Barca stunned after Celtic win
All the latest results from the UEFA Champions League games from 7 November 2012.
LONDON - Barcelona wasted their first chance to reach the Champions League last 16 after a surprise defeat by Celtic.
Manchester United edged through and six-goal Bayern Munich rocketed closer to progression on Wednesday.
United came from behind to win 3-1 at Braga after a Robin van Persie strike, Wayne Rooney's penalty and Javier Hernandez's scrappy goal in the final 10 minutes sealed a knockout stage berth, as group winners following a painful early exit last term.
Favourites Barca lost 2-1 in Glasgow after Victor Wanyama and Tony Watt struck in a famous win for the modest Scottish champions, who exposed the continued defensive frailties of the slick passing Catalans.
Lionel Messi pulled one back late on but the point that would have put the Group G leaders through was not forthcoming even if they still lead Celtic and Benfica.
"It's right up there, one of the proudest moments of my career. This is monumental," Celtic manager Neil Lennon told reporters.
His side had also led at the Nou Camp before a late 2-1 loss last month.
Galatasaray's 3-1 win in Cluj left second spot wide open.
Shakhtar Donetsk could have gone through with a win in Group E but lost 3-2 at stuttering holders Chelsea, who netted in injury time through Victor Moses's header from a corner to spark wild scenes at Stamford Bridge.
Juventus powered to 4-0 home victory over Denmark's Nordsjaelland, avenging the 1-1 draw at the minnows two weeks' ago, but the Turin side stay third on six points with the Ukraine and English sides on seven.