Bookies were left licking their wounds as the well-backed Spaniards eased through with a
David Williams of Ladbrokes said: “It was a bleak night. Lionel Messi opening the scoring and a 3-1 scoreline were both lousy results. We're feeling Arsene Wenger's pain.”
Real Madrid are 7-2 second favourites with Chelsea third at 11-2 narrowly ahead of Manchester United who are 6-1. Spurs are 14-1 ahead of their meeting with AC Milan.