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Matchday 4 of the Champions League is officially over as teams have started to punch their tickets to the next round. Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Chelsea, Sevilla, Barcelona and Juventus are all through to the final 16 with two games to go while teams like Liverpool and Real Madrid still have work to do. 

So how do all the teams rank after four games? Check down below. 

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Bayern Munich


Took care of business though not as impressively as they usually do and are into the round of 16 as a result. Oh, and American Chris Richards started. Dope. 


Manchester City


Not the sharpest performance, but any win on the road is an impressive one. Created a bunch of chances but just lacked consistent finishing. They'll take it.

3. Borussia Dortmund+4When they are at their best, there is nobody they can't beat. And when Erling Haaland is in form, he's up there with the best striker in the world -- Robert Lewandowski. 




A decent win but one that showed us very little when it comes to the main core of this team. Still don't feel like a contender despite four goals.




The Blues were resilient in sneaking away with that 2-1 win at Rennes with Olivier Giroud serving as the hero. Seems like he should get more minutes, no?




Dropped after a win? Lucky they didn't drop more. When you need a last-second winner to beat Ferencvaros at home, well, it's alarming. 


Borussia Monchengladbach


The darkhorse in this competition and one with enough talent to get very, very far. Nobody is going to want a piece of them. 




Not convincing at all, and they drop with a victory as well. They may advance when it is all said and done, but they are far from electric. Thomas Tuchel's seat is hot.


Manchester United


The Red Devils made quick work of Istanbul Basaksehir and appear well on their way to a spot in the round of 16, but pressure is on against PSG next week. Can Bruno Fernandes deliver again?




Thoroughly outplayed by Atalanta and barely looked like a threat on goal. The squad was heavily rotated but with so many injuries how often will a full strength 11 be available going forward?


Real Madrid


A huge result at Inter. Outplayed them, outcoached them and outclassed them. A lot of credit needs to go to Nacho, who has filled in for Sergio Ramos perfectly. 




The Roman club is hitting its stride now and is one of seven undefeated teams in the competition. They are on the verge of qualification and it's fully deserved with a consistent attack leading the way.




The late winner by Munir sends them into the round of 16, which sadly means they can't win the Europa League for the seventh time.




Flying under the radar, just as they like it. Will likely be into the round of 16 and have quarterfinal potential. A top defensive unit.




Took care of business, as expected, and now they are in a dog fight to get through. Facing some serious pressure against Liverpool next week. 


Atletico Madrid


Blew a huge chance at home, and all of sudden they could be in trouble. Bayern Munich is next, but chances are they'll face backups. 




Taking care of Liverpool at Anfield is no small accomplishment, no matter how rotated Liverpool's squad. advancing is all going to come down to the match against Ajax on Matchday 6.


RB Leipzig


If they don't get a point in Turkey next week, they might be done. The absence of the departed Timo Werner is painfully noticeable. 


Club Brugge


A tough loss to Dortmund but they are still in the fight for Europa League. A draw against Zenit next week will do it. 


Istanbul Basaksehir


Thumped by the Red Devils and likely out of contention for a spot in the next round. They just are nowhere good enough in the middle of the field. 


Shakhtar Donetsk


The Ukrainian side is conceding three goals per game in the competition and average scoring under one. A recipe for disaster.


Lokomotiv Moscow


A big, big point at Atletico Madrid. Unlikely as it may be, they are still firmly in the fight for a round of 16 spot, and goalkeeper Guilherme is to thank.




I've scored as many Champions League goals as they have since late October. They lack skill, ideas and finesse. 




Some good pieces that just don't fit together on the European stage. They can't seem to buy a goal when it matters most and have been eliminated from the competition. 


RB Salzburg


They deserve praise for the fight and intensity in which they play, but it was always going to be tricky after losing so much talent this year. Still alive though.


Inter Milan


They are toast. Don't see any way they can get out of the group stage now. Antonio Conte should be shown the door. The biggest disappointment so far. 

27.  Krasnodar -- Again, deserved something against Sevilla but came up short. They have shown that they can compete at least. 
28. Zenit--A disaster group stage for the Russian side. They are just out of sync. Facing Lazio and Dortmund is a lot different than Rotor and Tambov.
29. Marseille--I don't think manager Andre Villas-Boas survives this one. Four games, no goals. 
30. Ferencvaros+1Deserved a point at Juventus and nearly had their most impressive result in club history. Props for the fight they show.
31. Dynamo Kiev-1Destroyed at home by a weak Barca side and now have just three goals in four games. Somehow still in Europa League contention.
32. Midtjylland   
-- They showed some fight again Ajax, but it just hasn't been good enough in the end. They are done.