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UEFA Champions League Results
September 19th, 2007 7:01AM

TAGS:  uefa champions league


Defending champion AC Milan opened its UEFA Champions League campaign with a 2-1 win over Benfica, while last season's runner-up, Liverpool, was held to a 1-1 tie by Porto, the other Portuguese representative in action on Tuesday. For the complete results and goalscorers ...

Porto 1 (Gonzalez pen. 8) Liverpool 1 (Kuyt 17).
Marseille 2 (Rodriguez 76, Cisse 90) Besiktas 0.

Schalke 04 0 Valencia 1 (Villa 63).

Real Madrid 2 (Raul 16, van Nistelrooy 74) Werder Bremen 1 (Sanogo 17).
Olympiakos 1 (Galletti 55) Lazio 1 (Zauri 77).

Shakhtar Donetsk 2 (Brandao 6, Lucarelli 8) Celtic 0.
AC Milan 2 (Pirlo 9, Inzaghi 24) Benfica 1 (Nuno Gomes 90+2).

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