Current holders of the UEFA Champions League trophy, Real Madrid and Juventus were listed among the seven teams to qualify for the last 16 of the competition on Tuesday.
The late equaliser of Sergio Aguero at Lyon, had sent English Premier League side, Manchester City through on Tuesday.
Bayern Munich shrugged off their recent lethargy to thump Benfica 5-1 to book their place in the knockout rounds and ease the pressure on coach Niko Kovac.
Roma will also play in the knockout phase despite losing 2-0 to Real while former European champions Ajax won 2-0 in a violence-hit game against AEK Athens to book their last-16 ticket after riot police clashed with Dutch fans.
Marouane Fellaini’s 91st minute winner against Young Boys saw Manchester United squeak through after they had laboured against the Swiss at Old Trafford.
After Fellaini’s low shot went in, United manager Jose Mourinho picked up and threw over a pack of bottles in relief at a result that lifts some of the gloom over the club.
At the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Gareth Bale scored one and supplied the cross that led to another as Lucas Vazquez wrapped up a clinical 2-0 win that was a world away from Real’s 3-0 Liga defeat to Eibar at the weekend.