In other news... Genk are Belgian champions. Club Brugge lost at Standard tonight while Genk got a point at Anderlecht, so they're four ahead with one game to go.
That means there's relatively few group stage slots left to decide in the Champions League. Benfica just need a draw at home to Santa Clara to win their league; Shakhtar are all but champions already; Lille will, barring a miraculous collapse, take the second French spot; and it's between favorites Lokomotiv and Krasnodar for the second spot in Russia.
The very interesting one is Turkey:
Galatasaray are hot favorites because of their superior goal difference, but Istanbul Basaksehir are just behind them - and the two still have to play each other at Galatasaray's home. That game's on Sunday, then the final matchday is the following Saturday.
Basaksehirspor are largely unknown in Europe but have been spending big for a few years now. Their current squad includes Gael Clichy and Emmanuel Adebayor, as well as Eljero Elia and Demba Ba. They also have Emre Belozoglu as captain, and Arda Turan on loan from Barcelona. Not short of a few bob, and on the pitch they're significantly ahead of their more famous neighbors Besiktas and Fenerbahce.