Goal glut breaks record for Champions League group stage, Liverpool finally score penalty at Anfield and five English teams progress to last 16: SEVEN THINGS YOU MISSED
- Cristiano Ronaldo scored in each of the six Real Madrid group games this season
- England became first country to have five team in last 16 of Champions League
- Liverpool finally scored penalty at Anfield after missing previous five attempts?
- Phil Foden became Manchester City's youngest ever starter in competition?
The Champions League group stage drew to a close with eight games, a bucketful of goals and even a few records.?
Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player ever to score in every group game, and Liverpool finally scored a penalty at Anfield.
Here Sportsmail brings you the things you may have missed from a blockbuster night of action.
Real Madrid got off to a blistering start at the Bernabeu against Borussia Dortmund?
England first country ever with five teams to qualify for last 16
Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham have all progressed to the next stage of the competition.?
England is the first country to have five teams in the last 16 and a golden age for Premier League clubs in Europe could be about to dawn again.
It was comfortable for all of the teams in the end and will no doubt do wonders for the coefficient.??
Pep Guardiola became one of five managers of English teams in the last 16
New Champions League group stage goals record?
There have never been more goals the Champions League group stage than this season.?
The total of 306 goals topped the previous best of 292 with room to spare. The likes of Liverpool and PSG were major contributors with three seven-goal hauls between them.?
No doubt defence will come to the fore in the knockout stage as the lesser opposition now discarded from the tournament.?
Fernando Llorente scored one of the record 306 goals scored in this season's group stage
Sadio Mane volleyed in brilliantly to put the home side four goals to the good?
Jurgen Klopp's rampant Reds?
Liverpool played some of the brilliant attacking football they've shown themselves to be capable of this season.
Jurgen Klopp's men netted 23 times over the course of the group stage, more than any other English side has managed before.??
Spartak Moscow couldn't live with the devastating pace and fluidity of football as Sadio Mane, Philippe Coutinho, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino tore the Russian side apart.?
The Liverpool forward line caused all kinds of problems for Spartak Moscow's defence
Cristiano Ronaldo breaks new ground
The Real Madrid talisman boasts a career of firsts and added another to his list.?
Ronaldo has scored in every single group game this campaign, becoming the first man to do so, and completed the set in brilliant fashion.?
The 32-year-old fired one into the top corner against Borussia Dortmund from the edge of the box, a strike that pulled him level with Lionel Messi on 60 Champions League goals making it doubly satisfying for the Portuguese.?
Cristiano Ronaldo cut inside before blasting a shot into the top corner at the Bernabeu
The Real Madrid forward has scored in every group game in the qualification stage
Phil Foden breaking Manchester City records
Star of the England U17's World Cup triumph, apple of Pep Guardiola's eye and now the youngest Manchester City player to start in the Champions League.
At 17-years and 191 days old Foden is one of the most impressive prospects to come out of the club's academy in recent years.?
He acquitted himself well against Shaktar Donesk with some lovely touches despite the disappointing 2-1 defeat.
Phil Foden was trusted by Pep Guardiola to start against Shakhtar Donetsk?
Liverpool break penalty drought at Anfield
Philippe Coutinho's fourth minute penalty was dispatched with aplomb to settle the nerves at Anfield.?
Spot kicks in front of the home faithful have been a nightmare for the Reds, missing their last four from twelve yards.?
The Brazilian stroked it home and his effort was also the fastest goal Liverpool have scored in the Champions League.
Finally Liverpool scored a penalty at Anfield as Philippe Coutinho converted the spot kick
Andriy Shevchenko watches City
The prolific Ukrainian would no doubt have preferred to be lacing up his boots and running out for Guardiola's side.?
But Shevchenko, now manager of his country, took up a place in the corporate hospitality box.?
He'll have been heartened by the Shakhtar Donetsk display as the hosts overcame their star-studded visitors.??
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