Holders Barcelona made it through to the second round of the Champions League with a 2-0 win over Werder Bremen.
Barca, who required a victory in their final group match to reach the last 16, took all three points courtesy of first-half goals from Ronaldinho and Eidur Gudjohnsen.
In the other key games on the night, Roma beat Valencia to reach the knockout stage, while Spartak Moscow’s win at Sporting Lisbon ensured they took the UEFA Cup spot at the expense of their Portuguese rivals.
Ronaldinho, who in recent games has shown glimpses of the form that last year saw him voted European and Fifa player of the Year, showed great imagination to roll his free-kick under the wall on 13 minutes. Gudjohnsen then finished from close range six minutes later, with Bremen having to settle for the Uefa Cup in the spring.
In the other Group A game, Andrii Shevchenko scored his first Champions League goal for Chelsea with the outside of his right foot against Levski Sofia. It was the Ukraine international’s 57th in European competition and leaves him five behind all-time top scorer Gerd Muller.
A second goal arrived for Chelsea on 83 minutes when substitute Shaun Wright-Phillips scored his first competitive goal for the club.
In Group B, Roy Makaay put Bayern Munich ahead against Internazionale on 62 minutes, and although Patrick Vieira fired home an injury-time equaliser for Inter, the draw meant that Bayern top the group and the Italians take the runners-up spot.
In the Group’s other game Spartak got off to a dream start in Portugal, when Roman Pavluchenko’s overhead kick gave the visitors the lead on eight minutes against Sporting.
Maxim Kalinichenko added a second goal on 16 minutes before Carlos Bueno pulled one back on 31 minutes.
Spartak made certain of the Uefa Cup place when Denis Boyarintsev scored a third goal a minute from time
With Liverpool and PSV already assured of a place in the last 16, it was little surprise that both teams were beaten in their final group matches. Group winners Liverpool, returning to Istanbul for the first time since their 2005 Champions League triumph, went down 3-2 to Galatasaray, while PSV suffered a 3-1 home defeat to Bordeaux.
In Group D, an injury-hit Valencia side fell behind to Roma on 13 minutes when Christian Panucci had a simple header to earn the points, with both clubs advancing from Group D.
Meanwhile, in Greece, Francelino Matuzalem put Shakhtar Donetsk in front against Olympiakos, but the home side levelled on 54 minutes through Nery Alberto Castillo.
Shakhtar had Razvan Rat sent off late on for a second yellow card as the Ukrainians took a spot in the Uefa Cup.