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Wins for Jones' Schalke 04 and Onyewu's Malaga
October 25th, 2012 12:23AM

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[UCL REWIND: Wednesday] English champion Manchester City slumped to a 3-1 loss at Ajax that left it in last place in Group D of the UEFA Champions League with one point after three games. Borussia Dortmund leads the group thanks to its 2-1 win over Real Madrid. Jermaine Jones set up Dutchman Ibrahim Afellay for Schalke 04's second goal in its 2-0 win at Arsenal. Oguchi Onyewu made his debut for Spanish club Malaga, coming on in stoppage time of its 1-0 win over AC Milan, its third straight win.

AMERICAN CONNECTION:
Jermaine Jones (sub: 45 minutes), Schalke 04, 2-0 at Arsenal
Sacha Kljestan (did not play), Anderlecht, 0-1 at Zenit St. Petersburg
Oguchi Onyewu (sub: 1 minute) Malaga, 1-0 vs. AC Milan
Michael Parkhurst (90 minutes), FC Nordsjaelland, 1-1 vs. Juventus

Group A
Standings: Porto 9 points; Paris SG 6; Dynamo Kiev 3; Dinamo Zagreb 0.

Porto 3 Dynamo Kiev 2
Scorers: Silvestre Varela 15, Jackson Martinez 36, 78; Gusyev 21, Brown 72



Dinamo Zagreb 0 Paris SG 2
Scorers: Ibrahimovic 32, Menez 43



Group B
Standings: Schalke 04 7 points; Arsenal 6; Olympiakos 3; Montpellier 1.

Montpellier 1 Olympiakos 2
Scorers: Charbonnier 49; Torossidis 73, Mitroglou 90+1.



Arsenal 0 Schalke 04 2
Scorer: Huntelaar 76, Afellay 86.



Group C
Standings: Malaga 9 points; AC Milan 4; Zenit St. Petersburg 3; Anderlecht 1.

Zenit St. Petersburg 1 Anderlecht 0
Scorer: Kerzhakov 72 pen.

Malaga 1 AC Milan 0.
Scorer: Joaquin 64



Group D
Standings: Bor. Dortmund 7 points; Real Madrid 6; Ajax 3; Man. City 1.

Ajax 3 Man. City 1
Scorers: de Jong 45, Moisander 57, Eriksen 68; Nasri 22.



Borussia Dortmund 2 Real Madrid 1
Scorers: Lewandowski 36, Schmelzer 64; Cristiano Ronaldo 38



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