Bayern Munich and Juventus became the first teams to qualify for the knockout stage of this season's UEFA Champions League.
The feat has been achieved with two games still to spare in the group with Bayern thumping Benfica 5-2 to make it to the last 16. The game saw Robert Lewandowski miss a penalty but still bag a hat trick on his 100th appearance in the competition.
Juventus also booked its place in the knockout rounds with a 4-2 win over Zenit St. Petersburg.
Paulo Dybala scored twice, including a retaken penalty after he fired wide as visiting 'keeper' Stanislav Kritsyuk had moved off his line. Dybala, who opened the scoring, made no mistake with his second chance before Federico Chiesa and Álvaro Morata sealed the Italian giant's win.
Juventus has now won all four of its matches to lead the group by three points ahead of Chelsea.