Chelsea FC were a bit unlucky against FC Barcelona, as they should have won the first leg - one defensive mistake ruined it, which was a shame, as they really kept the opposition out. They still may have gone out, but would have put up a much better fight in the return leg, so they were unlucky.
Manchester City were a little unlucky against Liverpool FC e.g. Sane's disallowed goal etc., but Liverpool FC still played well enough to win at least the first leg, so credit to them for their performance.
Manchester United were lucky not to concede in the first leg, but could have at least scored first in the return leg, had we attacked. We get a lot of luck and if we scored first in the return leg, then I do think we would have played much better and since we get a lot of luck anyway, we could have held on enough for us to go through. Poor tactics cost us here, but we deserved it for playing like cowards against a team that we really should have beat, with all due respect to them. Seville FC drew Bayern Munich next, who surely would have beat us with relative ease, but we would have a least made a quarter final, which would have at least been much better.
Tottenham Hotpsur did well in a hard group, avoiding losing to Real Madrid, which deserves credit for sure. I didn't watch their first leg against Juventus FC, but to go there and get a draw, along with 2 away goals deserves credit. It's hard to remember what happened in the return leg, as I didn't watch all the game, but the same Juventus FC side almost did the something amazing against Real Madrid too, though I missed a lot of that game too, unfortunately.
Anyway, credit to Liverpool FC for making the final.
Manchester United were the biggest disappointment in the Champions League this season, as they were eliminated by a team that they really should have beat. At least when the other English sides were eliminated, they were beaten by better teams. It's a shame too, as it's not like Manchester United don't at least have some half decent players up-front to find the back of the net, when given half a chance.