Let it snow – Dynamo Kiev's Ideye Brown fights for the ball with Dinamo Zagreb's Domagoj Vida in a game which was halted after 11 minutes following a snow storm in Croatia. The teams returned to the field after a 17 minute delay and played out a 1-1 draw
It's snow joke – The snow in Zagreb was so bad that players were ordered to leave the pitch and wait in the changing rooms, while groundstaff helped to clear the pitch. Andriy Yarmolenko's 41st minute strike had given the visitors the lead but a 90th minute penalty by Ivan Krstanović secured a point for Dinamo.
Samba star – Real Madrid's Kaka celebrates becoming the all-time leading Brazilian goalscorer in Champions League history after claiming his 28th strike in the competition to overtake Rivaldo.
Rampant Ronaldo – Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for Real Madrid against Ajax to register his 61st goal of 2012. Real eased to a 4-1 win thanks to a brace from Jose Callejon and a Kaka strike.
Record breakers – Malaga became the first Spanish side in Champions League history to take the field with 10 non-Spanish players in its starting line-up. Uruguay's Sebastian Fernandez, who is from Uruguay, was a constant menace for the Anderlecht defenders in a game which finished 2-2.
Danny boy – Zenit captain Danny stunned AC Milan by firing his side into the Europa League with a 1-0 win at the San Siro. Milan had already qualified for the last-16 of the Champions League after finishing second to Malaga.
Schalke stand firm – Daniel Congre of Montpellier challenges Teemu Pukki of Schalke during the 1-1 draw in France. The point was enough for the German side to top Group B ahead of Arsenal, which was beaten by Olympiakos.
Tevez torment – Carlos Tevez takes on Ilkay Guendogan of Borussia Dortmund during a frustrating night for Manchester City as it crashed out of European competition with a 1-0 defeat. City becomes the first English team to have failed to win a single group game in the compeititon.
Deadly Dortmund – Borussia Dortmund's Julian Schieber celebrates his winner against Manchester City as his team secures top spot in Group D. The Germans finished one point ahead of Real Madrid and will be relishing the knockout phase.
Silva lining – Paris Saint-Germain star Thiago Silva played a key role in his side's 2-1 win over Porto. The Brazil defender fired his team ahead after 29 minutes before Jackson Martinez equalized for Porto. Ezequiel Lavezzi's 61st minute strike ensured victory for the French.
Greek tragedy – Arsenal's Marouane Chamakh endured a disappointing night as the Gunners were beaten 2-1 by Olympiakos in Greece. Tomas Rosicky's effort had given Arsenal the lead but strikes from Giannis Maniatis and Kostas Mitroglou gave the Greek side victory.