Chelsea's Champions League campaign is alive and well after their success in grabbing an impressive 4-0 win over Maccabi Tel Aviv on Tuesday.
However, despite that big win, The Blues' boss, Jose Mourinho admitted that it was far from an easy nor comfortable victory as Maccabi were putting on a good fight.
AS Roma suffered a heavy 6-1 defeat on their latest Champions League fixture against Barcelona, but apparently it wasn't all doom and gloom for the Italian side as their head coach, Rudi Garcia accepted that result.
Premier League side, Arsenal picked up an important win on their midweek Champions League fixture by defeating Dynamo Zagreb, but that still won't be enough to seem the through.
Gunners must defeat Olympiacos on their final group game and despite not having the upper hand, Gunners' boss, Arsene Wenger is confident that his side will advance.
Real Madrid may have secured their qualification ticket into the knock out stages of UEFA Champions League, but that won't stop them from targeting all three points against Shakhtar Donetsk this Wednesday.
Already confirming their passage into the knock out stages of Champions League doesn't make Manchester City delightful as they still have another mission, which is securing the first place finish in their group.
Paris Saint-Germain are set to face Malmo on their upcoming Champions League fixture this Wednesday and it will be a special moment for PSG's star, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, as he returns to his boyhood club.
Still recovering from his injury, Barcelona's young midfielder, Rafinha can remain calm about his future as he signed an extension with the Catalan side until 2020.
The midfielder admitted that staying with Barcelona has always been his intention, that's why he is delighted with the new deal.
Manchester United are gearing up for their upcoming Champions League tie against PSV Eindhoven and the Red Devils might still be without their skipper Wayne Rooney.
According to Man United boss, Louis Van Gaal, he will only pick players who are fit enough to play so for now Rooney must first show that his fitness level is already at 100%.
Performing well and grabbing positive results in their recent games doesn't seem to make Bayern Munich pleased as they are keen on maintaining their recent form, according to goal keeper, Manuel Neuer.
Barcelona are in a bullish mood following their league win over Real Madrid as they prepare for another important match, this time against AS Roma in the Champions League.
Drawing 1-1 at Olympico, Barca will be keen on grabbing all three points at home, but head coach, Luis Enrique warned his players that their opponent will be putting a more offensive display.
Drawing 1-1 on their previous first meeting, AS Roma are now hoping they can at least pick up similar result on their away trip against Barcelona.
That target was revealed by Giallorossi boss, Rudi Garcia during his team's recent news conference ahead of their game against El Barca.
FC Porto are inching closer to secure their place in the knock out stage of UEFA Champions League after picking an important away win over Maccabi Tel Aviv this midweek.
The visitor were determined in grabbing all three points as they push forward vigorously straight from kick off.
Russian side, Zenit Saint Petersburg securing their place in the knock out stages of UEFA Champions League after snatching an impressive away win over Lyon on Wednesday.
Playing away from home didn't stop Zenit from taking an attacking approach as they got themselves in front on 25 minutes through Artem Dzyuba's effort.
Valencia's inconsistent European form continue as they suffered a shock defeat against Belgium new comer, Gent this midweek.
Both teams were determined in grabbing all three points on that tie as they put on an attacking display since kick off.