Tottenham Hotspur came from two goals down to beat Olympiakos 4-2 and qualify for the Champions League last 16 on Jose Mourinho's home debut on Tuesday, while Robert Lewandowski continued his incredible season by scoring four times for Bayern Munich.
Mourinho, taking charge of his third English club in Europe's top competition, saw his new team concede twice in the opening 19 minutes and chose to bring on Christian Eriksen as a 29th-minute substitute. Dele Alli profited from poor defending to pull a goal back just before halftime and the quick-thinking ball boy rushed forward to help Serge Aurier send a snappy throw-in to Lucas Moura, who crossed for Kane to convert.
Kylian Mbappe and Pablo Sarabia struck late to steal a 2-2 draw for Paris Saint-Germain at Real Madrid in a pulsating Champions League encounter that ensures the Parisiens top Group A.
PSG was already sure of progressing from Group A.
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Even though the Boston Celtics missed their first 16 three point attempts, they still wound up with a 42-40 lead at halftime. Leonard and George each logged 37 minutes, not only earning this win but needing all the help they got from their teammates.
Manchester City and Juventus have won Group C and D respectively.
In Group B, Bayern Munichhad already qualified as the toppers.
A whole host of clubs can book their place in the next round, while some can even be crowned as winners of their group. Atalanta is last, but now only two points behind Shakhtar after winning 2-0 against Dinamo Zagreb.
With the group clinched, Guardiola has the bonus of being able to rest players for the trip to Zagreb on December 11.
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Brugge finished the game with nine men, with Diatta shown a second yellow card after removing his shirt to celebrate the equaliser and Clinton Mata also being cautioned a second time after kicking down a corner flag in wild celebration. In a tough Group F, Ernesto Valverde's side have dropped points to both Slavia Prague and Dortmund, but a win over struggling Dortmund will see them advance out of the group stage for the 19th consecutive season.
Still, Madrid needed to win to keep alive hopes of finishing in first place and went into a 2-0 lead with a goal in each half from Karim Benzema.
Sven Bender doubled the tally after the break with a left-foot volley.
Luis Muriel converted a penalty in a high-tempo first half and Alejandro "Papu" Gomez doubled their lead two minutes after the interval.
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As for Diego Simeone's men, they too can seal qualification with a victory in Turin, while a point may also be enough if Bayer Leverkusen and Lokomotiv Moscow draw earlier on Tuesday.