Tuesday, 21 October 2014

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COMMENT: The German champions were in sensational form at the Stadio Olimpico, laying down a real marker in Europe and teaching their opponents a painful lesson

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A controversial last minute penalty from Eric Choupo-Moting seals Roberto Di Matteo's first Champions League win as boss of the Bundesliga outfit...

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Edinson Cavani scored in the 87th minute to secure all three points for Laurent Blanc's side on what looked as if it was going to be a frustrating night for the Ligue 1 champions

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Dynamic duo Neymar and Lionel Messi were on target again as the Blaugrana bounced back from their loss to Paris Saint-Germain with a win over the Dutch champions

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Six goals in the first half, including four from Adriano, earned the Ukrainians their first win as the Brazilian notched his fifth from the spot to wrap it up

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Pep Guardiola's men were imperious as they dismantled the Giallorossi to maintain their 100 per cent record in Group E and record their biggest away win in the Champions League

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The Uruguay international struck with just three minutes remaining in Cyprus to ensure that Laurent Blanc's men remain above Barcelona at the top of Champions League Group F

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The Brazilian scored the third fastest hat-trick in Champions League history on his way to a five-goal haul, as the Ukrainians picked up their first win in Group H

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The Argentine set Neymar up for the opener before netting himself after latching onto a fine through-ball from Andres Iniesta, while Sandro sealed victory for the Catalans late on

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The club legend hit his first goal for the club since the 2012 Champions League final, while the Belgium international bagged a brace as the Blues ran riot at Stamford Bridge

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Jose Mourinho's team romped to a club-record Champions League win as they tore apart the Slovenian minnows at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday evening

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The 25-year-old stepped up to net a late penalty after Adrien Silva had scored twice to get the 10-man visitors back on level terms

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The Portuguese winger claimed the decisive goal to keep Julen Lopetegui's side top of their Champions League group and on course for qualification

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The Dutchman scored twice as Pep Guardiola's side swept their opponents aside at the Stadio Olimpico to take firm control of their Champions League group

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CSKA Moscow roared back from two goals down to claim a point in the second half to leave the Blues' Champions League hopes in the balance, but the Chilean is in defiant mood

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The Welshman has been ruled out of the clash at Anfield, plus this weekend's Clasico against Barcelona, but the Reds boss is unconcerned by the fact he will miss out

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Jose Mourinho's side host the Slovenian champions at Stamford Bridge in a Group G clash, having run out 2-1 winners over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in their last fixture

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The Citizens surrendered a two-goal lead with a controversial late penalty leaving them without a win in their Champions League Group E campaign after three games

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Bibras Natkho fired home a late penalty following Seydou Doumbia's second half strike as the Russian side came from 2-0 down to earn a gutsy point at Arena Khimki