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BATE Borisov shocks Bayern
October 2nd, 2012 10:11PM

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[UCL REWIND: Tuesday] Belarus' BATE Borisov stunned Bayern Munich, 3-1, on Tuesday in Minsk to pull off one of the biggest upsets in the recent history of the UEFA Champions League. Goals from Aleksandr Pavlov, Vitali Rodionov and Renan Bressan gave BATE the victory, its second straight 3-1 win in group play. Chelsea, the defending champion, and Barcelona, the 2011 winner, both won on Tuesday.

Group E
Standings: Chelsea, Shakhtar Donetsk 4 points; Juventus 2; FC Nordsjaelland 0.

FC Nordsjaelland 0 Chelsea 4
Scorers: Mata 33, 82, David Luiz 79, Ramires 89



Juventus 1 Shakhtar Donetsk 1
Scorers: Bonucci 25; Teixeira 23



Group F
Standings: BATE Borisov 6 points; Valencia, Bayern Munich 3; Lille 0.

Valencia 2 Lille 0

Scorers: Jonas 38, 75

BATE Borisov 3 Bayern Munich 1
Scorers: Pavlov 23, Rodionov 78, Bressan 90+5; Ribery 90+1



Group G
Standings: Barcelona 6 points; Celtic 4; Benfica 1; Spartak Moscow 0.

Benfica 0 Barcelona 2
Scorers: Sanchez 6, Fabregas 55



Spartak Moscow 2 Celtic 3
Scorers: Emenike 41, 48; Hooper 12, own goal 71, Samaras 90



Group H
Standings: Man. United 6 points; CFR Cluj, Braga 3; Galatasaray 0.

CFR Cluj 1 Man. United 2
Scorers: Kapetanos 14; van Persie 29, 49



Galatasaray 0 Braga 2
Scorers: Micael 27, Alan 90+4



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