Panathinaikos, Liverpool and Roma top groups
Going into day six of the UEFA Champions League, group leaders in groups A, B and D were still to be decided and Roma, Panathinaikos and Liverpool took those positions.
Barcelona who lost at home to Shakhtar Donetsk had already won their group and therefore the last match did not have any relevance to them.
Its the end of road in Europe this season for debutants CFR Cluj-Napoca and Anorthosis Famagusta plus Basle and surprisingly PSV Eindhoven.
PSV has been a consistent performer in Europe over the last few years but the team could only win one match in this year's competition.
In Group A Chelsea will take the runners-up place and Bordeaux will continue their European journey in the UEFA Cup.
Inter Milan's loss to Werder Bremen means that they finish second but the win for Werder Bremen means that the Bundesliga team overtook Anorthosis Famagusta who would have taken third place had Werder lost or drawn.
In Group C the positions were already sorted out before the matches but Basle go out without adding to their lone point or two goals.
Atletico Madrid's draw in the final match means that they lost first position but Marseille's third position was secured before the match because they had a better head to head record against PSV.
The next stage will now a knockout stage and Panathinaikos topping Group B has been the real surprise but after a poor start they managed to beat every team in that group.