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Aguero rescues Manchester City
October 18th, 2011 6:44PM

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[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Manchester City picked it first win in the UEFA Champions League when Argentina Sergio Aguero's goal in stoppage time gave it a 2-1 win over visiting Villarreal. It was a rough night for French clubs as Lyon and Lille lost to Real Madrid and Inter Milan, respectively. Besides Manchester City and Real Madrid, the only club to win at home was CSKA Moscow, a 3-0 winner over Trabzonspor. For all the results ...

Group A
Napoli 1 Bayern Munich 1
Scorers: own goal 39; Toni Kroos 2.
Man. City 2 Villarreal 1
Scorers: own goal 43, Sergio Aguero 90; Cani 4.

Group B
CSKA Moscow 3 Trabzonspor 0
Scorers: Seydou Doumbia 29, 86, Aleksandrs Cauna 76.
Lille 0 Inter Milan 1
Scorer: Giampaolo Pazzini 21.

Group C
Otelul Galati 0 Man. United 2
Scorer: Wayne Rooney 64 pen., 90 pen.
Basel 0 Benfica 2
Scorers: Bruno Cesar 20, Oscar Cardozo 75.

Group D
Real Madrid 4 Lyon 0
Scorers: Karim Benzema 19, Sami Khedira 47, Mesut Ozil 55, Sergio Ramos 81.
Dinamo Zagreb 0 Ajax 2
Scorers: Derk Boerrigter 49, Christian Eriksen 90.



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