The three most exciting teams of the Champions League group stage

The three most exciting teams of the Champions League group stage”

Who is in it?

Cesar Azpilicueta is aiming to put the disappointment of Chelsea's failure to top their Champions League group behind him and focus on the Blues' domestic commitments.

When is the draw and how can I follow it?

"After a performance like this, the coach must be [happy]".

Chelsea were through to the knockout stages, but blew their chance to finish in first place and earn an easier draw.

"When you create so many chances to score - important chances, not simple chances - you have to try to take them". The full force of the exhilarating attacking options provided by Philippe Coutinho and Mohamed Salah was clear when Liverpool signed off from the group stage with a 7-0 thumping of Spartak Moscow.

Chelsea have won the Premier League title in two of the past three seasons to dominate the English top flight. Between the 55-75 minutes of the game, Atlético only had 33 percent possession.

The concern at Chelsea, the only English side that failed to top its group, is the ability to keep the momentum going when the knockout stage begins in February.

Celtic claimed a Europa League berth by finishing third but did so in a disappointing fashion as they lost 1-0 at home to Anderlecht. Perhaps Jupp Heynckes is leading Bayern into genuine contention once more.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte perhaps had a point when he noted that his side, who finished behind AS Roma and above Atletico Madrid, had a tougher route than most of their Premier League rivals.

Lionel Messi's Barca and Neymar's PSG, plus Turkish side Beskitas, are possible opponents in the last-16 after Chelsea drew 1-1 with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night.

"I think it could be problematic to win (the Champions League)". "But. the English teams are very good and have the possibility to win and reach the final of the Champions League".

So why are Chelsea destined to play Barcelona?

Follow the stars and start making more informed bets with StrataBet. They struggled for long periods at the Camp Nou against a stubborn Sporting Lisbon, needing a Paco Alcacer strike and an own goal from their former centre-back Jeremy Mathieu to wrap up a 2-0 win.

"The game against Qarabag, hitting the target 10 times without scoring, is difficult to explain".

"It was a nice run".

"This can be a new challenge".

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