The 2017/18 Champions League group stage saw a total of 306 goals scored; the most in a group stage campaign in competition history. Pep Guardiola's men have shown little sign of fatigue on Champions League nights, storming to the top of Group F in style.
However, the easy paths each team took to the Round of 16 must be taken into account.
Liverpool crushed Spartak Moscow on Wednesday.
The fact that they can not play Real Madrid again in the next round probably gives them the most favourable list of potential opponents.
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In Group C, Italian club Roma defeated already eliminated Azeri club Qarabag 1-0 to top their group thanks to a draw in the other match of the group between Chelsea and Atletico Madrid.
One of the advantages of winning your Champions League group is that this guarantees that a team will not have to play one of the other seven sides who topped their group too. Spurs earned a win and a draw over two-time reigning champion Real Madrid and twice beat Borussia Dortmund.
Elsewhere, Robert Lewandowski got the opening goal as Bayern Munich secured a 3-1 win over PSG in their final group game of the UEFA Champions League at the Allianz Arena.
As of today, Barcelona's most likely opponent in the last 16 stage of the Champions League it's Chelsea. Why? They will hope to fare better in the Europa League.
But Chelsea captain Gary Cahill was adamant that his team should not even be in this position, telling the club's website: "I'm asking myself how have we not won that in the end?"
Over the past five years, though, Premier League clubs have found it much more hard to make much headway in the competition.