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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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Lucas Andersen's goal was not enough as the Dutch champions were forced to settle for their second 1-1 draw of the group stages so far

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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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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

Monday, September 29, 2014

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Peter Crouch's first-half goal was enough for the Potters to claim all three points and keep the Magpies firmly in the relegation zone as Alan Pardew edged closer to the trapdoor

Sunday, September 28, 2014

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A standout performance from striker Saido Berahino helped the hosts to a convincing win that leaves Sean Dyche's side rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table

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Adil Rami's header cancelled out the home side's opener and Filippo Inzaghi's men were forced to hold out for a draw after Cristian Zapata was sent off late in the match

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A first half hat-trick from Albin Ekdal was enough to snatch three shock points for the visitors, after Yuto Nagatomo was dismissed early in the game for two clumsy challenges

Saturday, September 27, 2014

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Carlos Tevez scored twice before Alvaro Morata netted a late goal to secure all three points for the Serie A champions, who have now won all five of their league games

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An entertaining north London derby saw the Gunners came back from a goal behind to claim a point, though were unlucky not to pick up all three as Spurs clung on

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The Giallorossi were made to battle for victory but deserved to take all three points following Alessandro Florenzi's opener and Mattia Destro's 40-yard stunner

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Barcelona steamrolled their opposition at Camp Nou, with a hat-trick from Neymar and two goals from Lionel Messi helping Luis Enrique's side to yet another impressive home win

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Graziano Pelle's sensational overhead kick enables the Saints to build on their best start to a top-flight season for 26 years with another deserved three points