Paris Saint-Germain (12 points, Group A)
The minimum victory against Club Brugge at home in the fourth round of the Champions League group stage is enough to help Thomas Tuchel’s teachers and students reach their maximum goal when they have 12 absolute points after 4 matches.
This result helps the Parisian team soon become the first team of Group A to win the right to participate in the 1/8 round when they are 10 points higher than the third ranked club, Club Brugge, with only 2 matches left. Even with 5 points more than Real Madrid, PSG is almost certain to hold the first place in the group. The remaining performance is also difficult to escape from the hands of the White Vulture.
Bayern Munich (12 points, Group B)
Although he has just fired coach Niko Kovac, it does not seem to have too much impact on the mentality of the Bayern players. The proof is that they had a gentle 2-0 victory over Olympiacos in the 4th match, thereby officially becoming the first team in Group B to win the right to advance.
Like PSG, with 12 absolute points, the Gray Lobster is 9 points more than the third ranked team, Red Star Belgrade, while only 2 matches remain. In addition, 5 points more than Tottenham also ensures Bayern the right to self-determination in owning the top of Group B.
Juventus (10 points, Group D)
Douglas Costa’s late goal in the 90+3 minute not only helped Juventus beat Lokomotiv away, but those 3 points also officially brought the Old Lady of Turin to soon win the right to participate in the 1/8 Champions League round, the side. next to the two big guys are PSG and Bayern.
In Group D, Juventus is 7 points more than the 3rd ranked team Lokomotiv and only 2 matches left, so they officially have tickets to go on. The remaining slot is Atletico Madrid’s opportunity, despite the representative of the Spanish capital who suddenly lost to Bayer Leverkusen at dawn this morning (November 7).