Check out some of the most interesting European action on Tuesday, as Juventus slipped to bottom, Man City thrashed CSKA and Man Utd were held in Spain
dropping to bottom of their group, Bayern Munich
and Manchester City
reaching the last 16 and Manchester United
being held to a draw by Real Sociedad
made for an exciting Champions League matchday.
One of the most interesting sights in Tuesday night's European action was Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio trying to blend in badly as Paris Saint-Germain needed Zlatan Ibrahimovic to salvage a draw at home to Anderlecht.
Elsewhere there was plenty more going on and below Goal
rounds up the top snippets of footballing action in pictures...Double trouble | Republic of Ireland's new coaching duo attend Man Utd's game for a punditry commitmentSpot on | Sergio Aguero gives Man City an early lead after David Silva is brought down in the areaFireworks | Bonfire night celebrations lit up the sky as a seven-goal thriller entertained the EtihadJuventus hope | Vidal scores from the spot as Bianconeri fans start to believe they can beat Real MadridTunnel vision | Moyes emerges at Real Sociedad looking tense ahead of Man Utd's matchBigmouth strikes again | Ibrahimovic equalised for PSG after Anderlecht had taken a surprise lead
Group A was a thoroughly goalless affair as Manchester United failed to take their gilt-edged chances and drew 0-0 with Real Sociedad, while Bayer Leverkusen and Shakhtar Donetsk fans suffered through a stalemate.
Group D saw Bayern and Man City qualify at Viktoria Plzen and CSKA Moscow's expense, while Group C sees a three-way tussle between Copenhagen, Galatasaray and Juventus for the second place behind all-but qualified Real Madrid.
Group B remains somewhat in the balance when it comes to who will finish second, but it would take a minor miracle to deny PSG a spot in the last 16 of the continental competition.
Manolas mauls Benfica | He gave Olympiakos a crucial Group C advantage with his goal in the 1-0 winFellaini sees red | Another under-par performance was capped off with a deserved second bookingSuper Mario Mandzukic | The striker fired reigning champions Bayern into the round of 16Van Persie vs The Post | The striker struck the woodwork for the second time off the bench from the spotNot always the bridesmaid | Negredo emerged from Aguero's shadow with a hat-trick of his ownDanish pasting | Galatasaray scuppered their Group B chances as Copenhagen won 1-0Bale beats Buffon | The winger put Madrid ahead & Juve eventually had to settle for a drawMidnight in Paris | Anderlecht celebrate after they claimed a draw at PSG despite finishing with 10 men