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After another eventful evening of highs and lows, the number of Champions League contenders was whittled down to 16 and we take a look back at how all of the drama unfolded.

Goal takes a pictorial look at a day of contrasting emotions in the Champions League as AC Milan and Schalke book their places in the knockout stages, while Juventus and Napoli are dramatically forced to settle for a place in the Europa League.


Following Tuesday's postponed game, Galatasaray edges Juventus in a lunchtime kickoff


Schalke and Basel duke it out in Gelsenkirchen for a place in the knockout stages


The supporters of Marseille reveal their own tribute to Nelson Mandela at the Velodrome


A fiery encounter at San Siro as European giants AC Milan and Ajax go head to head


Mark Schwarzer, 41, becomes the oldest Champions League debutant in history


Chelsea captain John Terry flies into a challenge on Steaua Bucharest's Federico Piovaccari


Souleymane Diawara equalizes for Olympique de Marseille against Borussia Dortmund


Demba Ba directs the ball home from close range to give Chelsea the lead


Diego Costa rounds Helton to add a second goal for Atletico Madrid against Porto


Austria Vienna end its nation's run of 12 years without a Champions League victory


Ajax can't take advantage of the extra man as AC Milan goes through to last 16 with a 0-0 draw


Agony as Napoli crashes out despite beating Arsenal and finishing the group with 12 points


Joy for Neymar as he finds his Champions League shooting boots with a treble against Celtic


Georgios Samaras and Gerard Pique embrace after Celtic's 6-1 drubbing at Camp Nou


Leading light Dortmund takes top spot in Group F after beating Marseille

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