Champions League round-up: Zlatan Ibrahimovic sets PSG record in win
Last Updated: 08/12/15 10:55pm
Zlatan Ibrahimovic set another record as Paris Saint-Germain finished their Champions League group stage campaign on a positive note in beating Shakhtar Donetsk 2-0 at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday.
Brazilian Lucas Moura broke the deadlock on 57 minutes before record goalscorer Ibrahimovic set the seal on their Group A victory with the second four minutes from time.
But with Real Madrid thumping Malmo 8-0 in Spain, PSG finished three points back in second and risk a tough draw in the last 16 where the likes of champions Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester City lurk.
The main bonus for Paris was seeing Ibrahimovic break another record, becoming the club's top goalscorer of all time in European competitions, eclipsing Liberian great George Weah with his 17th strike.
PSV Eindhoven recovered to beat CSKA Moscow 2-1 and secure a place in the Champions League last 16 after a late winner from midfielder Davy Propper in their Group B clash.
Propper struck on the run from the edge of the area in the 86th minute, six minutes after Luuk de Jong had revived home hopes with his 19th goal of the season. They had gone behind to Sergei Ignashevich's penalty in the 76th.
The win left PSV in second place on 10 points behind group winners Wolfsburg, who have 12 after winning 3-2 at home to Manchester United. Louis van Gaal's side finished on eight points and have been relegated to the second-tier Europa League.
PSV, who knew they would qualify with a win if United failed to beat Wolfsburg, are the first Dutch club to reach the Champions League knockout stage in the last eight years. CSKA finished bottom with four points from their six games.
Sevilla will be chasing their third straight Europa League title after Fernando Llorente scored against his former club Juventus to secure a 1-0 win for the Spanish side in Champions League Group D.
Juve and Manchester City were already assured of a place in the last 16 and the English club's 4-2 win over Borussia Monchengladbach meant Sevilla finished third, clinching a spot in Europe's second-tier club competition.
Former Spain striker Llorente, who joined Sevilla from Juve in the close season, headed past goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon in the 65th minute at the Sanchez Pizjuan. City topped the group with 12 points from six games, while Juve claimed second place on 11.
Atletico Madrid finished top of Group C after winning 2-1 in Benfica. Saul Niguez and Luciano Vietto struck for Diego Simeone's side before Kostas Mitroglou pulled one back for the Portuguese side, who go through in second.
And Galatasaray guaranteed themselves a place in the Europa League after coming from behind to draw 1-1 at home to Astana.
The Kazakstani side needed to win to make it into Europe's second tier competition, and took the lead through Patrick Twumasi after 62 minutes, but Selcuk Inan struck back two minutes later.