Despite that, Silva has expressed disappointment in the club's first official defeat of the campaign.
"The game didn't go as we expected," the midfielder told BT Sport. "In the first half they were better than us and it was a deserved win for them.
"In the second half we tried to come back, had our chances, but we are not happy. Even though we had already qualified, we wanted the three points.
"We have played against some amazing teams this season, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal and we did well. In the Champions League you never know what will happen and we will see what happens.
"We will try our best to win all the competitions. Today it was a big opportunity for most of the players that are not playing as much as the others. I hope we can win at the weekend [against Manchester United] - this is a really important match for us."
All five Premier League clubs have made it into the knockout rounds.