Thomas Tuchel and Paris St. Germain have secured the group victory in the Champions League thanks to a furious final offensive in the duel between the giants and Real Madrid. PSG fought for one in the Estadio Bernabéu Two goals behind 2-1 (0-1) and five points clear of the Royal side ahead of the final group game against Galatasaray on December 11th. Real were through the 1-1 between Istanbul and Bruges already before the final whistle knockout safe.
On the other hand, a big man of the premier class had to shake: José Mourinho. The Portuguese, who led FC Porto (2004) and Inter Milan (2010) to the Champions League title, were quick to retreat 2-0 with Tottenham Hotspur in their comeback against Olympiacos Piraeus, but still won 4-2 (0-1) : 2) .A point win at Bayern Munich is no longer necessary. Manchester City are also sure of the knockout stage after a 1-1 (0-0) win over Shakhtar Donetsk as group winners. National player Ilkay Gündogan scored the 1-0 (56). Juventus Turin did a great favor to Bayer Leverkusen in Group D. The Italian champions' 1-1 win over Atlético Madrid's free-kick from Paulo Dybala (45. + 2) left the Werkself, who had previously won 2-0 at Lokomotiv Moscow, open to the knockout stages , However, a win against Juve is a must for Bayer. Mourinhos Spurs scores in the first halfIn Madrid, Karim Benzema (17./79) scored twice for Real. PSG World Champion Kylian Mbappe, in which the Madrid will show great interest, succeeded in the 81st minute of the Parisian goal. Joker Pablo Sarabia (83.) scored just two minutes to equalize. Another scene also caused a stir: Real goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois picked up Mauro Icardi in the penalty area and saw the red card. However, the video evidence revealed a previous push in midfield – referee Artur Dias was sent off and penalties (45), Mourinhos Spurs played a desperate first half against Olympiakos, conceding goals by Youssef El-Arabi (6) and Ruben Semedo ( 19). Dele Alli's (45. + 1) strike hit Tottenham in the laps: defender Yassine Meriah had crossed the ball in the six-yard box. After the break, Harry Kane (50th / 77th) and Serge Aurier (73rd) turned the game in favor of the North Londoners. Not convincing, but enough was ManCity's appearance against Donetsk. Debutant Atalanta Bergamo maintained his round of 16 goals in the City Group by beating Dinamo Zagreb 2-0 (1-0).