The Champions League Group stage has come to a conclusion, with 16 teams out of the 32 that started the journey making it through to the knockout phase.
As expected, a number of top teams failed to make through and were forced into the Europa League, UEFA's second-tier club competition.
Manchester United were the biggest casualties on Tuesday night after they fell away to German side RB Leipzig in a 3-2 loss.
United needed a point from their last two matches but fell short after going down 3-1 at home to PSG before the stumble in Germany.
Club Brugge, Krasnodar, and Dynamo Kyiv were the other sides that were relegated on Tuesday night.
- Manchester United
- FC Krasnodar
- Club Brugge
- Dynamo Kyiv
On Wednesday night; Inter Milan were the surprise side to drop out, alongside 2018/19 semi-finalists Ajax.
Antonio Conte's side failed to reach the last 16 for the second year running, finishing last in Group B.
The two sides were joined by RB Salzburg and Olympiacos.
- Inter Milaan
- RB Salzburg