Manchester City and Manchester United both grabbed positive results on their latest UEFA Champions League group stage fixtures as they defeated their opponents, but not only that, they also grabbed the headlines for controversial things.
Manchester United's recent run of excellent result comes to an end this midweek as they were not only beaten by Spanish side Sevilla, but also crashed out from UEFA Champions League due to that result.
Liverpool made their way into the knock out stage of UEFA Champions League in some style as Jurgen Klopp's men demolished Spartak Moscow 7-0 at Anfield.
Needing just a point to get them into the next round, The Reds were aiming for more as they were looking for all three points in front of their home crowd.
Manchester City and Real Madrid got their second straight group stage victories in this season's Champions League campaign, while Liverpool found themselves struggling again in taking all three points after being held by Spartak Moscow.
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.
Paris Saint-Germain grabbed another positive result on their latest Champions League fixture as they defeated Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday.
The French champion made a strong start on that game as they went one goal up after seven minutes through Serge Aurier.
Real Madrid got their Champions League campaign off to a brilliant start as they trashed Shakhtar Donetsk at Santiago Bernebau Stadium.
Portuguese international, Cristiano Ronaldo, showcasing his goal scoring abilities again as he netted a hat-trick in this tie.
Shakhtar Donetsk maintaining their lead at the top of Ukraine Premier League standings after defeating Hoverla this past weekend.
The home side were determined to snatch all three points as they were playing in front of their home crowd.
Ukraine champions, Shakhtar Donetsk are facing a tough task on their Champions League knock out stage campaign as they're being drawn with Bayern Munich.
Not only having to face a difficult opposition, Shakhtar also facing the fact that they won't be able to play in their own stadium because of crisis happening in Ukraine.
Picking poor results on their latest home games in Premier League, Manchester United will be keen on pushing for a win when they battle Shakhtar Donetsk in the final group game of UEFA Champions League campaign this Tuesday, December 10.