Champions League

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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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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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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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 coach is disappointed with how his team's recent results have panned out and is hoping they can raise their game again in their trip to Anderlecht

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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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Last season's semi-finalists maintained their 100% record in Group E but the former Barcelona boss did not enjoy his trip to Russia

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The Amsterdam giants have not won in seven games on the road in Europe but will be eager to pick up their form in Cyprus

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The San Mames outfit began their Champions League campaign with a dour draw at home to Shakhtar and have won just one Liga game so far this season

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Luis Enrique's men have made a super start to their season, but can Laurent Blanc's side disrupt their unbeaten streak in 2014-15 at Parc des Princes?

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The Giallorossi are looking to build on their win a fortnight ago, while the hosts are aiming to bounce back after being defeated by Bayern Munich

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It's all square in Champions League Group G after one matchday, will Jens Keller's men propel to the top or can the Slovenian underdogs cause a shock?

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The visitors kicked off their Champions League campaign with a victory two weeks ago - can they make it two from two against the Ukrainian giants?

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Can Nani and Co. cause a shock against Jose Mourinho's men, or will the Blues come away from Portugal with all three points?

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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

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COMMENT: The Bavarians survived numerous scares on the counter at CSKA Moscow, raising yet more questions about the Spaniard's tactics