Champions League: All the teams that have qualified

Champions League: All the teams that have qualified

There was good news for Roma and Real Madrid before their Tuesday evening match had even kicked off, with both teams qualifying for the next round of the Champions League thanks to Viktoria Plzen's 2-1 win over CSKA Moscow.

Real Madrid enters the game atop Group G and can clinch first place with a win over its host.

Real and Roma went into the game locked on nine points but having both suffered shock domestic league defeats at the weekend - the Italians losing 1-0 at lowly Udinese while Madrid suffered a stunning 3-0 reverse away to mid-table Eibar.

An all-important goal from Gareth Bale some 60 seconds into the second half and great link-up between the three forwards led to two goals for the good. The match starts at 21:00 on 27 November 2018.

Under can perhaps take solace in the fact that this will likely not be the only chance he'll have to score against Los Blancos Real Madrid have already conceded an astonishing 20 goals in 13 La Liga games his season.

Luka Modric's shot was blocked and Raphael Varane made a last-ditch clearance to keep Madrid level, while a ferocious Aleksandar Kolarov long-range drive flew just wide of the post.

Fazio's backpass was sliced high by Robin Olsen, with the defender's attempted header back to the goalkeeper seized upon by the Wales star, who drilled into the bottom-left corner. It was not to be for the home side, but they will be present in the first knockout round of the competition.

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