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UEFA Champions League Results
October 24th, 2007 7AM

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With wins on Tuesday, English clubs Manchester United and Arsenal are the only teams in Groups E-H that have nine points after three games. Glasgow Rangers' DaMarcus Beasley was 72nd minute sub in a 0-0 tie with Barcelona.

Group E
VfB Stuttgart 0 Lyon 2 (Fabio Santos 56, Benzema 79).
Rangers 0 Barcelona 0.
Standings: Barcelona, Rangers 7 points; Lyon 3; VfB Stuttgart.
Group F
Dynamo Kiev 2 (Diogo Rincon 34, Bangoura 78) Man. United 4 (Ferdinand 10, Rooney 18, Cristiano Ronaldo 41, pen. 68).
Roma 2 (Juan 15, Vucinic 690 Sporting Lisbon 1 (Liedson 18).
Standings: Man. United 9 points; Roma 6; Sporting Lisbon 3; Dynamo Kiev 0.
Group G
CSKA Moscow 1 (Jo 32) Inter Milan 2 (Crespo 52, Samuel 80).
PSV 0 Fenerbahce 0.
Standings: Inter Milan 6 points; Fenerbahce 5; PSV 4; CSKA Moscow 1.
Group H
Arsenal 7 (Fabregas 5, 58, own goal 24, Walcott 41, 55, Hleb 51, Bendtner 89) Slavia Prague 0.
Sevilla 2 (Kanoute 5, Luis Fabiano 17) Steaua Bucharest 1 (Petre 63).
Standings: Arsenal 9 points; Sevilla 6; Slavia Prague 3; Steaua Bucharest 0.



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