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Summary

  1. Christian Eriksen is the match-winner for Spurs
  2. Liverpool face a nervy battle to reach the knockout stage
  3. Barcelona top Group B after beating PSV
  4. Ten goals, two disallowed and a red card as Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest draw
  5. Have your say on the night's action. #bbcfootball or text 81111

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That's it for now.

    You can keep up with all the latest sporting news on the BBC Sport website and BBC Radio 5 Live.

    Enjoy your day!

  2. Europa League latest

    Then at 20:00 GMT, Chelsea, who have already qualified for the last 32, host Paok Salonika while Rangers are at home to Villarreal.

    Steven Gerrard's side are just one point behind the Spanish side with two games remaining in Group G.

    Spartak Moscow are level with Rangers, with Rapid Vienna just two points off top spot in a very tight group.

    Steven Gerrard
  3. Europa League latest

    There are four British teams in action in the Europa League later.

    First up are Celtic and Arsenal at 17:55 GMT - Celtic are away to Rosenborg while the Gunners are up against Vorskla Poltava in a game which has been moved from Poltava to Kiev.

    First-team players such as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mesut Ozil and Lucas Torreira have not travelled to Ukraine with more unfamiliar names of Charlie Gilmour, Zech Medley and Dejan Iliev taking their place.

    Unai Emery
  4. 'We won't be pushing for anything'

    And the managers have given their side of the story as well.

    Rams boss Frank Lampard said of the incident: "Joe Allen and Gary Rowett just said there wasn't much in it [the alleged incident], I haven't seen it again, so I can't give any information other than that."

    Counterpart Gary Rowett, speaking immediately after the game, said: "Originally someone said to me Bradley Johnson's bit Joe Allen.

    "I've spoken to Joe Allen, he's said nothing problematic, and the referee. We certainly won't be pushing for anything and I hope no-one else does."

  5. Allen has his say

    However, Allen has said he was not bitten in the incident.

    "It might look a certain way but he hasn't bit me," he said.

    "He might have got a little bit of the shirt but nothing that I'm worried about and I don't think it should go any further that that."

    Joe Allen is held back
  6. Controversy at Stoke

    The other interesting story from the Championship on Wednesday night comes from the game between Stoke and Derby, which Stoke won 2-1 and a clash between Stoke's Joe Allen and Bradley Johnson of Derby.

    Johnson grabbed Allen's shirt with his teeth in a melee after Stoke midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo was sent off.

    Both players were booked for their part in the incident.

    Joe Allen and Bradley Johnson
  7. Sanchez to leave Manchester United?

    Alexis Sanchez apparently wants to leave Manchester United.

    Southampton have held talks with former QPR and Leicester manager Paulo Sousa about replacing Mark Hughes.

    Bayern Munich are planning a January move for Chelsea's England Under-17 World Cup winner Callum Hudson-Odoi, 18.

    Read more in the latest football gossip column.

    Alexis Sanchez
  8. Football Daily podcast

    You can catch up with all of Wednesday's Champions League reaction with the 5 Live Football Daily podcast.

    Kelly Cates, Stephen Warnock and Mark Lawrenson react to Liverpool's defeat and Spurs's win.

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  9. Villa Park - what they said

    Aston Villa boss Dean Smith said his side were 'devastated' at conceding the fifth goal but tried to look on the bright side by pointing out that his side had 26 attempts on goal compared to eight for the visitors.

    His opposite number Aitor Karanka described it as a 'crazy' game.

    Aston Villa's John McGinn
  10. Ten goals, a sending off and high drama

    Forest had led 2-0 and 3-2 in the first half but Tobias Figueiredo's sending off allowed Villa to level it at 4-4 and the home side then took the lead for the first time when Anwar El Ghazi curled in to make it 5-4.

    However, Lewis Grabban's near-post finish earned Forest a remarkable late point as they scored from all five of their efforts on target.

    There could have been more in the closing stages - first El Ghazi was adjudged to have used his hand and then Abraham's stoppage-time effort was ruled out for offside.

