UEFA Champions League 2018-19 Highlights - Matchday 5

Here are the highlights from the first set of Champions League matches on matchday five...

First set of matches on matchday four has come to an end. Here are the highlights from all those matches.

1) Roma 0-2 Real Madrid:  Gareth Bale and Lucas Vazquez earned Real Madrid a 2-0 win away to Roma that guarantees the Champions League holders first place in Group G.

2) Man United 1-0 Young Boys:  Manchester United secured their place in the last 16 of the Champions League as Marouane Fellaini sealed a 1-0 win over Young Boys with a dramatic goal in stoppage time.

3) Bayern Munich 5-1 Benfica:  Bayern Munich qualified for the Champions League knockout stage and relieved the pressure on boss Nico Kovac with an emphatic 5-1 victory over Benfica at Allianz Arena.

4) Lyon 2-2 Man City: Sergio Aguero's late equaliser ensured Manchester City booked their place in the Champions League last 16 with a frantic 2-2 draw at Lyon on Tuesday.

5) Juventus 1-0 Valencia:  Mario Mandzukic's 59th-minute winner earned Juventus a 1-0 victory over Valencia that ensured they booked their place in the knockout rounds.

6) Hoffenheim 2-3 Shakhtar:  Taison's stoppage-time goal gave Shakhtar Donetsk a dramatic 3-2 win over Hoffenheim to keep their Champions League last-16 hopes alive.

7) CSKA Moscow 1-2 Viktoria Plzen:  Lukas Hejda's late goal in a 2-1 win kept Viktoria Plzen's Europa League hopes alive while dumping CSKA Moscow out of the Champions League and sending Real Madrid and Roma through.

8) AEK Athens 0-2 Ajax:  Ajax booked their place in the Champions League knockout rounds with a 2-0 win at 10-man AEK Athens in a match that was marred by violent clashes in the stands.

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