United’s Jesse Lingard, Martial and goalkeeper David de Gea look dejected after Naldo scored Wolfsburg’s third goal.
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VfL Wolfsburg reached the Champions League last 16 and dealt a knockout blow to Manchester United with a 3-2 victory Tuesday that secured top spot in Group B and condemned their opponents to the Europa League.United were set to reach the next round when an own goal by Josuha Guilavogui leveled the scores at 2-2 with eight minutes left but Naldo grabbed his second and left the visitors needing PSV Eindhoven to lose at home to CSKA to reach the next round.Raheem Sterling celebrated his 21st birthday with two goals as Manchester City scored three times in the last 10 minutes to sink Borussia Moenchengladbach 4-2 and finish top of Group D.City, without several first-team regulars including captain Vincent Kompany and striker Sergio Aguero, took the lead in the 16th minute when Sterling fed David Silva with a clever backheel in the box and the Spain playmaker drove home a bullet shot.
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