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UEFA Champions League Results
December 12th, 2007 7AM

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Porto, Liverpool, Schalke 04, Real Madrid and Olympiakos clinched berths in the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League with wins on Tuesday in Matchday 6.

Group A
Dec. 11
Marseille 0 Liverpool 4 (Gerrard 4, Fernando Torres 11, Kuyt 48, Babel 90).
Porto 2 (Gonzalez 44, Quaresma 62) Besiktas 0.
Standings: *Porto 11 points; *Liverpool 10; **Marseille 7; Besiktas 6.

Group B
Dec. 11
Chelsea 0 Valencia 0.

Schalke 3 (Asamoah 12, Rafinha 19, Kuranyi 36) Rosenborg 1 (Kone 23).
Standings: *Chelsea 12 points; *Schalke 04, **Rosenborg 7; Valencia 5.

Group C
Olympiakos 3 (Stoltidis 12, 74, Kovacevic 70) Werder Bremen 0.
Real Madrid 3 (Julio Baptista 13, Raul 15, Robinho 36) Lazio 1 (Pandev 80).
Standings: *Real Madrid, *Olympiakos 11 points; **Werder Bremen 6; Lazio 5.
*Advances to round of 16 of UEFA Champions League.
*Advances to round of 32 of UEFA Cup.



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