Manchester United wrapped up first place in Group A last night as they came from a goal down against CSKA Moscow with two quick-fire finishes.
United dominated possession from the outset, but it was the visitors that took the lead through Vitinho on the stroke of half-time.
The same pattern continued after the break, but it was not until the 64th minute that the hosts drew level through Romelu Lukaku; under two minutes later Marcus Rashford put his team in front – a reward for constant pressure.
United’s first-place does not mean that they will necessarily avoid a tough last-16 draw, with Juventus, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid all possible opponents.
Jose Mourinho will be pleased with his team ahead of the weekend’s Manchester derby, with Luke Shaw particularly impressive despite a lack of first-team football this season.