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Chelsea 6-0 Maribor, Roma 1-7 Bayern, Barca 3-1 Ajax - Champions League LIVE
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23:00 BST

21/10/2014

GOODBYE

Champions League, you did us proud this evening. Forty goals, two massive away wins, records equalled, records broken, late drama, controversy - it had the lot. Same again tomorrow? Go on then. Join us from 18:00 BST on Wednesday for Liverpool v Real Madrid and Anderlecht v Arsenal. See you then!
 

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STAT ATTACK

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GROUP H RECAP

Struggling in La Liga and bottom of Group H without a single win - it's all gone wrong for Athletic Bilbao. But the result of the night saw Shakhtar Donetsk thump seven past BATE Borisov, with striker Luiz Adriano equalling the Champions League record for most goals scored (5) in one game. Incredible stuff.

BATE Borisov 0-7 Shakhtar Donetsk | Porto 2-1 Athletic Bilbao

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21/10/2014

GROUP G RECAP

Chelsea are crusing through Group G and should finish up as group winners, while Schalke won a seven-goal thriller against Sporting to remain unbeaten and take second place.

Chelsea 6-0 Maribor | Schalke 4-3 Sporting
 

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GROUP F RECAP

Barcelona survived a late scare to pick up their second win of the group stage, while Paris Saint-Germain stay top thanks to that Edinson Cavani goal in the dying moments. Ajax and APOEL, both without a victory so far, look set to battle for third.

APOEL 0-1 Paris Saint-Germain | Barcelona 3-1 Ajax

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21/10/2014

GROUP E RECAP

How Manchester City will rue those dropped points against CSKA Moscow. City led 2-0 after an impressive first half but capitulated in the second half and remain without a win. Roma, despite being hammered at home by Bayern Munich, are still second and on course to progress.

CSKA Moscow 2-2 Manchester City | Roma 1-7 Bayern Munich
 

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21/10/2014

ROMA 1-7 BAYERN MUNICH - GARCIA REACTION

Roma coach Rudi Garcia to Sky Sport: "The big mistake was mine, I made a tactical mistake. Our way of playing had to be more defensive. The only good news is Manchester City drew tonight. This defeat is a demonstration that we have to work to become one of the most important clubs in Europe."

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STAT ATTACK

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CHELSEA 6-0 MARIBOR - PENALTY PROBLEMS

Uh-oh. A resounding win but Jose Mourinho isn’t happy with Eden Hazard letting Didier Drogba take a penalty: "I wasn't particularly pleased because I have my choices and Eden is the first choice. Drogba, Oscar, Fabregas and Diego Costa are there in case Eden is off the pitch."
 

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ROMA 1-7 BAYERN MUNICH - GUARDIOLA REACTION

Pep Guardiola to Sky: “There are always little things you can improve. This was no normal situation, but you always have to keep going... Roma are usually a great team, but we were very aggressive. We had good possession, found the spaces and used them. The guys upfront, Robert, Thomas and Arjen, did a great job.”

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CHELSEA 6-0 MARIBOR - PRAISE FOR ZOUMA

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PORTO 2-1 ATHLETIC BILBAO - SUMMARY

Ben Cullimore reports: “Bilbao will feel hard done by after a second half in which they were arguably the better of the two sides, but, in the end, Porto were just too strong for them. The attacking trio of Quintero, Martinez and Tello were superb, whilst Quaresma joined in with the fun to great effect.”

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ROMA 1-7 BAYERN MUNICH - ROBBEN REACTION

Arjen Robben to Sky: "There will be much applause because we played so well. But let's keep our feet on the ground. It is still early in this season. This may sound bad after you won 7-1, but there are always little things you can improve. It is only October and the trophies are won in May."
 

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21/10/2014

BATE BORISOV 0-7 SHAKHTAR DONETSK - SUMMARY

Tom Davis reports: “BATE were blown away in the first half with six goals, four from Adriano, and the striker added a fifth in the second to equal Lionel Messi's record for most goals in a Champions League match. Shakhtar pick up their first win of the group and they have done it in style.”

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CHELSEA 6-0 MARIBOR - REMY INJURY UPDATE

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SCHALKE 4-3 SPORTING - SUMMARY

Martin Macdonald reports: “The first-half sending off of Mauricio and subsequent goal from Obasi turned the match on its head. Schalke went 3-1 up in the second half only for the Portuguese side to claw the score back to 3-3. The drama wasn't over though as Choupo-Moting converted a last-minute penalty to make it 4-3 and break Sporting's hearts.”
 

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21/10/2014

APOEL 0-1 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN - SUMMARY

Tom Maston reports: “APOEL cannot muster one final chance, and Paris Saint-Germain have stolen this one at the death. Cavani's hooked effort sees them top Group F after three matches, with this win being even more crucial after news of Barcelona beating Ajax at Camp Nou this evening.”

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STAT ATTACK

EIGHT games, FORTY goals, ONE busy live text commentator. Oct 1st 1997 LIVE writer - I feel your pain.

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ROMA 1-7 BAYERN MUNICH - SUMMARY

Tom Webber reports: “Roma were taken apart and found themselves five goals down at the break through Robben (2), Gotze, Lewandowski and Muller. The hosts did improve and eventually got the better of Neuer through Gervinho's header. However, Guardiola called upon Ribery and Shaqiri from the bench and they both found the net to complete a resounding victory!”