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UEFA Champions League Results
November 8th, 2007 7AM

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*Qualified for round of 16.

WEDNESDAY
Group E

Barcelona 2 (Henry 6, Messi 43) Rangers 0.
Lyon 4 (Ben Arfa 6, 37, Kallstrom 15, Juninho 90) VfB Stuttgart 2 (Gomez 16, 56).
Standings: Barcelona 10 points; Rangers 7; Lyon 6; VfB Stuttgart 0.

Group F
Man. Utd. 4 (Pique 31, Tevez 37, Rooney 76, Cristiano Ronaldo 88) Dynamo Kiev 0.
Sporting Lisbon 2 (Liedson 22, 64) Roma 2 (Cassetti 4, own goal 89)
Standings: *Man. Utd. 12 points; Roma 7; Sporting Lisbon 4; Dynamo Kiev 0.

Group G
Fenerbahce 2 (own goal 28, Semih 30) PSV 0.
Inter Milan 4 (Ibrahimovic 33, 75 Cambiasso 34, 67) CSKA Moscow 2 (Jo 23, Vagner Love 31).
Standings: Inter Milan 9 points; Fenerbahce 8; PSV 4; CSKA Moscow 1.

Group H
Steaua Bucharest 0 Sevilla 2 (Renato 25, 65).
Slavia Prague 0 Arsenal 0.
Standings: *Arsenal 10 points; Sevilla 9; Slavia Prague 4; Steaua Bucharest 0.

TUESDAY
Group A
Liverpool 8 (Crouch 19, 89, Benayoun 32, 53, 56, Gerrard 69, Babel 78, 81) Besiktas 0.
Porto 2 (Sektioui 27, Lisandro Lopez 78) Marseille 1 (Niang 47).
Standings: Porto 8 points; Marseille 7; Liverpool 4; Besiktas 3.

Group B
Valencia 0 Rosenborg 2 (Iversen 31, 58).
Schalke 0 Chelsea 0.
Standings: Chelsea 8 points; Rosenborg 7; Schalke 4; Valencia 3.

Group C
Lazio 2 (Rocchi 57, 68) Werder Bremen 1 (Diego pen. 88)
Olympiakos 0 Real Madrid 0.
Standings: Real Madrid 8 points; Lazio, Olympiakos 5; Werder Bremen 3.

Group D
Celtic 1 (McGeady 44) Benfica 0.
Shakhtar Donetsk 0 AC Milan 3 (Inzaghi 66, 90, Kaka 72).
Standings: AC Milan 9 points; Shakhtar Donetsk, Celtic 6; Benfica 3.



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