Group A:

Full time: Malmo FF 0-2 Atletico Madrid - Full time: Juventus 3-2 Olympiakos

Group B:

Full time: Real Madrid 1-0 Liverpool - Full time: FC Basel 4-0 Ludogorets Razgrad

Group C:

Full time: Zenit St Petersburg 1-2 Bayer Leverkusen - Full time: Benfica 1-0 Monaco

Group D

Full time: Borussia Dortmund 3-1 Galatasaray - Full time: Arsenal 3-3 Anderlecht

Alexis Sanchez
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21:40: Arsenal throw away the chance to become the first Premier League club to book their place in the Champions League last 16 after relinquishing a three goal lead to Belgian club Anderlecht. Anthony Vanden Borre scored twice and Aleksander Mitrovic the eventual leveller to shock the Gunners who look so comfortable for so long.

Liverpool meanwhile have huffed and puffed with an under-strength team but eventually succumbed to Karim Benzema first half goal as Real Madrid strolled into the last 16. Though Brendan Rodgers will be questioned over his selection, his second string come away with some credit after holding Real at bay for so long.

Well, that's all we've got time for on this Champions League live text. We will return to following Chelsea and Manchester City tomorrow night but until then, goodbye.

21:34: Amazing. Anderlecht have turned it around and draw level in the final minute of normal time at the Emirates. A cross from the right finds Mitrovic on the run and after beating Mertesacker to the ball he powers a header beyond Szczesny.

Goal: Arsenal 3-3 Anderlecht (Aleksander Mitrovic)

Goal: Borussia Dortmund 4-1 Galatasaray (Semih Kaya own goal)

Andy Kawaya clips the bar as Arsenal hang on at the Emirates Stadium. What price that there would only be a goal in both of the English clubs' matches tonight? Less than five minutes remaining in both.

Goal: Benfica 1-0 Monaco (Talisca)

Goal: Malmo FF 0-2 Atletico Madrid (Raul Garcia)

Goal: Borussia Dortmund 3-1 Galatasaray (Ciro Immobile)

21:18: Anderlecht continue to claw their way back into the game as Monreal fouls Mitrovic in the box and Vanden Borre steps up to send Szcesney the wrong way. Game on.

Goal: Arsenal 3-2 Anderlecht (Anthony Vanden Borre)

Penalty for Anderlecht

Goal: Borussia Dortmund 2-1 Galatasaray (Hakan Balta)

Goal: FC Basel 4-0 Ludogorets Razgrad (Marek Suchy)

Goal: Juventus 3-2 Olympiakos (Paul Pogba)

21:10: Has Brendan Rodgers justified fielding a weakened team tonight? Well after over an hour Liverpool have held their own and have even begun to threaten in the final third. Lallana and Borini have both had effort on goal and we're about to see the supporting cast enter the fray. Raheem Sterling and Steven Gerrard on for the Reds.

Goal: Juventus 2-2 Olympiakos (Roberto own goal)

21:07: Even with the thick end of half an hour left you feel this is nothing more than a consolation for Anderlecht who get their goal as Vanden Borree touches home from close range, and an offside position as it goes, to deny Arsenal a clean sheet.

Goal: Juventus 1-2 Olympiakos (Delvin N'Dinga)

Goal: Arsenal 3-1 Anderlecht (Anthony Vanden Borre)

Goal: FC Basel 3-0 Ludogorets Razgrad (Shkelzen Gashi)

21:02: Arsenal home and dry and heading into the last 16. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wins the ball back, drives past two players and into the area, where he finds the net with aplomb. Wonderful third goal for the Gunners.

Goal: Arsenal 3-0 Anderlecht (Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain)

Goal: Borussia Dortmund 2-0 Galatasaray (Sokratis Papastathopoulos)

20:58: Some disturbing reports from Germany where the game has been temporarily halted as Galatasarasy players have to plead with supporters to resist from throwing flares onto the pitch. You may remember similar scenes during their visit to Arsenal earlier in the group phase, after which the club were fined €30,000.

20:51: Arsenal so close to going three up. Danny Welbeck is denied at the near post but when the ball comes back in Gibbs finds Oxlade-Chamberlain and Vanden Borre gets himself between ball and goal and prevents the Belgian's falling further behind.

20:45: Craving some second half inspiration after a lacklustre first half. Can Arsenal pull futher away from Anderlecht? Could Liverpool spring a second half surprise against Real Madrid? Second halfs of our seven games on the way.

20:35: So half time across Europe and all in all it's been pretty routine. Arsenal lead but two against plucky Anderlecht, with Danny Welbeck and Alexis Sanchez getting on the scoresheet, while Real Madrid lead Liverpool by a Karim Benzema goal. Atletico Madrid, FC Basel and Borussia Dortmund are also ahead on what has been a low key night in the Champions League. What can ignite it?

Goal: FC Basel 2-0 Ludogorets Razgrad (Derlis Gonzalez)

Goal: Borussia Dortmund 1-0 Galatasaray (Marco Reus)

Goal: FC Basel 1-0 Lugogorets Razgrad (Breel Embolo)

Anderlecht might be two down but they continue to threaten and again Praet sees his shot deflected behind, this time by Mertesacker. In Madrid, Ronaldo's free-kick from range is beaten out by Mignolet.

