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UEFA Champions League Results
November 29th, 2007 7AM

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Chelsea and AC Milan were the only teams on Tuesday to clinch berths in the second stage of the UEFA Champions League. Eight spots will be up for grabs on Matchday 6, which will be held Dec. 11-12.

Group A
Nov. 28
Besiktas 2 (Rodrigo Tello 27, Bobo 88) Marseille 1 (Taiwo 65).
Liverpool 4 (Fernando Torres 19, 78, Gerrard pen. 84, Crouch 87) Porto 1 (Lisandro Lopez 33).
Standings: Porto 8 points; Marseille, Liverpool 7; Besiktas 6.

Group B
Nov. 28
Rosenborg 0 Chelsea 4 (Drogba 8, 20, Alex 40, J.Cole 73),
Valencia 0 Schalke 0.
Standings: *Chelsea 11 points; Rosenborg 7; Schalke 4; Valencia 3.

Group C
Nov. 28
Lazio 1 (Pandev 30) Olympiakos 2 (Galletti 35, Kovacevic 64).
Werder Bremen 3 (Rosenberg 5, Sanogo 40, Hunt 58) Real Madrid 2 (Robinho 14, van Nistelrooy 71).
Standings: Real Madrid, Olympiakos 8 points; Werder Bremen 6; Lazio 5.

Group D
Nov. 28
Benfica 1 (Maxi Pereira 20) AC Milan 1 (Pirlo 15)
Celtic 2 (Jarosik 45, Donati 90+2) Shakhtar Donetsk 1 (Brandao 4).
Standings: *AC Milan 10 points; Celtic 9; Shakhtar Donetsk 6; Benfica 4.

Group E
Nov. 27
Lyon 2 (Juninho 7, pen. 80) Barcelona 2 (Iniesta 3, Messi pen. 58).
VfB Stuttgart 3 (Cacau 45+2, Pardo 62, Marica 85) Rangers 2 (Adam 27, Ferguson 70).
Standings: *Barcelona 11 points; Rangers, Lyon 7; VfB Stuttgart 3.

Group F
Nov. 27
Dynamo Kiev 1 (Bangoura 64) Roma 4 (Panucci 4, Giuly 33, Vucinic 36, 78).
Man. United 2 (Tevez 61, Cristiano Ronaldo 90+2) Sporting Lisbon 1 (Abel 21).
Standings: *Man. Utd. 15 points; *Roma 10; Sporting Lisbon 4; Dynamo Kiev 0.

Group G
Nov. 27
CSKA Moscow 0 PSV 1 (Farfan 39).
Inter Milan 3 (Cruz 55, Ibrahimovic 66, Jimenez 90+3) Fenerbahce 0.
Standings: *Inter Milan 12 points; Fenerbahce 8; PSV 7; CSKA Moscow 1.

Group H
Nov. 27
Sevilla 3 (Keita 24, Luis Fabiano 34, Kanoute pen. 89) Arsenal 1 (Eduardo 11).
Steaua Bucharest 1 (Badea 11) Slavia Prague 1 (Senkerik 79).
Standings: *Sevilla 12 points; *Arsenal 10 points; Slavia Prague 5; Steaua Bucharest 1.
*Qualified for the finals.



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