How Man Utd, Liverpool, City and Spurs would sit in overall Champions League table

How Man Utd, Liverpool, City and Spurs would sit in overall Champions League table

Jose Mourinho's men limped into the last-16 after a defeat to Valencia… but it's Tottenham that should be concerned.

A graph has been used to show where each team would team place in an overall table after the group stages.

16 teams have booked their spot in the knockout stages, but Spurs have the lowest point tally out of them all.

Mauricio Pochettino's men finished second in Group B after recording two wins, two draws and two defeats.

But Lucas Moura scored a late equaliser against Barcelona at the Nou Camp to send them through.

Manchester United have little to cheer about after they missed the chance to top their group after a 2-1 defeat to Valencia.

But Mourinho's men ranked above Liverpool and Spurs overall after they picked up 10 points from six games.

This could give the Reds a much-needed confidence boost ahead of their meeting with Jurgen Klopp's men on Sunday.

Manchester City cruised into the next round as the Premier League team with the most points – 13.


But Pep Guardiola's men only managed to finish fourth in the chart and a surprise package stole the top spot.

Porto, who were unbeaten in group D, are the leaders ahead of German giants Bayern Munich and Barcelona.


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