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UEFA Champions League Results
September 30th, 2009 7AM

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Barcelona and Arsenal cruised. Lyon and Sevilla won big on the road. Inter Milan struggled, and Liverpool lost.

Tuesday's Results:
Group E
Fiorentina (ITA) 2 (Jovetic 28, 37) Liverpool (ENG) 0
Debrecen (HUN) 0 Lyon (FRA) 4 (Kallstrom 3, Pjanic 13, Govou 24, Gomis 51)
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Group F
Rubin Kazan (RUS) 1 (Dominguez 11) Inter Milan (ITA) 1 (Stankovic 27)
Barcelona (SPA) 2 (Messi 25, Pedro 76) Dynamo Kiev (UKR) 0
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Group G
Unirea Urziceni (ROM) 1 (Varga 48) VfB Stuttgart (GER) 1 (Tasci 5)
Rangers (SCO) 1 (Novo 88) Sevilla (SPA) 4 (Konko 50, Adriano 64, Luis Fabiano 72, Kanoute 74)
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Group H
Arsenal (ENG) 2 (Van Persie 78, Arshavin 86) Olympiakos (GRE) 0
AZ Alkmaar (NED) 1 (El Hamdaoui 48) Standard Liege (BEL) 1 (Traore 90+1)

Wednesday's Schedule:
Group A
(2:45 pm ET) Bayern Munich vs. Juventus, FSE, delay, Thursday, 12:30 am ET; FSC, delay, Thursday, 11 am ET.
(2:45 pm ET) Bordeaux vs. Maccabi Haifa
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Group B
(12:30 pm ET) CSKA Moscow vs. Besiktas
(2:45 pm ET) Man. United vs. Wolfsburg, FSC, live, 2:30 pm ET; FSE, delay, 5 pm ET; SSU, delay, 5 pm ET
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Group C
(2:45 pm ET) Real Madrid vs. Marseille, FSE, live, 2:30 pm ET; FSC, delay, 5 pm ET; SSU, delay, 6:45 pm ET
(2:45 pm ET) AC Milan vs. FC Zurich
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Group D
(2:45 pm ET) APOEL vs. Chelsea, SSU, live, 2:30 pm ET; FSE, delay, Thursday, 11 am ET; FSC, delay, Thursday, 5 pm ET.
(2:45 pm ET) Porto vs. Atletico Madrid, FSC, delay, Thursday, 2 am ET; , FSE, delay, Thursday, 1 pm ET.



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