Barcelona were handed a favorable start to its title defence with Bayer Leverkusen, Roma and BATE Borisov.
Valencia joined holders Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla in club’s ultimate competition on the planet.
As new stars emerge in a season with little competition for titles, here’s the dream starting XI.
Barcelona have a 2-goal advantage going into the 2nd leg at Camp Nou.
Arsenal won the second leg but lost on away goal 3-3 aggregate against Monaco in the Champions League.
PSG managed to stretch the game to the extra time with a David Luiz header and held Chelsea to a 2-2 draw.
Dortmund finally struck five minutes after the restart as Neven Subotic beat his marker to head in a corner.
Jose is still haunted by Anfield “ghost goal” as he prepares for 1st leg of League Cup semis vs Liverpool.
Chelsea were undefeated in 23 matches in all competitions since April’s Champions League semi-final.
Gerrard isn’t as influential as he used to be, but he still has a very strong presence on the pitch.
With the attacking flair that helped them claim the Premier League title last season put to one side, City produced a gladiatorial performance that conquered Roma.
Two second-half goals from English champions help them progress to the knockout stage of Champions Trophy.
Roma, City and CSKA all have five points after mediocre campaigns in a group dominated by Bayern.
Newcastle ride on Cisse double to beat Chelsea, Toure earns Man City victory while Arsenal beaten by Stoke.
Arsenal beat Dortmund 2-0 to leave struggles behind, seal knockout passage in CL.