Atletico Madrid qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League with a dominant domestic victory over Monaco, who fought with Thierry Henry.
Coke's dismissed shot gave Atletico a second minute lead.
Antoine Grizman then made two with a stylish finish.
Radamel Falcao misses a penalty for Monaco against his former club, and Stefan Savic of Atletico sent the second booking of the match to acknowledge the self-destruction.
It was a punishment for Henry whose Monaco finally won for the first time under his leadership in Caen on Saturday. The punishment left, they barely threatened Diego Simeone's well-pierced outfit.
With only one point in five games, they need to complete the group's bottom.
Borussia Dortmund is also in the knockout phase, but their tie at Club Brugge's home club leaves them needing Atletico Madrid to slip into the final match against the Belgians to take the chance to beat the group.
Napoli consolidated the lead of Group C
Group C is at the top of Napoli who beat Red Star Belgrade 3-1 in Naples.
Dris Mertens scored two excellent goals after captain Marek Hamsic opened the score at the start. El Fardo Ben dismissed home comfort for the Serbian side.
The result leaves Napoli having a draw against Liverpool in the final group to make sure he qualifies for knockout stages.
In group D, Lokomotiv Moscow won their first points with a 2-0 home victory in Galatasaray.
This result meant a group of Porto leaders and second-placed Schalke qualified in 16 years.
The two sides met in Portugal with a 3-1 win over Porto to ensure they are at the top of the group.