    Aston Villa celebrate
  11. Abraham on target in Villa thriller

    While there was a certain amount of excitement in the Champions League games, if it was thrills and spills you want, then the Championship was the place to find it.

    First stop, Villa Park where Tammy Abraham scored four times for the home side.

    But it wasn't enough as they could only draw 5-5 against Nottingham Forest.

    Tammy Abraham
  12. Get Involved

    Gary W: If Veratti should have seen red then so should Lamela. His two-footed lunge was worse and this coming from a player who is on his way to Neymar levels of diving.

  13. Post update

    And Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn has also weighed in about the goings-on in Paris on Wednesday night...

    View more on twitter
  14. Get Involved

    Here is what you've been saying about the Spurs game...

    Sam: Spurs deserve the praise they are receiving at the moment as they are in good form and playing well. They are currently better than arsenal and have had to wait 30 years to get there. As a Spurs fan I'm enjoying the moment and long may it continue!

    CiderMan: We have a fantastic set of players but Eriksen is the gem with his sixth footballing sense. We'll probably lose him to either of the 3 big European spenders so just enjoy what he brings to the team.

    CTID: I can see Barcelona putting out a weakened team when Spurs play them, and Spurs getting a result but will it be enough?

  15. 'Respect' for Barcelona

    The final game in Group B for Spurs is away at Barcelona who guaranteed they will finish top of the group by beating PSV Eindhoven with goals from Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique.

    Mauricio Pochettino's side must now match Inter's result at home to PSV to go through.

    "We have big respect for Barcelona, but we have belief that we can win," said the manager.

    Spurs celebrate
  16. Eriksen to the rescue

    Things are a bit more simple for Spurs after substitute Christian Eriksen struck with 10 minutes left to score the only goal at Wembley.

    Earlier, Harry Winks struck the bar and Jan Vertonghen headed wide while Inter had opportunities of their own with Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris saving from Ivan Perisic.

    Christian Eriksen
  17. Get Involved

    Text: 81111 or #bbcfootball

    JMS: Verrati should have gone. However Milner kicks his way through most games and it was obvious what Klopp's plan was. Kick em as hard as you can. Milner and Winaldjum could also have gone.

    joey707: Although not a fan I do like watching Liverpool and I wanted to see them progress at the expense of PSG. I'm disgusted by the PSG player's antics. Football needs some radical rule changes.

    Googly: I hope Neymar is receiving the very best medical care. He was in agony so many times yet managed to soldier on.

  18. What do Liverpool need to do to go through?

    Liverpool face Napoli at Anfield in their final group game on 11 December and this is what they now need to do to progress in the competition.

    According to Champions League rules, if teams are tied on points in the group stage, they are separated by the head-to-head record between sides.

    Napoli beat Liverpool 1-0 at home in the reverse game. If PSG beat Red Star in their final game, they will progress, meaning Liverpool need the following against Napoli:

    • A 1-0 win will take them through on goals scored in the group stage
    • A win by two or more goals will take them through, courtesy of a better head-to-head record.
    • However, a 2-1 or 3-2 win will see them go out as Napoli will have scored an away goal or goals, so will progress on the head-to-head record.

    Simple!

    Sadio Mane
  19. Should Verratti been sent off?

    Klopp was also unhappy that PSG midfielder Marco Verratti stayed on the pitch after a high tackle on Joe Gomez.

    The referee said it merited only a yellow card.

    Klopp said: "Everybody has eyes, everybody could see it but it is only a story if I see it. I don't believe that.

    "For me, it is a red card, but it changes nothing. I do not care, I had a very good view of it and it was for sure not just another yellow card."

    Verratti on Gomez
  20. 'We were made to look like butchers'

    There were eight yellow cards in the game - six for Liverpool players - and they conceded 20 fouls, compared to 12 from PSG.

    The French side took advantage of the situation and were slow to get back to their feet after fouls, which Jurgen Klopp was not happy about.

    "We won the fair play award two times in England and tonight we looked like butchers with the number of yellow cards," he said.

    "It was clever of PSG, especially Neymar, but a lot of other players went down like there was something serious."

    Neymar