Goal: Malmo FF 0-1 Atletico Madrid (Koke)

20:16: If you are looking for the goal of the night, search no further than Alex Sanchez's goal against Andrlecht. The Chilean hits a tame free-kick straight at the Anderlecht but when the ball comes back on the full he hits a first time volley which flies past Proto. His fifth goal in three games and what a way to get it.

Goal: Arsenal 2-0 Anderlecht (Alexis Sanchez)

20:14: After a slow start, a flurry of activity in both London and Madrid. first, Arsenal take a grip of their Champions League group with the opener against Anderlecht. Danny Welbeck is clumsily fouled in the box and Mikel Arteta steps up to net his 50th goal in English football. In Madrid, the home side take the lead in a flash. Marcelo crosses towards the back post and Benzema taps home.

Goal: Real Madrid 1-0 Liverpool (Karim Benzema)

Goal: Arsenal 1-0 Anderlecht (Mikel Arteta)

Penalty for Arsenal

Goal: Juventus 1-1 Olympiakos (Botia)

Goal: Juventus 1-0 Olympiakos (Andrea Pirlo)

20:09: A response from the home side as Alexis Sanchez strikes the post from a tight angle. Liverpool meanwhile still holding their own at the Bernabeu, even if Real are growing as an attacking force.

20:05: Arsenal have been very sloppy in the opening minutes and they should be behind. The ball bounces the way of Sacha Kljestan on the edge of the Gunners box, he goes on, commits Keiran Gibbs only to see Szczesny smoother his close range shot.

19:55: Anderlecht almost take another unlikely leat. Praet capitalises on Welbeck's error and shoots from range but Mertesacker deflects the ball into the side netting. In Madrid, Mignolet turns Ronaldo's effort over the bar.

19:52: Don't tell anyone, but Liverpool have started rather well in Madrid, showing decent composure in midfield where Joe Allen and Emre Can are operating in tandem. Long way to go, but this is an impressive start.

19:46: Under way across Europe. All the goals as they go in.

19:43: Arsenal are also in action tonight and they will qualify for the knock-out stage if they beat Anderlecht and Borussia Dortmund prevent defeat to Galatasaray. Updates from throughout Europe and all the goals on the way...

19:41: Brendan Rodgers speaking on ITV: "I'd be surprised if they're [the fans] disappointed, we've got a strong team for the game."

19:36: Interesting footnote ahead of tonight's games, Uefa article 4.01 d) says "participating clubs agree to field their strongest team throughout the competition. Though Liverpool are obligated to enter a squad into the Champions League, will Uefa deem tonight's selection breaks the above regulation? This has some legs this story you feel.

19:33: No doubt that Brendan Rodgers faces waves of criticism should Liverpool be thrashed in Madrid tonight. Grasping the logic of resting players in the Champions League in order to improve the club's chances to qualifying for next season's competition is close to impossible. You never know, Liverpool might surprise us both tonight and on Saturday against Chelsea but the likelyhood is Rodgers will be facing questions over his team selection over the next few days. Any pressure he might be been under from Liverpool fans, might have swelled a touch.

19:17: No doubt that the headlines around tonight's team news have been created by Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool who have made seven alterations from the 1-0 weekend loss to Newcastle United. Steven Gerrard, Raheem Sterling and Philippe Coutinho are the headline omissions, with Fabio Borini leading the attack. Real have the luxury of leaving Gareth Bale on the bench but Cristiano Ronaldo starts again as he attempts to overhaul Raul as the Champions League's highes goalscorer. He needs two tonight to eclipse the Spaniard.

For Arsenal, there is just one change from the victory over Burnley as Aaron Ramsey continues his return from injury and replaces Mathieu Flamini. Theo Walcott is denied a first start since January but expect to see him at some stage as his recovery from a knee injury continues. Anderlecht, who have arrived late at the Emirates Stadium after being stuck in north London traffic, start with goalscorer from the first game in Belgium, Andy Najar.

19:08: Team news:

Arsenal v Anderlecht

Arsenal: Szczesny, Chambers, Mertesacker, Monreal, Gibbs, Arteta, Ramsey, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cazorla, Alexis, Welbeck

Anderlecht: Proto; Deschacht, Najar, Praet, Defour, Acheampong, Mbemba, Heylen, Tielemans, Vanden Borre, Mitrovic

Real Madrid v Liverpool

Real Madrid: Casillas, Arbeloa, Ramos, Varane, Marcelo, Modric, Kroos, Isco, James, Benzema, Ronaldo

Liverpool: Mignolet; Manquillo, Toure, Skrtel, Moreno; Lucas, Can, Allen, Lallana; Markovic, Borini

19:00: With the halfway point in the Champions League group stage reached, this week can see a host of sides book their place in the last 16. Arsenal can become the first Premier League side to book a place in the knock-out phase with victory over Anderlecht and a positive results for Borussia Dortmund at Galatasaray, but Liverpool are fighting for their lives and travel to holders Real Madrid. Captain Steven Gerrard is among a host of first team players rested from the start at the Bernabeu ahead of the league visit of Chelsea and could that come back to haunt Brendan Rodgers, who is being confronted with some pressure from the Anfield support. All the goals from across Europe as they go in of course, with particular attention on the English duo.