LONDON: Barcelona emerged as top dogs in Champions League Group F ahead of Paris Saint-Germain, claiming a 3-1 win after falling behind to a PSG opener from Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Barca quickly drew level through Lionel Messi’s 75th Champions League goal, and a brilliant Neymar run and finish just before the break set up the home side, whose win was sealed through a Luis Suarez goal 13 minutes from time and took the Spanish giants above PSG to win the group.

Ajax took the Europa League spot available in Group F by crushing APOEL Nicosia 4-0. Lasse Schone scored the first two goals – the first from the penalty spot – before Davy Klaassen and Arkadiusz Milik completed the rout.

In Group H, already-qualified pair FC Porto and Shakhtar Donetsk fought out a 1-1 draw in Portugal, where Vincent Aboubakar’s 88th minute equaliser denied Shakhtar, who had led through a Taras Stepanenko goal.

Athletic Bilbao secured a Europa League place by seeing off BATE Borisov 2-0 through second-half goals from Mikel San Jose and Markel Susaeta.

Manchester City beat Roma 2-0 to secure their place in the last 16.

Second-half goals by Samir Nasri and Pablo Zabaleta ensured that the reigning Barclays Premier League champions progressed from Group E with Bayern Munich.

The stakes were high for City in the Olympic Stadium against a Roma side that also held knockout phase ambitions, but despite a few scares along the way, an assured performance during the second 45 minutes underpinned an impressive away-day success.

Roma, meanwhile, finished third and secured Europa League qualification.

For their part, Bayern concluded the pool stage with an emphatic 3-0 home win against CSKA Moscow.

Thomas Muller’s first-half penalty sent them on their way before strikes during the last 10 minutes from Sebastien Rode and Mario Gotze completed Moscow’s misery.

Premier League leaders Chelsea had already won Group G before their final fixture against Stamford Bridge visitors Sporting Lisbon, and an eighth-minute Cesc Fabregas penalty set the tone for a 3-1 victory after Filipe Luis had been tripped.

Andre Schurrle doubled the advantage just eight minutes later, and although Jonathan Silva replied for Sporting early in the second period, John Obi Mikel’s 57th-minute effort eased any nerves.

There was further misery for Sporting as Schalke jumped above them to take second place courtesy of a 1-0 away win against Maribor that was secured by a Max Meyer goal after 62 minutes.