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Real survive Ludogorets scare

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Real Madrid avoided the embarrassment of losing to minnows Ludogorets in the Champions League on Wednesday night.The defending European champions fell a goal behind in Razgrad and comparisons between their earnings and those of the Bulgarians - a club founded in 2001 - were being made.But after Marcelinho had scored for them, Cristiano Ronaldo responded to missing one penalty by scoring another...Full Story »

Strellar performance from Basle

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Liverpool became the latest big-name English scalp to be claimed by Basle who capitalised on the Reds' well-known vulnerability at set-pieces.The Swiss had beaten Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham in the last four years and added the five-time Champions League winners to that list to move ahead of their opponents in Group B after Marco Streller converted a 53rd-minute corner.It was not a...Full Story »

Turan strike enough for Atletico

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Arda Turan struck in the second half to inflict Juventus' first defeat of the season and get Atletico Madrid's Champions League Group A campaign up and running on Wednesday evening.The Turkish midfielder scored the only goal of the game in the 74th minute at the Vicente Calderon stadium to give last season's finalists all three points in the 1-0 victory.After suffering a 3-2 defeat in their ope...Full Story »

Rosenberg at the double for win

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Markus Rosenberg's brace gave Malmo a famous 2-0 victory over Olympiacos in their Champions League Group Group A encounter at Swedbank Stadion on Wednesday.Rosenberg benefited from an Olympiacos defensive mix-up to slot into an empty net four minutes from half-time and, after the Greek side were denied a stonewall penalty early in the second half, the Sweden international scored his and Malmo's...Full Story »

Ramos double sinks Anderlecht

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Substitute Adrian Ramos ensured Borussia Dortmund maintained a perfect start to their Champions League Group D campaign by sealing victory at Anderlecht.The Colombian's late double cemented the lead given to the visitors by Ciro Immobile's early opener and negated the efforts of home keeper Silvio Proto, who had kept the Germans at bay for more than an hour in between.Dortmund were ahead with l...Full Story »

Three and easy for Welbeck

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Danny Welbeck plundered a hat-trick as Arsenal got their Champions League campaign up and running with a 4-1 victory over Galatasaray at the Emirates Stadium, where play was halted in the first half after the Turkish away supporters threw flares onto the pitch.With England boss Roy Hodgson watching from the stands, Welbeck, the B£16million deadline day signing from Manchester United, produced a...Full Story »

Impressive win for Leverkusen

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Bayer Leverkusen turned in an impressive performance to open their account in Champions League Group C and leave Benfica staring an early exit in the face.Stefan Kiessling opened the scoring and Son Heung-min doubled the lead before Eduardo Salvio grabbed one back against the run of play.But Hakan Calhanoglu swiftly netted another from the penalty spot to hand Leverkusen a 3-1 win and leave Ben...Full Story »

Darko wait goes on

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Leeds head coach Darko Milanic was denied his first win in charge as Reading maintained an impressive recent record against the Yorkshire club.The visitors extended their unbeaten run against Leeds to nine matches, a sequence stretching back to early 2005, but will be disappointed to take only a point after creating the better chances in a 0-0 draw.Slovenian Milanic saw enough to encourage him ...Full Story »

Terriers tame Wolves

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Huddersfield's stranglehold on Wolves continued as they silenced Molineux to deny the hosts top spot.The Terriers have now won seven straight games against Wolves and their 3-1 victory inflicted a first home league defeat on Kenny Jackett's side since last December.Harry Bunn and Sean Scannell scored in the first half before Conor Coady's brilliant third after the break.Bakary Sako pulled one b...Full Story »

Kit fits the bill for Fulham

Posted Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by PA

Kit Symons passed his latest audition to land the Fulham manager's job - and left old friend Dougie Freedman clinging on to his.Goals from Hugo Rodallega, Fernando Amorebieta, Lasse Vigen Christensen and Tim Hoogland secured a comprehensive 4-0 victory over a Bolton side who have won just once in 10 outings to pile the pressure on boss Freedman.Craven Cottage chairman Shahid Khan, stung by his ...Full Story »

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