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UEFA Champions League Scoreboard
December 8th, 2010 8:01PM

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[RESULTS] Roma, Arsenal and Shakhtar Donetsk claimed the last three berths still available in the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League. For all the Matchday 6 results and final standings ...

Group E
Bayern Munich 3 Basel 0
Scorers: Franck Ribery 35, 50, Anatoliy Tymoshchuk 37
CFR Cluj 1 AS Roma 1
CFR Cluj: Lacina Traore 89; Roma: Marco Borriello 21

Final Standings:
P TEAM W-T-L
15 Bayern Munich 5-0-1
10 Roma 3-1-2
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6 Basel 2-0-4
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4 CFR Cluj 1-1-4

Group F
Zilina 1 Spartak Moscow 2
Zilina: Tomas Majtan 48; Spartak Moscow: Alex 54, Ibson 61
Marseille 1 Chelsea 0
Scorer: Brandao 81

Final Standings:
P TEAM W-T-L
15 Chelsea 5-0-1
12 Marseille 4-0-2
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9 Spartak Moscow 3-0-3
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0 Zilina 0-0-6

Group G
Real Madrid 4 Auxerre 0
Scorers: Karim Benzema 12, 72, 88 Cristiano Ronaldo 49
AC Milan 0 Ajax 2
Scorers: Demy de Zeeuw 57, Toby Alderweireld 66

Final Standings:
P TEAM W-T-L
16 Real Madrid 5-1-0
8 AC Milan 2-2-2
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7 Ajax 2-1-3
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3 Auxerre 1-0-5

Group H
Arsenal 3 Partizan 1
Arsenal: Robin van Persie 30pen, Theo Walcott 73, Samir Nasri 77; Partizan Belgrade: Cleo 52
Shakhtar Donetsk 2 Braga 0
Scorers: Razvan Rat 78, Luiz Adriano 83

Final Standings:
P TEAM W-T-L
Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0-1
Arsenal 4-0-2
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Braga 3-0-3
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Partizan 0-0-6

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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