- Man Utd leave it late against Young Boys to qualify
- Man City twice come from behind to draw at Lyon
- Tottenham and Liverpool have must-win games on Wednesday
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There is 5 live commentary of PSG v Liverpool and BBC Radio London will have commentary of Tottenham's match. And, of course, we will have live text commentary covering both matches.
There will also be live text comms on the Championship games.
The two English sides playing later are faced with pretty much must-win games.
Tottenham are third in Group B, three points behind Inter Milan, and must beat the Italians to keep their qualification hopes alive before heading to Barcelona in their final game.
Liverpool are at Paris St-Germain who trail the Reds and Napoli by a point in Group C.
PSG's chances of a first Champions League title will end for another year if they lose to Liverpool and Italian side Napoli win at home to Red Star Belgrade.
Liverpool, who lost to Real Madrid in last year's final, will go through if they win and Red Star do not beat Napoli.
The Reds then face Napoli at home in their final match.
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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says that the Champions League is definitely "not easy" after his side's 2-2 draw at Lyon.
"Today the Champions League showed me again that it's a different competition, the players are better, the demands are so high," he said.
"They have weapons on set-pieces, defensively are so strong, they have quality up front.
"When people say it's easy for the Champions League, you cannot imagine how confused people are.
"After losing the first game, here was not a surprise. But in February we'll be there, another year for City. We can focus on the Premier League and try to compete against the best teams in Europe when February comes."
- After failing to get out of the group in their first two Champions League campaigns, Man City have reached the knockout stage in each of the last six seasons.
- Lyon are unbeaten in their first five group-stage games in the Champions League for the first time since 2008-09.
- Sergio Aguero has scored in each of his last six Champions League away appearances - only Cristiano Ronaldo (12) has a longer scoring streak on the road.
- Maxwel Cornet has scored in both of his Champions League appearances versus Manchester City (3 goals).
- David Silva has provided more assists for Man City in the Champions League than any other player (9).
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Lyon twice took second-half leads before City rescued a draw which ensures qualification for the last 16 with one game to spare.
The French side wasted several clear-cut chances before Maxwel Cornet rifled in an angled drive to give them an early second-half lead.
City defender Aymeric Laporte quickly levelled with a header but Cornet fired in again to put Lyon on top of Group F.
However, Sergio Aguero reacted quickest to flick in a header two minutes later to ensure City remain in pole position to top the group.
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They don't know when they're defeated these days, do they?
Twice City found themselves a goal and twice they fought back to draw 2-2 in Lyon.
Manager Pep Guardiola says Lyon were "one of the toughest teams" City had ever faced.
Irrespective of the result, his team had qualified as a result of Shakhtar's win over Hoffenheim.
The Premier League champions are favourites to win the competition, with Barcelona second favourites.
Mollie: Wagner running down the touchline when Hefele scored a late winner for Huddersfield against Leeds during the promotion season!
Either way, Jose Mourinho accepts Manchester United are not amongst the favourites to win the competition.
He said: "Realistically to be in the last 16 is an achievement. Not a big one but in this group, with Juventus and Valencia, we could have finished third.
"There are better teams left in the competition than us. Teams with more quality and more realistic ambitions. At this moment we will finish second and get a team that won the group; Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, the best teams in the world.
"But when a team reaches the quarter-final anything can happen."
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Kieran Hughes: Fergie’s reaction to Rooney’s overhead kick was so good
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He has been Manchester United's Get Out Of Jail Free card for a fair while now.
On Tuesday, the Spaniard produced another exceptional save to keep the score at 0-0.
Rumours persist of him leaving Old Trafford with his contract set to expire in the summer, although the club have an option to extend to 2020.
Mourinho said: "He is a world-class player; the best goalkeeper in the world.
"I know he wants to stay and the agent wants to do what the player wants. The board want him to stay and are working on that."
Iam takuayady17: Pep against Southampton last season
So. The good news for Manchester United is that they are in the last 16 of the Champions League.
The bad news is that they will almost certainly finish runners-up to Juventus in Group H.
That means they will have to play a group winner in the next round - that can't be Juventus, or any other English team.
As it presently stands that means either Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Napoli, Borussia Dortmund or Porto.
It could change but out of that lot, I suspect Jose Mourinho would prefer a return to his old club Porto.
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Mourinho most likely did not hear what BT Sport presenter Gary Lineker said about his reaction to Marcus Rashford's miss early on in the match.
In case you missed it, Links said: "If I saw my manager react like that, I would be absolutely livid.
"Turn to the crowd and your own bench and shake your head in disgust at one of your own players, let alone a youngster. You just don’t do that as a coach."
Here are Mourinho's comments on TV pundits, post-match:
"Can myself or another manager have a reaction of frustration? I would invite that people to sit on the bench as managers.
"But I think maybe it's better to have lots of holidays in Barbados and go to the television screen and touch the electronic dummies.
"I think it's much, much, much more comfortable than being on the touchline like we managers we are.
"I am pretty sure that a proper football manager would never criticise another one for emotional reactions on the touchline because it's deja vu for them. For the ones that have a nice life, it's different."