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UEFA Champions League Results
September 16th, 2009 7AM

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The outcomes of several UEFA Champions League matches weren't decided on Tuesday until the last quarter of an hour. Manchester United and AC Milan won thanks to late goals, while Bordeaux gained a point at Juventus with a goal a quarter of an hour before the end. For all Tuesday's results and Wednesday's schedule with television coverage ...

Tuesday's Results:
Group A
Juventus 1 (Iaquinta 63) Bordeaux 1 (Plasil 75).
Maccabi Haifa 0 Bayern Munich 3 (van Buyten 64, Mueller 86, 88).

Group B
Wolfsburg 3 (Grafite 35, 40 pen., 86) CSKA Moscow 1 (Dzagoev 77).
Besiktas 0 Man. United 1 (Scholes 77).

Group C
FC Zurich 2 (Margairaz pen. 64, Aegerter 65) Real Madrid 5 (Cristiano Ronaldo 27, 89, Raul 34, Higuain 45+1, Guti 90+4).
Marseille 1 (Heinze 49) AC Milan 2 (Inzaghi 28, 74).

Group D
Chelsea 1 (Anelka 48) Porto 0.
Atletico Madrid 0 APOEL Nicosia 0.

Wednesday's Schedule:
Group E
Liverpool-Debrecen
(FSC: live, 2:30 pm ET; Fox Sports en Espanol, delay, 5 pm ET; Setanta Sports USA: delay, 5 pm ET)
Lyon-Fiorentina
(Fox Sports en Espanol: delay, Thursday, 11 am ET; FSC: delay, Thursday, 5 pm ET)

Group F

Inter Milan-Barcelona
(Fox Sports en Espanol, live, 2:30 pm ET, FSC: delay, 7 pm ET; Setanta Sports USA: delay, 6:45 pm ET)
Dynamo Kiev-Rubin Kazan

Group G

VfB Stuttgart-Rangers
(FSC: delay, Thursday, 11 am ET; Fox Sports en Espanol: delay, Thursday, 1 pm ET)
Sevilla-Unirea Urziceni

Group H

Standard Liege-Arsenal
(Setanta Sports USA: live, 2:15 pm ET; FSC: delay, 5 pm ET; Fox Sports en Espanol: delay, Thursday, 9:30 pm ET)
Olympiakos-AZ



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