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Man. City exits early again
November 21st, 2012 7:32PM

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[UCL REWIND: Wednesday] Once again, Manchester City has been knocked out of the UEFA Champions League in the group stage. This season, it didn't even stay alive until the final game, its 1-1 draw with Real Madrid leaving it last in Group D with only three points in five games. All eight berths in the final 16 from Groups A-D are now set. Porto, Paris St. Germain, Schalke 04, Arsenal, AC Milan, Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid went through on Wednesday to join Malaga, which had previously qualified. For all the action ...

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Group A
Standings: Porto 12 points; PSG 11; Dynamo Kiev 4; Dinamo Zagreb 0.
Dynamo Kiev 0 Paris St Germain 2.

Scorers: Lavezzi 45, 52



Porto 3 Dinamo Zagreb 0.
Scorers: Lucho Gonzalez 20, Joao Moutinho 67, Silvestre Varela 85



Group B
Standings: Schalke 04 11 points; Arsenal 10; Olympiakos 6; Montpellier 1.
Arsenal 2 Montpellier 0
.
Scorers: Wilshere 49, Podolski 63



Schalke 04 1 Olympiakos 0.
Scorer: Christian Fuchs 77



Group C
Standings: Malaga 11 points; AC Milan 8; Zenit St, Petersburg, Anderlecht 4.
Anderlecht 1 AC Milan 3.
Scorers: De Sutter 77; El Shaarawy 47, Mexes 71, Alexandre Pato 90+1



Zenit St Petersburg 2 Malaga 2.
Scorers: Danny 49, Faizulin 86; Diego Buonanotte 8, Seba 9



Group D
Standings: Bor. Dortmund 11 points; Real Madrid 8; Ajax 4; Man. City 3.
Ajax 1 Borussia Dortmund 4
Scorers: Hoesen 87; Reus 8, Goetze 36, Robert Lewandowski 41, 67



Manchester City 1 Real Madrid 1
Scorers: Aguero 73 pen.;  Benzema 10.



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