News

    Juventus v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    Because of numerous injuries Manuel Pellegrini has had to look to his youth team to fill his bench, picking three teenagers. 

    Pablo Maffeo, a Spanish right-back, Tosin Adarabioyo, an English centre-back (both 18) and Bersant Celina, a 19-year-old Norwegian attacking midfielder, would all make their Manchester City debuts if they see action against Juventus.

    Manuel Pellegrini
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