Barcelona are through to Champions League last 16 despite the 1-1 stalemate against Inter Milan on Tuesday.

However, the adventures of Super Eagles defender Brian Idowu and his Lokomotiv Moscow teammates in the UEFA Champions League this season is as good as over after they were beaten 4-1 by FC Porto at the Dragão Stadium.

Porto with the win have move to within a point of qualification for the last 16.

They were 2-0 up by half-time and although Jefferson Farfán pulled one back for the Russian team, Jesús Corona and Otávio Monteiro made sure of the points.

In the other group game, an early goal by Guido Burgstaller gave Schalke the lead against Galatasaray, who conceded a second to Mark Uth after 57 minutes, to put the German club on course for the last 16.


Elsewhere, Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne converted a second-half penalty to cancel out Juan Bernat’s goal from first-half stoppage time for Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday in a tense 1-1 draw which left their Champions League group, which includes Liverpool, wide open.

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PSG took control in the first half and were rewarded when Kylian Mbappé set up Bernat, who scored from close range as the Napoli defence was caught napping.

Insigne levelled from the spot in the 63rd minute after José Callejon pounced on a mistake by Thiago Silva and was upended in the area.

The biggest winners of the night were Club Brugge, who produced one of the shocks of the European season by winning at Monaco 4-0.


It was the Belgian club’s first win in the Champions League this season and adds to the pressure on Thierry Henry, Monaco’s manager. Henry has not won in his five games in charge, while Monaco’s overall run is now 15 games without a win.

In the other game in the group, Atlético Madrid pulled level with Borussia Dortmund on nine points after beating the German league leaders 2-0 in Spain. Saúl gave them the lead after 33 minutes and Antoine Griezmann doubled their lead 10 minutes from time.

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