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UEFA Champions League Results
October 22nd, 2009 7:01AM



Manchester United and Chelsea both won their third games to join Lyon and Sevilla as the only teams to have perfect records after three games. For all the midweek results ...

Group A
Bordeaux 2 Bayern Munich 1
Goals: Ciani 29, Planus 40; own goal 6.
Juventus 1 Maccabi Haifa 0
Goal: Chiellini 47

Group B
CSKA 0 Man. United 1.
Goal: Antonio Valencia 86
Wolfsburg 0 Besiktas 0

Group C
Real Madrid 2 AC Milan 3
Goals: Raul 19, Drenthe 76; Pirlo 62, Alexandre Pato 66, 88.
FC Zurich 0 Marseille 1
Goal: Heinze 69

Group D
Chelsea 4 Atletico Madrid 0
Goals: Kalou 41, 52, Lampard 69,
Porto 2 APOEL Nicosia 1
Goals: Hulk 33, pen. 48; own goal 22.

Group E
Debrecen 3 Fiorentina 4
Goals: Czvitkovics 2, Rudolf 28, Coulibaly 88; Mutu 6, 20, Gilardino 10, Santana 37.
Liverpool 1 Lyon 2
Goals: Benayoun 41; Gonalons 72, Cesar Delgado 90+1.

Group F
Barcelona 1 Rubin Kazan 2
Goals: Ibrahimovic 48; Ryazantsev 2, Karadeniz 73.
Inter Milan 2 Dynamo Kiev 2
Goals: Stankovic 35, Samuel 47; Mikhalik 5, own goal 40.

Group G
Rangers 1 Unirea Urziceni 4
Goals: own goal 2; Bilasco 32, own goals 49, 59, Brandan 65.
VfB Stuttgart 1 Sevilla 3
Goals: Elson 74; Squillaci 23, 72, Navas 55.

Group H
AZ 1 Arsenal 1
Goals: Mendes da Silva 90+3; Fabregas 36.
Olympiakos 2 Standard Liege 1
Goals: Mitroglou 43, Stoltidis 90+3; De Camargo 37.

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