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UEFA Champions League Scoreboard
December 7th, 2010 8:13PM
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[RESULTS] FC Copenhagen claimed the lone berth still up for grabs in the four groups that concluded on Tuesday. Tottenham (ahead of defending champion Inter Milan), Schalke 04 and Manchester United clinched first place in their groups. Barcelona had already clinched first place in Group D. For all Tuesday's results and the final standings ...

Group A
Werder Bremen 3 Inter Milan 0
Scorers: Sebastian Proedl 38, Marko Arnautovic 49, Claudio Pizarro 88
FC Twente 3 Tottenham 3
Scorers: FC Twente: Denny Landzaat 22 pen., Roberto Rosales 56, Nacer Chadli 64; Tottenham: own goal 12, Jermain Defoe 47, 59

Final Standings:
P TEAM W-T-L
11 Tottenham 3-2-1
10 Inter Milan 3-1-2
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6 FC Twente 1-3-2
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5 Werder Bremen 1-2-3

Group B
Benfica 1 Schalke 04 2
Benfica: Luisao 87; Schalke 04: Jose Manuel Jurado 19, Benedikt Hoewedes 80
Lyon 2 Hapoel Tel Aviv 2
Lyon: Lisandro Lopez 62, Alexandre Lacazette 88; Hapoel Tel Aviv: Ben Sahar 63, Eran Zahavi 69

Final Standings:
P TEAM W-T-L
13 Schalke 04 4-1-1
10 Lyon 3-2-1
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6 Benfica 2-0-4
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5 Hapoel Tel Aviv 1-2-3

Group C
Man. United 1 Valencia 1
Manchester United: Anderson 62; Valencia: Pablo Hernandez 32
Bursaspor 1 Rangers 1
Scorers: Bursaspor: Sercan Yildirim 79; Rangers: Kenny Miller 19

Final Standings:
P TEAM W-T-L
14 Man. United 4-2-0
11 Valencia 3-2-1
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6 Rangers 1-3-2
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1 Bursaspor 0-1-5


Group D
Barcelona 2 Rubin Kazan 0
Scorers: Andreu Fontas 51, Victor Vazquez 82.
FC Copenhagen 3 Panathinaikos 1
Scorers: FC Copenhagen: Martin Vingaard 26, Jesper Gronkjaer 50 pen., own goal 73; Panathinaikos: Cedric Kante 90+2.

Final Standings:
P TEAM W-T-L
14 Barcelona 4-2-0
10 FC Copenhagen 3-1-2
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6 Rubin Kazan 1-3-2
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2 Panathinaikos 0-2-4



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