Champions League

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

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Second-half goals from defenders Giulio Donati and Kyriakos Papadopoulos secured an important three points for Roger Schmidt's side, sending them to the top of Group C

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Late goals from Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in Brussels, after an Andy Najar goal gave the hosts a well-deserved lead to cling on to

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The hosts turned it on in the second half to score five unanswered goals which put them top of Group A thanks to an inspired showing from Koke

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The Eagles became the first Bulgarian side to win a Champions League game thanks to Jordan Minev's second-half stoppage-time strike against the 10-man Swiss champions

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Two goals from the Gabonese forward, a superb Marco Reus effort and a late strike from substitute Adrian Ramos leave Jurgen Klopp and Co. in a healthy position

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Paulo Sousa's men survived Serey Die's sending off in the first half until injury time but a crisp finish from the veteran settled the encounter

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Kostas Mitroglou's cut-back was expertly swept home by the Swiss midfielder to give the Greek champions another shock victory in the group stages

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Roger Schmidt's men sprung to life in the second half to dismiss Andre-Villas Boas' side and give them the advantage in Champions League Group B

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Goals from defender Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski at the death gave the Gunners a much-needed win over the Belgian outfit, despite Andy Najar's second-half opener

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Last season's Europa League runners-up left Stade Louis II with a point after a tense and exciting game that saw plenty of action at both ends of the pitch

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The France international netted a first-half brace, while the Ballon d'Or holder continued his superb run of form to bag his 20th goal in 13 appearances this season

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Brendan Rodgers' men welcome the reigning European champions to Anfield hoping to claim a famous victory and bounce back from a shock defeat to Basel last time out

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Arsene Wenger's men head to Belgium needing a win to avoid losing ground on Borussia Dortmund in Group D and a morale boost after a run of poor recent form

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The European game's governing body has admitted it is looking at alternatives after around 500 people were allowed into the corporate section of Khimki Arena on Tuesday

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The world’s best No.1 got his timing right and played a vital role in helping his side to a stunning 7-1 win in Rome. But for his early save, who knows what might have happened?

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The Bosnian was stunned that the Bavarians so easily swept aside last season's Scudetto runners-up and blamed conceding in the opening 10 minutes on his side's capitulation