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Man. City avoids second loss with late penalty
October 3rd, 2012 6:10PM

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[UCL REWIND: Wednesday] English champion Manchester City salvaged its first point in the UEFA Champions League when Mario Balotelli's penalty kick gave it a 1-1 tie with German champion Borussia Dortmund. Four clubs made it two wins in two games on Wednesday: Arsenal, Malaga, Porto and Real Madrid.

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Jermaine Jones (did not dress), Schalke 04, 2-2 vs. Montpellier
Sacha Kljestan
(sub: 45 minutes), Anderlecht, 0-3 vs. Malaga
Oguchi Onyewu (did not dress) Malaga, 3-0 at Anderlecht
Michael Parkhurst (90 minutes), FC Nordsjaelland, 0-4 vs. Chelsea

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Group A
Standings: Porto 6 points; Paris SG, Dynamo Kiev 3; Dinamo Zagreb 0.
Porto 1 Paris St Germain 0
Scorer: Rodriguez 83



Dynamo Kiev 2 Dinamo Zagreb 0
Scorers: Gusyev 3, own goal 33.



Group B
Standings: Arsenal 6 points; Schalke 04 4; Montpellier 1; Olympiakos 0.
Schalke 04 2 Montpellier 2
Scorers: Draxler 26, Huntelaar 53 pen.; Ait-Fana 13, Camara 90.

Arsenal 3 Olympiakos 1
Arsenal: Gervinho 42, Podolski 56, Ramsey 90+4; Mitroglou 45+1.



Group C
Standings: Malaga 6 points; AC Milan 4; Anderlecht 1; Zenit St. Petersburg 0.
Anderlecht 0 Malaga 3
Scorers: Eliseu 45+1, 64, Joaquin 57 pen.



Zenit St Petersburg 2 AC Milan 3
Scorers: Hulk 45+2, Shirokov 49; Emanuelson 13, El Shaarawy 16, own goal 75.

Group D
Standings: Real Madrid 6 points; Bor. Dortmund 4; Man. City 1; Ajax 0.



Man. City 1 Bor. Dortmund 1
Scorers: Balotelli 90 pen.; Reus 61.

Ajax 1 Real Madrid 4
Scorers: Moisander 56; Cristiano Ronaldo 42, 79, 81, Benzema 48.



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