Champions League report cards: Real Madrid a D and Liverpool a C

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4:07 AM ETGabriele MarcottiSenior Writer, ESPN FC The 2019-20 Champions League is heating up at the halfway point of the group stage, with plenty of issues for the major contenders and no team really standing out above the rest. How does everyone rate with three games left between now and the round of 16? ESPN’s Gab Marcotti assesses the entire 32-team field to see where every team sits heading into the stretch.Group AParis Saint-Germain: first place, nine pointsDespite early injuries to Neymar, Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe, they’ve been close to flawless, with the highlight being a 3-0 rout of Real Madrid at the Parc des Princes. Grade: AReal Madrid: second place, four pointsAwful in Paris during Matchday 1 and possibly worse at home against Bruges, when they came from two goals down. Victory away to Galatasaray was huge and keeps them pointing in the right direction. Grade: DClub Brugge: third place, two pointsThey’ve only lost once all season long in all competitions but will rue their failure to capitalise on a home tie with Galatasaray (it finished 0-0). Meanwhile, wasting a two-goal lead at the Bernabeu could cost them dearly. Grade: BGalatasaray: fourth place, one pointThey’ve been poor in the league and poor in Europe. Zero points from their two home games thus far means they’ll need a minor miracle if they are to advance. Grade: DGroup BBayern Munich: first place, nine pointsThat huge 7-2 away win over Tottenham papered over a number of cracks but they’re three for three so far in group play, which means they can worry about manager Niko Kovac’s successor rather than the Round of 16. Grade: BTottenham Hotspur: second place, four pointsSpurs have been a model of unpredictability and inconsistency, but thankfully so have the other sides in the group. Grade: CRed Star Belgrade: third place, three pointsThey were heavily beaten i

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