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UEFA Champions League Results
September 18th, 2008 7AM

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Despite the introduction of star Cristiano Ronaldo in the second half, defending champion Manchester United had to settle for a 0-0 tie with Spain's Villarreal to open the group stage of the 2008-09 UEFA Champions League. For all the Day 1 results and goal scorers ...

WEDNESDAY RESULTS
Group E
Manchester United 0 Villarreal 0.
Celtic 0 Aalborg 0.
Group F
Steaua Bucharest 0 Bayern Munich 1 (Van Buyten 15).
Lyon 2 (Piquionne 74, Benzema 86) Fiorentina 2 (Gilardino 11, 42).
Group G
Porto 3 (Lisandro Lopez 11, Lucho Gonzalez 13, Lino 90+2) Fenerbahce 1 (Dani Guiza 29).
Dynamo Kiev 1 (Bangoura pen. 63) Arsenal 1 (Gallas 88).
Group H
Juventus 1 (Del Piero 76) Zenit St. Petersburg 0.
Real Madrid 2 (Ramos 11, van Nistelrooy 57) BATE Borisov 0.

TUESDAY RESULTS
Group A
Chelsea 4 (Lampard 14, J.Cole 30, Malouda 82, Anelka 90+2) Bordeaux 0.
Roma 1 (Panucci 17) Cluj 2 (Culio 27, 49).
Group B
Panathinaikos 0 Inter Milan 2 (Mancini 27, Adriano 85).
Werder Bremen 0 Anorthosis 0.
Group C
FC Basel 1 (Abraham 90+3) Shakhtar Donetsk 2 (Fernandinho 25, Jadson 45+1).
Barcelona 3 (Marquez 21, Eto'o pen. 60, Xavi 87) Sporting Lisbon 1 (Tonel 72).
Group D
PSV 0 Atletico Madrid 3 (Aguero 9, 36, Maniche 54).
Marseille 1 (Cana 23) Liverpool 2 (Gerrard 26, pen. 32).



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