Champions League

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

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The Belarusian champions record their first ever win over Spanish opposition as they narrowly overcome the Basque side in Group H

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Jackson Martinez's late goals secured a point for the Portuguese outfit after defensive errors allowed Alex Teixeira and Luiz Adriano to give the hosts a two-goal lead

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Goals from Lionel Messi and Neymar were not enough for the Catalan giants as Laurent Blanc's men took all three points in an electrifying game at Parc des Princes

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Nemanja Matic's header gave the Blues the Champions League win for which they were looking but they could have had many more, with Andre Schurrle missing the best chance

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A second-half finish from Klaas-Jan Huntelaar salvaged a point for Jens Keller's side, following Damjan Bohar's opener, as Maribor acquitted themselves well in Gelsenkirchen

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Alex Teixeira and Luiz Adriano's second-half goals looked like they were set to give the hosts a win, but the Colombian netted twice in the dying minutes to secure a draw

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Manuel Pellegrini's men are three points adrift of Wednesday's opponents and five behind group E leaders Bayern Munich after playing out a tight draw at the Etihad Stadium

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Lionel Messi and Neymar both got on the scoresheet but the French champions emerged victorious after David Luiz and Marco Verratti also scored

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Lucas Andersen put the Dutch champions ahead but an equaliser followed shortly after during the first half in Nicosia

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The Belarusian champions were humbled by Porto on matchday one but bagged their first win in the competition since October 2012 despite Aritz Aduriz's goal

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Jose Mourinho's side were living dangerously in the second half but eventually picked up a battling victory which sends them three points clear at the top of group G

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Damjan Bohar put the visitors into a shock lead, but the prolific Dutch striker pounced in the second half to level affairs in Gelsenkirchen

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The midfielder, 34, has toppled Real Madrid legend Raul as the player who has featured more times than anyone else in the history of the elite European competition

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The Bavarians survived numerous scares on the counterattack as they beat CSKA Moscow in an empty stadium, raising yet more questions about the Spaniard's tactics

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The German side are in good form after beating Dortmund last time out and picking up a draw away to Chelsea in the Champions League. Will that run continue? Follow it LIVE

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The Ukrainian side have an impressive home record in the Champions League in recent seasons, but are now playing in Lviv. Will it still be a fortress? Follow it LIVE

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Jose Mourinho's side could only draw in their opening game against Schalke and now face a side who have not lost at home in 16 European encounters. Follow the action LIVE

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A first-half Thomas Muller penalty was enough to give Pep Guardiola's men another three points in Group E, with the second goal of the contest proving too elusive for both sides