Paulo Dybala scored a brace as Juventus booked a place in the round of 16 after an enthralling 4-2 home victory over Zenit St. Petersburg on Wednesday night.
The Argentine scored in either half before assisting Alvaro Morata, who scored Juve’s fourth goal after Federico Chiesa got on the scoresheet as well.
Sardar Azmoun netted a stoppage-time consolation for Zenit, who must win both of their remaining group matches to have any hope of reaching the knockout stages.
The victory means Juventus are top of Group H with 12 points after four straight UEFA Champions League wins.
They are three points ahead of champions Chelsea, who are in second place after a 1-0 win away at Malmo earlier in the night.
Chelsea, who hammered Malmo 4-0 when the sides met in London two weeks ago, remain second in the standings and now just need a point from their two remaining games.
Hakim Ziyech scored the only goal of the game 10 minutes after the restart and the Blues wasted many chances throughout the game but hang on for the win.
Edouard Mendy kept yet another clean sheet as Chelsea have still only condeded one goal throughout the four opening games of the European campaign.
The Swedish champions Malmo remain rooted to the bottom of the standings with 0 points.