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International: Champions League results and standings (Sept. 29)
September 29th, 1999 12AM
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Group A

Sept. 29 in Leverkusen Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) 1 Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) 1. Goals: Kirsten 53; Husin 71. Half: 0-0. Att.: 22,500. Sept. 29 in Rome Lazio (Italy) 4 Maribor Teatanic (Slovenia) 0. Goals: Inzaghi 60, Conceicao 62, Salas 71, 75. Half: 0-0. Att.: 30,000.
Bayer Leverkusen3120425
Maribor Teatanic3102163
Dynamo Kiev3012241
Remaining fixtures Oct. 19-- Maribor Teatanic vs Lazio; Dynamo Kiev vs Bayer Leverkusen. Oct. 27-- Lazio vs Bayer Leverkusen; Maribor Teatanic vs Dyanmo Kiev. Nov. 2-- Bayer Leverkusen vs Maribor Teatanic; Dyanmo Kiev vs Lazio.

Group B

Sept. 29 in Stockholm AIK Stockholm 0 Fiorentina 0. Att.: 30,195. Sept. 29 in Barcelona Barcelona (Spain) 1 Arsenal (England) 1. Goals: Luis Enrique 16; Kanu 81. Half: 1-0. Att.: 85,000.
AIK Stockholm3012251
Remaining fixtures Oct. 19-- Arsenal vs Barcelona; Fiorentina vs AIK Stockholm. Oct. 27-- Barcelona vs AIK Stockholm; Arsenal vs Fiorentina. Nov. 2-- AIK Stockholm vs Arsenal; Fiorentina vs Barcelona.

Group C

Sept. 29 in Oporto Boavista (Portugal) 1 Feyenoord (Netherlands) 1. Goals: M. Silva 86; Bosvelt 62. Half: 0-0. Att.: 7,000. Sept. 29 in Trondheim Rosenborg Trondheim (Norway) 2 Borussia Dortmund (Germany) 2. Goals: Sorensen 35, Carew 68; Barbarez 11, Kohler 22. Half: 1-2. Att.: 14,068.
Borussia Dortmund3120645
Rosenborg Trondheim3120745
Remaining fixtures: Oct. 19-- Borussia Dortmund vs Rosenborg Trondheim; Feyenoord vs Boavista. Oct. 27-- Rosenborg Trondheim vs Boavista; Borussia Dortmund vs Feyenoord. Nov. 2-- Boavista vs Borussia Dortmund; Feyenoord vs Rosenborg Trondheim.

Group D

Sept. 29 in Zagreb Croatia Zagreb 3 Sturm Graz 0. Goals: Rukavina 27, Sokota 34, pen. 58. Half: 2-0. Att.: 20,000. Sept. 29 in Manchester Manchester United 2 Olympique Marseille 1. Goals: Cole 79, Scholes 83; Bakayoko 41. Half: 0-1. Att.: 54,276.
Manchester United3210517
Olympique Marseille3201536
Croatia Zagreb3111424
Sturm Graz3003080
Remaining fixtures: Oct. 19-- Sturm Graz vs Croatia Zagreb; Olympique Marseille vs Manchester United. Oct. 27-- Croatia Zagreb vs Manchester United; Sturm Graz vs Olympique Marseille. Nov. 2-- Manchester United vs Sturm Graz; Olympique Marseille vs Croatia Zagreb.

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