- Sergio Aguero becomes Manchester City's all-time leading goalscorer as a thrilling 4-2 win over Napoli sees the club qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League
- Pep Guardiola's side overturn early deficit against the unbeaten Serie A leaders to maintain their 100% start to the competition thanks to efforts from Nicolas Otamendi, John Stones, Aguero and Raheem Sterling
- Liverpool remain top of Group E after breaking down a more resilient Maribor team at Anfield
- Mohamed Salah, Emre Can and substitute Daniel Sturridge all net in the second half at Anfield
- James Milner sees a penalty saved by Jasmin Handanovic
- Recap: Tottenham 3-1 Real Madrid
That is all for this particular blog, thanks for following along. IBTimes UK will be back tomorrow evening to bring you live coverage of a Europa League double-header as managerless Everton visit Lyon and Arsenal entertain Red Star Belgrade.
Until then, it's goodbye.
It took a while for Liverpool to break down Maribor this time around, but once they did there was no looking back despite that latest penalty miss. That comfortable win keeps Klopp's side top of Group E before a tricky trip to Sevilla in three weeks.
City come out on top again in another memorable clash with Napoli and Aguero finally has the honour of being the club's all-time leading goal-getter. The last 16 awaits.
Sevilla 2-1 Spartak Moscow
Shakhtar Donetsk 3-1 Feyenoord
FC Porto 3-1 RB Leipzig
Borussia Dortmund 1-1 Apoel Nicosia
Goal: Porto 3-1 RB Leipzig (Maxi Pereira)
Napoli 2-4 Manchester City
A stoppage-time effort from Sterling - his 10th of the season already - adds further gloss to the scoreline for City.
The Premier League leaders are sailing through to the last 16 in some style.
Goal: Napoli 2-4 Manchester City (Raheem Sterling)
Liverpool 3-0 Maribor
Liverpool are allowed too much time to work a short corner as we enter three minutes of added time.
Rajcevic's slight touch takes Suler out of the game and substitute Sturridge is on hand to thrash home from close range.
Goal: Liverpool 3-0 Maribor (Daniel Sturridge)
Milner determinedly crashes his way through the Maribor defence and ends up winning yet another Liverpool corner that is cleared away by Milec.
Klopp replaces Firmino with Marko Grujic. Milanic's third and final change sees Dino Hotic make way for Valon Ahmedi.
A certain Cristiano Ronaldo has pulled one back for Real Madrid at Spurs. A consolation effort, or the start of a thrilling late comeback?
Goal: Sevilla 2-1 Spartak Moscow (Ze Luis)
Not too much to report from Anfield, where Sturridge, without a Champions League goal in almost seven years, has replaced Salah.
Aguero curls his 178th goal in sky blue beyond Pepe Reina to hand City back the lead in Naples and also finally move clear of Eric Brook as the club's all-time leading scorer.
What an achievement for the Argentine, sealed in the former home of Diego Maradona no less.
Goal: Napoli 2-3 Manchester City (Sergio Aguero)
Goal: Shakhtar Donetsk 3-1 Feyenoord (Marlos)
Gregor Bajde for Bohar is Maribor's second change.
Flickers of life from Maribor as Milec bursts forward and gets around Matip before an awful pass from Bohar inside the Liverpool box kills the attack stone dead.
Milec's long-distance shot is then saved by Karius, who has been a mere spectator for most of the evening.
Jorginho levels for Napoli from 12 yards after Sane is penalised for a foul on Raul Albiol.
Goal: Napoli 2-2 Manchester City (Jorginho)
Incredibly, it's now 3-0 to Tottenham at Wembley. Christian Eriksen scores.