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UEFA Champions League Scoreboard
September 14th, 2010 7:07PM

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[RESULTS] Spartak Moscow pulled the biggest upset in Wednesday's action in the group stage of the 2010-11 UEFA Champions League when it beat Marseille, 1-0, on the road thanks to an own goal by young Spanish defender Cesar Azpilicueta. Arsenal earned the biggest win when it crushed Portuguese club Braga, 6-0. For all the midweek results ...

WEDNESDAY:
Group E

Bayern Munich 2 Roma 0
Scorers: Thomas Mueller 79, Miroslav Klose 83
CFR Cluj 2 Basel 1
Scorers: CFR Cluj: Ionut Rada 9, Lacina Traore 12; Basel: Valentin Stocker 45+2

Group F
Zilina 1 Chelsea 4
Scorers: Chelsea: Michael Essien 13, Nicolas Anelka 24, 28, Daniel
Sturridge 48
Marseille 0 Spartak Moscow 1
Scorer: own goal 81

Group G
AC Milan 2 Auxerre 0
Scorer: Zlatan Ibrahimovic 66, 69
Real Madrid 2 Ajax Amsterdam 0
Scorers: own goal 31, Gonzalo Higuain 73

Group H
Arsenal 6 Braga 0
Scorers: Cesc Fabregas 9 penalty, 53, Andrei Arshavin 30, Marouane Chamakh 34, Carlos Vela 69, 84
Shakhtar Donetsk 1 Partizan 0
Scorer: Darijo Srna 71

TUESDAY:
Group A
FC Twente 2 Inter Milan 2
Scorers: FC Twente: Theo Janssen 20, own goal 30; Inter Milan: Wesley Sneijder 13, Samuel Eto'o 41
Werder Bremen 2 Tottenham 2
Scorers: Werder Bremen: Hugo Almeida 43, Marko Marin 47; Tottenham: own goal 12, Peter Crouch 18

Group B
Benfica 2 Hapoel Tel Aviv 0
Scorers: Luisao 21, Oscar Cardozo 68
Lyon 1 Schalke 04 0
Scorer: Michel Bastos 21

Group C
Man. United 0 Rangers 0
Bursaspor 0 Valencia 4
Scorers: Tino Costa 16, Aritz Aduriz 41, Pablo Hernandez 68, Roberto Soldado 76

Group D
Barcelona 5 Panathinaikos 1
Scorers: Barcelona: Lionel Messi 22, 45, David Villa 33, Pedro 78, Daniel Alves 90+3; Panathinaikos: Sidney Govou 20
FC Copenhagen 1 Rubin Kazan 0
Scorer: Dame N'Doye 87



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