Blues are only team to finish second in their group and could face nightmare pairing with either PSG or Barcelona
ENGLISH clubs have made history – with all FIVE teams qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages.
It is the first time ever that five sides from a single country have made it through to the last 16 of the tournament.
Manchester United were already through, but sealed top spot with a 2-1 Group A win over CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford.
Chelsea also knew they would be in the knockout stages, but a 1-1 draw hosting Atletico Madrid meant they slipped below Roma to finish second in Group C.
Manchester City and Tottenham could relax ahead of their games on Wednesday, already confirmed as group-toppers in F and H respectively.
And Liverpool joined the party in style with a 7-0 demolition of Spartak Moscow that confirmed them as Group E winners.
Philippe Coutinho’s hat-trick helped take Reds’ group goal tally to 23 — beating United’s record of 20 for a Prem side set in their Treble-winning season of 1998-99.
The victory also meant four Premier League sides topped their Euro groups for the first time since the 2006-07 season.
Here are the potential opponents for each of the five English teams…
Manchester United (Group A winners):
Bayern Munich, Juventus, Sevilla, Shakhtar Donetsk, Porto, Real Madrid.
Chelsea (Group C runners-up):
Paris St-Germain, Barcelona, Besiktas.
Manchester City (Group F winners):
Basel, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Sevilla, Porto, Real Madrid.
Tottenham (Group H winners):
Basel, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Sevilla, Shakhtar Donetsk, Porto
The five Premier League giants will find out who they face in the last 16 at 11am on Monday 11 December when the draw takes place at Uefa’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
Each group winner will be drawn against a runner-up, with winners away for first legs on 13/14 and 20/21 February, and at home for the return games on 6/7 and 13/14 March.
Teams cannot be drawn against sides they faced in their group, or clubs from the same country.
As Chelsea finished second, that means they cannot face Prem sides – but could land Paris Saint-Germain or Barcelona as one of just four possible ties.
Things look a little rosier for the likes of United, City, Spurs and Liverpool.
But Spurs did the other three no favours by beating Real Madrid into second place, with Bayern Munich and Juventus also lurking for the group winners.