- PSG top Group A thanks to their superior goal difference in their head-to-head with Arsenal with one group match remaining.
- Manchester City reach the knock-out stages of the Champions League for the fourth consecutive season.
- Barcelona qualify as group winners with Celtic's hopes of clinching a Europa League spot now over.
Teams qualified for las 16 stage of Champions League: Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Monaco, Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid, Leicester City, Juventus
Full-time: Celtic 0-2 Barcelona
Barcelona qualify for the knockout stages as group winners.
Full-time: Arsenal 2-2 Paris Saint-Germain
PSG top group A with one match remaining thanks to their superior goal difference in their head-to-head with Arsenal.
Full-time: Borussia Monchengladbach 1-1 Manchester City
Verratti holds off his man and slides a fantastic ball in for Ben Arfa just inside the box but his effort from close range is charged down by Koscielny. Three minutes of time added on here.
Arsenal vs PSG is beginning to resemble to knackered heavyweights throwing tired, mistimed hooks at each other.
Just a reminder, a win for Arsenal will see them top Group A thanks to what would be their superior head-to-head record over PSG.
Cavani misses another one! Lucas, who has been outstanding tonight, whips a sublime ball in from the right that Cavani meets with a diving header, but diverts it the wrong side of the post!
What a chance for PSG to score again! It's brilliant work from Lucas who races past two Arsenal players to prod a ball through for the striker, nearly getting clattered himself in the process. It leaves Cavani one-on-one but he tries to chip the onrushing Ospina, who plucks it out of the sky with ease. Woeful effort, that chip looked to be going wide anyway.
PSG are level again! Hatem Ben Arfa swings a corner out to Moura who does brilliantly to peel off Jenkinson and head it back across goal. It looks like a straight forward catch for Ospina, but a deflection off Iwobi diverts it into the back of the net! That will be another own goal.
Goal! Arsenal 2-2 PSG (Lucas Moura, 76)
Verratti takes too long on the ball and Giroud impressively wins it off him about 30 yards out from goal. The Italy international is too busy appealing for a foul as Giroud spreads the ball wide to Sanchez, who whips it into the far post for the onrushing Ramsey but the Welshman can't quite stretch far enough to claim it.
Diego Simeone's side are cruising now with Antoine Griezmann doubling his side's lead with a cool finish after some tireless pressing up the field from Tiago.
Goal! Atletico Madrid 2-0 PSV Eindhoven (Antoine Griezmann, 63)
Man City's numerical advantage has been wiped out but I'm not quite sure for what. Fernandinho is shown a red... but it can't have just been for pulling his opponent's shirt, surely? It was on the half-way line with the home side coming forward but City had plenty of their own men back.
RED CARD - Fernandinho (Manchester City)
Arsenal take the lead! A ball in from the right from Jenkinson causes havoc inside the box as it pinballs off everyone in sight before crashing off the shins of Verratti and into the back of the net. Arsenal were wretched for the first 44 minutes of this game, but now they lead.
Goal! Arsenal 2-1 PSG (Marco Verratti, 59)
Barcelona have doubled their lead from the penalty spot with Lionel Messi making no mistake from 12 yards out. It came after Izaguirre wrestled Suarez to the ground inside the box; the referee had little choice but to award the spot kick.
Elsewhere tonight, Atletico Madrid have finally broken the deadlock against PSV Eindhoven with Kevin Gameiro lashing home after a neat one two with Antoine Griezmann.
Goal! Celtic 0-2 Barcelona (Lionel Messi. 54)
PSG denied by the crossbar! A poor touch from Koscielny invites Lucas to scamper onto the loose ball until he is caught late by the Frenchman, who earns himself a booking. The Brazilian takes on the free kick from almost 30 yards out but his terrific effort hits the top of the bar and bounces over.
Goal! Atletico Madrid 1-0 PSV Eindhoven (Kevin Gameiro, 55)
Another good chance falls Moussa Dembele's way! Forrest picks out the Frenchman with a fine ball but the Celtic striker's effort is straight at ter Stegen who makes a comfortable save.
It's all going wrong for Gladbach at the moment. They are down to 10 men now after Lars Stindl is shown a second yellow after catching Nicolas Otamendi off the ball.