Spurs crash out of Champions League
Another lacklustre display from Mauricio Pochettino's side sees them exit the competition with a game still to play as Monaco and Bayer Leverkusen reach the knockout stages.
Tottenham crashed out of the Champions League after a 2-1 loss at Monaco.
Heung-min Son wasted a glorious chance to give Spurs an early lead, running through on goal and fluffing a chance to round the goalkeeper, and the visitors were nearly made to pay fully after giving away a penalty.
Hugo Lloris saved the spot kick as Monaco continued to miss chances to break the deadlock in the opening half.
Djibril Sidibe quickly made amends, heading home unmarked in the penalty area, but Monaco were pegged back within seconds as Harry Kane converted a penalty after Dele Alli was fouled.
But Monaco took just 38 seconds to restore their lead as again Spurs struggled to contain them on the wings and Thomas Lemar fired home across Lloris to eliminate Tottenham.
Beznema rescues Real Madrid
The French striker scored the winning goal late in Tuesday's game to ensure the European champions remain in with a chance of finishing top of their group.
Karim Benzema came to the rescue for Real Madrid on Tuesday with a late goal to earn a 2-1 win over Sporting.
Raphael Varane had given the reigning European champions the lead in the first half of their Champions League game in Portugal, but an 80th minute penalty from Adrien Silva puleld the hosts level.
However, Benzema was on hand to ensure Zinedine Zidane's men can still finish top of Group F by grabbing the late winner.
Fan stabbed in Spain ahead of Sevilla-Juventus match
A man was stabbed during an altercation between fans ahead of yesterday's Champions League match between Sevilla and Juventus, Spanish authorities said.
Seville police said the unidentified man was injured during a confrontation at a bar near the city center and hospitalised.
The man was in stable condition and his injuries were not life threatening.
At least two other people sustained minor injuries in the violence late Monday.
Authorities said the fighting began after a group of Sevilla fans attacked the Juventus supporters in the southern Spanish city.
Police had to intervene to end the altercation. No arrests were immediately made.
Witnesses told Spanish media that less than 10 Juventus supporters were inside the bar when a large group of Sevilla fans started throwing rocks and other objects toward them. Some made it inside the establishment and the fighting ensued.
Sevilla released a statement lamenting the violence involving "alleged" Sevilla supporters. It said it has asked authorities to provide information about the suspects to see if any of them are club members.
Sevilla President Jose Castro said the violence hurt the club's image.
"Sevilla has worked hard over the years to become a respected club because of its successes on the field," Castro said. "We should be here talking about football, about being part of the elite in the Champions League. It's a shame to be here talking about anything else other than the team's chances of making it to the last 16."
Sevilla, the Europa League champion the last three years, needs at least a draw against Juventus to secure a spot in the knockout stages of the Champions League for the first time since 2010.
More than 800 security personnel are expected to work Tuesday's game at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium in Seville.
Reus nets hat-trick in incredible thriller
Marco Reus netted three goals and Shinji Kagawa got two in a remarkable 8-4 win for Borussia Dortmund over Legia Warsaw on Tuesday.
The win keeps Thomas Tuchel's men top of Group F, two points ahead of Real Madrid, who beat Legia Warsaw 2-1.
Tottenham's manager Mauricio Pochettino