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UEFA Champions League Scoreboard
November 3rd, 2010 6:14PM
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[RESULTS] Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid became the first three teams to qualify for the final 16 of the UEFA Champions League. For all the results ...

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Group E
Basel 2 Roma 3
Scorers: Basel: Alexander Frei 69, Xherdan Shaqiri 83; Roma: Jeremy Menez 16, Francesco Totti 25 pen., Leandro Greco 76
CFR Cluj 0 Bayern Munich 4
Scorers: Mario Gomez 12, 24, 71, Thomas Mueller 90

P TEAM W-T-L
12 Bayern Munich 4-0-0
6 Roma 2-0-2
3 CFR Cluj 1-0-3
3 Basel 1-0-3

Group F
Chelsea 4 Spartak Moscow 1
Scorers: Chelsea: Nicolas Anelka 49, Didier Drogba 62 pen., Branislav Ivanovic 66, 90+2; Spartak Moscow: Nikita Bazhenov 86
Zilina 0 Marseille 7
Scorers: Andre-Pierre Gignac 12, 21, 54, Gabriel Heinze 24, Loic Remy 36, Lucho Gonzalez 52, 63

P TEAM W-T-L
12 Chelsea 4-0-0
6 Spartak Moscow 2-0-2
6 Marseille 2-0-2
0 Zilina 0-0-4

Group G
AC Milan 2 Real Madrid 2
Scorers: AC Milan: Filippo Inzaghi 68, 78; Real Madrid: Gonzalo Higuain 45, Pedro Leon 90+4
Auxerre 2 Ajax 1
Scorers: Auxerre: Frederic Sammaritano 9, Steeven Langil 84; Ajax: Toby Alderweireld 79

P TEAM W-T-L
10 Real Madrid 3-1-0
5 AC Milan 1-2-1
4 Ajax 1-1-2
3 Auxerre 1-0-3

Group H
Shakhtar Donetsk 2 Arsenal 1
Scorers: Shakhtar Donetsk: Dmytro Chygrynskiy 28, Eduardo da Silva 45; Arsenal: Theo Walcott 10
Partizan 0 Braga 1
Scorer: Moises 36

P TEAM W-T-L
9 Arsenal 3-0-1
9 Shakhtar Donetsk 3-0-1
6 Braga 2-0-2
9 Partizan 0-0-4

TUESDAY:
Group A

Tottenham 3 Inter Milan 1
Tottenham: Rafael van der Vaart 18, Peter Crouch 61, Roman Pavlyuchenko 89 Inter Milan: Samuel Eto’o 80
Werder Bremen 0 FC Twente 2
Scorers: Nacer Chadli 81, Luuk de Jong 84

P TEAM W-T-L
7 Tottenham 2-1-1
7 Inter Milan 2-1-1
5 FC Twente 1-2-1
2 Werder Bremen 0-2-2

Group B
Benfica 4 Lyon 3
Benfica: Alan Kardec 20, Fabio Coentrao 32, 67, Javi Garcia 42; Lyon: Yoann Gourcuff 75, Bafetimbi Gomis 85, Dejan Lovren 90+5
Hapoel Tel Aviv 0 Schalke 04 0

P TEAM W-T-L
9 Lyon 3-0-1
7 Schalke 04 2-1-1
6 Benfica 2-0-2
1 Hapoel Tel Aviv 0-1-3

Group C
Bursaspor 0 Man. United 3
Scorers: Darren Fletcher 48, Gabriel Obertan 73, Bebe 77
Valencia 3 Rangers 0
Scorers: Roberto Soldado 33, 71, Tino Costa 90

P TEAM W-T-L
10 Man. United 3-1-0
7 Valencia 2-1-1
5 Rangers 1-2-1
0 Bursaspor 0-0-4

Group D
Rubin Kazan 0 Panathinaikos 0
FC Copenhagen 1 Barcelona 1
Scorers: FC Copenhagen: Claudemir 32; Barcelona: Lionel Messi 31

P TEAM W-T-L
8 Barcelona 2-2-0
7 FC Copenhagen 2-1-1
3 Rubin Kazan 0-3-1
2 Panathinaikos 0-2-2



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