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Barcelona and Man United rally
October 23rd, 2012 9:57PM

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[UCL REWIND: Tuesday] Barcelona needed a goal from Jordi Alba in the fourth minute of stoppage time to beat Celtic, 2-1. Manchester United's problems at the start of games continued as it fell behind Braga, 2-0, after 20 minutes but rallied to win, 3-2. Michael Parkhurst's FC Nordsjaelland held Juventus to a 1-1 tie.

Group E
Standings: Shakhtar Donetsk 7 points; Chelsea 5; Juventus 3; FC Nordsjaelland 1.

FC Nordsjaelland 1 Juventus 1
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Scorers: FC Nordsjaelland: Beckmann 50; Vucinic 81



Shakhtar Donetsk 2 Chelsea 1
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Scorers: Alex Teixeira 3, Fernandinho 52; Oscar 88



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

BATE Borisov 0 Valencia 3
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Scorer: Roberto Soldado 45+1 pen, 55, 69

Lille 0 Bayern Munich 1
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Scorer: Mueller 20 pen.



Group G
Standings: Barcelona 9 points; Celtic 4; Spartak Moscow 3; Benfica 1.

Spartak Moscow 2 Benfica 1
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Scorers: Rafael Carioca 3, own goal 43; Lima 33

Barcelona 2 Celtic 1
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Scorers: Iniesta 45, Alba 90+4; Samaras 18



Group H
Standings: Man. United 9 points; CFR Cluj 4; Braga 3; Galatasaray 1.

Man. United 3 Braga 2
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Scorers: Hernandez 25, 75, Evans 62; Alan 2, 20



Galatasaray 1 CFR Cluj 1
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Scorers: Burak 77; own goal 19.



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