FC Porto dominated possession but it was Atlético Madrid who scored the goals, one apiece from Raúl Garcia and Diego Costa, in their final group stage match.
Cristiano Ronaldo set a new record of nine goals in the league stage of the Champions League as Real Madrid beat Copenhagen 0-2 on Tuesday evening.
Shakhtar Donetsk put four past Real Sociedad on Wednesday evening in the Champions League, Real failing to find the net on this occasion.
Atlético Madrid were held to a 1-1 draw by Zenit St Petersburg, although they are already through to the knockout stage.
Miranda, Garcia, Filipe and, inevitably, Diego Costa all found the net for Atlético Madrid as they overcame Austria Wien 4-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice, once from the penalty spot, as Real Madrid beat Juventus 2-1 to maintain their 100% Champions League record. It was Ronaldo’s seventh goal in three Champions League games. Llorente was the scorer for Juventus.
Barcelona fought back to earn a 1-1 draw against AC Milan on Tuesday night, Lionel Messi scoring the equaliser after Robinho had put the Italian side ahead. Barcelona are two points clear in their Champions League group.
Real Madrid eased past Copenhagen 4-0 in their Group B Champions League match, Ronaldo and Di Maria both grabbing a brace.
A hat-trick from Lionel Messi and one from Piqué saw Barcelona comfortably past Dutch side Ajax in their first match of the new Champions League campaign. Messi took his Champions League tally to 62 goals.
Three for Ronaldo, two for Benzema and one for Isco gave Real Madrid an ideal start in the new Champions League season as they ran out 1-6 winners at Galatasaray. Ronaldo is now the fourth-highest scorer in Champions League history with 53 goals behind Ruud van Nistelrooy with 56, Lionel Messi with 59 and Raul on 71.