Juventus failed to advance from the Champions League group stage for the first time since 2013/14 season.
The Serie A side suffered another defeat in the UCL day five fixture against Portuguese side, Benfica with a 4-3 scoreline.
Juve traveled to Lisbon teetering on the brink of elimination after being humbled by Maccabi Haifa last time out but today’s defeat shows them the exit door from the competition as they joins Manchester United, Arsenal, Roma and others in the UEFA Europa League.
The Eagles extended their unbeaten start to the season to 18 games by beatings the Old Ladies of the Italian Series A, as Antonio Silva, Joao Mario, Rafa Silva chipped in the goals.
Moise Kean, Milik and Mckennie were on target for the visitors but their goals were not enough to keep the Italians in the competition.
With one game to wrap up the group stage, Juventus rank third with three points, leaving them eight points adrift the top two in Group H.
They will host PSG in their last fixture on Wednesday, November 2 at the Allianz Stadium.
PSG 7 – 2 MACCABI HAIFA
Paris Saint-Germain struck seven as they marched into the UEFA Champions League round of 16 alongside Chelsea, Dortmund and Benfica.
Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé and Neymar were all on target as Paris Saint-Germain hit seven against Maccabi Haifa to seal their place in the round of 16. Chelsea, Dortmund and Benfica also booked spots in the knockout stages on a night that saw 33 goals across eight games and defeat for holders Real Madrid.
LEIPZIG 3-2 REAL MADRID
Leipzig need a point in their final game to earn progress after beating the holders in a rousing home performance. Joško Gvardiol nodded in the opener before Christopher Nkunku blasted in the second off the underside of the crossbar. A brilliant Vinícius Júnior header reduced the arrears on the stroke of half-time, but the Brazilian spurned a fine chance in the second half and Timo Werner made him pay almost immediately with a tap-in. Rodrygo got a late consolation when he scored from the spot with the final kick after he had been fouled by Nkunku.
DORTMUND 0-0 MAN CITY
Both sides got the point they required to wrap up the top two spots in Group G in an engaging encounter. Shortly before the hour, Gregor Kobel guessed correctly to push Riyad Mahrez’s penalty clear from danger after the Algerian international was tripped by Emre Can. The hosts had the better of the opening half, with City debutant Stefan Ortega denying the lively Karim Adeyemi and Giovanni Reyna, and Youssoufa Moukoko poking wide just before the break.
FULL RESULTS FROM TUESDAY’S UCL MATCHES