19.45 GMT - Champions League matchday five

Group E

Full-time: CSKA Moscow 1-1 Bayer Leverkusen

Full-time: AS Monaco 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Group F

Full-time: Borussia Dortmund 8-4 Legia Warsaw

Full-time: Sporting Lisbon 1-2 Real Madrid

Group G

Full-time: FC Copenhagen 0-0 FC Porto

Full-time: Leicester City 2-1 Club Brugge

Group H

Full-time: Dinamo Zagreb 0-1 Lyon

Full-time: Sevilla 1-3 Juventus

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That is all we have time for this evening, but be sure to join my IBTimes UK colleague Tony Mogan tomorrow for a second night of live Champions League coverage.

He will guide you through a Group A shootout between Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain and also keep you fully up-to-date with Manchester City's tie against Borussia Monchengladbach. Celtic also entertain the mighty Barcelona in Glasgow.

Goodbye for now.


Monaco's win means they have won Group E with a game to spare. Bayer Leverkusen are also through, as are Real Madrid and Juventus.

Does another stint in the Europa League beckon for Tottenham?


It's a much happier scenario for Leicester, who have secured their place in the first knockout phase. Porto's goalless draw in Copenhagen means that Ranieri's men go through as Group G winners.

Another tremendous milestone for the Foxes to take focus away from the fact that they currently sit just two points above the Premier League's bottom three.

Jamie Vardy and Wes Morgan
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"For a club like Leicester to finish top of our Champions League group is an amazing achievement," said captain Wes Morgan. It's been better than we could have imagined."


Another miserable performance from Tottenham means they are now unable to qualify for the last 16, regardless of what happens in their final match against CSKA Moscow at Wembley in two weeks' time.

Don't let that unbeaten league record fool you, Spurs are a million miles away from where they were last season and Pochettino will have a tough job to lift their spirits ahead of that difficult top-flight trip to in-form London rivals Chelsea on Saturday evening.

Mauricio Pochettino
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Full-time scores

Group E

AS Monaco 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Group F

Borussia Dortmund 8-4 Legia Warsaw

Sporting Lisbon 1-2 Real Madrid

Group G

FC Copenhagen 0-0 FC Porto

Leicester City 2-1 Club Brugge

Group H

Dinamo Zagreb 0-1 Lyon

Sevilla 1-3 Juventus


Goal: Sevilla 1-3 Juventus (Mario Mandzukic)


Eriksen has two chances to deliver late crosses but his efforts are cleared away by Mendy and Carrillo respectively.


Goal: Borussia Dortmund 8-4 Legia Warsaw (Marco Reus)


Four minutes of added time for Tottenham to save their Champions League campaign.


Goal: Sporting Lisbon 1-2 Real Madrid (Karim Benzema)


Goal: Sevilla 1-2 Juventus (Leonardo Bonucci)



Kane's shot is spilled by Subasic and cleared behind. Eriksen's corner reaches Alli at the back post, but his volley is drilled wide.

Time is running out for Tottenham.


Sporting may just have ruined Ronaldo's Lisbon homecoming. Adrien scores a penalty after Fabio Coentrao is penalised for handball.




Goal: Borussia Dortmund 7-4 Legia Warsaw (Nemanja Nikolic)


Goal: Borussia Dortmund 7-3 Legia Warsaw (Felix Passlack)


Goal: Sporting Lisbon 1-1 Real Madrid (Adrien Silva)


Real Madrid have provided an update on the injury that forced Gareth Bale's early substitution against Sporting Lisbon.

The La Liga leaders face Sporting Gijon this weekend before high-profile games against Barcelona and Dortmund. As Champions League holders, they then travel to Japan for the 2016 Fifa Club World Cup.



Lloris to the rescue yet again for Spurs. This time he parries a powerful strike from Falcao.

With his final substitution of the night, Pochettino withdraws Winks in favour of Sissoko.

Monaco have made a change up front, replacing Germain with Guido Carrillo.



Goal: Dinamo Zagreb 0-1 Lyon (Alexandre Lacazette)


Tottenham push forward in search of an equaliser, but Eriksen's initial strike is deflected behind and Dier's subsequent header is cleared by Lemar. It looked to be heading wide anyway.


What an incredible point-blank reflex save from Lloris to deny Germain after an enticing free-kick from the left sails over the head of Falcao.

That was sensational goalkeeping.


Red card: Joao Pereira (Sporting Lisbon)