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Real Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 to lift the Champions League trophy last season

Chelsea have been drawn against Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League, while Tottenham will face Italian champions Juventus.

Premier League leaders Manchester City will play Switzerland's Basel, Manchester United face La Liga side Sevilla and Liverpool take on Portugal's Porto.

Holders Real Madrid will face Paris St-Germain.

Liverpool scored 23 goals in six Champions League group matches

Britain's seven teams in the Champions League and Europa League will discover their second-round opponents when the draws are made on Monday from 11:00 GMT in Nyon, Switzerland.

A record five English teams are in the Champions League last-16 round.

Tottenham, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool all won their groups, with Chelsea finishing second in theirs.

Captain Wayne Rooney scored from the penalty spot as Everton came from behind against Liverpool to earn a draw in the Merseyside derby at Anfield.

Mohamed Salah's sublime curling finish from an angle towards the end of the first half was reward for the total dominance of Jurgen Klopp's side.

Harry Kane scored twice as Tottenham thrashed Stoke 5-1 at Wembley to move above Arsenal into fifth.

Ryan Shawcross' own goal (21) put Spurs ahead midway through the first half and Heung-Min Son doubled the lead soon after the break (53) before Kane added two more (54, 65) and Christian Eriksen made it five (74).

Shawcross did manage to grab a consolation at the other end with 10 minutes remaining but, remarkably, this was still the fourth time in a row that Stoke have lost to Tottenham by four clear goals.

Manchester City went 11 points clear with a record 14th consecutive Premier League win in an entertaining derby against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

The visitors dominated the first half and deservedly led when David Silva hooked in from a corner just before the break after Romelu Lukaku headed the ball into the Spain midfielder's path.

Marko Arnautovic celebrates his goal with Mark Noble Marko Arnautovic celebrates his goal with Mark Noble

Antonio Conte's dismal London derby form continued as West Ham beat Chelsea 1-0 to hand David Moyes his first victory as Hammers boss.

Moyes' landmark victory was sealed by Marko Arnautovic, who fired his first goal for the club with just six minutes on the clock at the London Stadium.

Alvaro Morata and Eden Hazard spurned chances to rescue a point but the hosts clung on as Conte suffered his ninth league defeat at Chelsea - five of which have now come at the hands of London rivals.

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