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Bayern supreme, Shakhtar surprise Madrid

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Wednesday was a dramatic night of the UEFA Champions League with shocking results, resounding wins and late goals.

Group A

Salzburg 2-2 Locomotive Moscow

Vitali Lisakovich scored his first UEFA Champions League goal in a chainsaw draw. Éder put Lokomotiv ahead with a powerful header before Dominik Szoboszlai curled up at halftime with a gorgeous long-range equalizer. Zlatko Juzunović rejuvenated Salzburg after the break, only to get Lisakovich a nod and a share of the loot.
key stat
: Salzburg have failed to score in just one of their last 15 home games in the European tournament.
27/10 : Lokomotiv – Bayern, Atlético – Salzburg

Highlights: Bayern 4-0 Atlético

Highlights: Bayern 4-0 Atlético

Bayern 4-0 Atlético

Champions Bayern started their championship defense with a decisive victory over Atlético. Diego Simeone's men suffered the joint heaviest UEFA Champions League defeat, while a Kingsley Coman double penalty was taken from Leon Goretzka and Corentin Tolisso. Bayern's winning margin could have been bigger, but Niklas is on a mission for Süle.
important status : Atlético conceded only four goals in a UEFA Champions League match for the second time.
27/10 : Lokomotiv – Bayern, Atlético – Salzburg

Group B

Real Madrid 2-3 Shakhtar

A Shakhtar team of seven players aged 21 or younger suffered stunning upset in Madrid. The visitors took a 3-0 lead in the first half thanks to Tetê's composed opener, Raphaël Varane reaching an own goal and Manor Solomon's good team move. Madrid threatened a comeback, but the goals of Luka Modrić and Vinícius Júnior gave their best.
important status : Madrid have scored three halftime goals in a UEFA Champions League match for the first time against Lyon since September 2005.
27/10 : Shakhtar – Inter, Gladbach – Madrid

Highlights: Real Madrid 2-3 Shakhtar Donetsk

Match Summary: Real Madrid 2-3 Shakhtar Donetsk

Inter 2-2 Monchengladbach

After a cautious first half, this competition was revived after the break. Inter took the first hit as Romelu Lukaku found the net for the ninth consecutive European game, but the advantage was short-lived, Arturo Vidal tripped over Marcus Thuram and Ramy Bensebaini leveled up from the spot. When Jonas Hofmann entered the open race with six minutes left, Mönchengladbach looked ready for a famous win as Lukaku scored again in the 90th minute.
key stat : Lukaku has scored 40 goals in just 56 games for Inter.
27/10 : Shakhtar – Inter, Gladbach – Madrid

Group standings

C group

Olympiacos 1-0 Marseille

Ahmed Hassan received additional time to give Olympiakos an opening win. The match looked like it was going to be a stalemate despite the home team's dominance in the second half and Giorgos Masouras's goal was ruled out for offside. Darío Benedetto was rejected on the other end by José Sá, but Hassan had the last word when he rose unmarked to Mathieu Valbuena's cross.
important status : All three UEFA Champions League matches between these teams ended 1-0 – but this was the first home win.
27/10 : Porto – Olympiacos, Marseille – Man. City

Highlights: Man. City 3-1 Porto

 

Match Summary: Man. City 3-1 Porto

Manchester City 3-1 Porto

Luis Díaz's dizzying solo effort led the visitors, but Sergio Agüero quickly rose from the spot after Pepe dropped Raheem Sterling. City continued to maintain their dominance after the restart and were rewarded with Ilkay Gundogan curling on the second free kick and replacing Ferrán Torres with a third shot.
key stat : Porto's away record against English clubs in the European tournament is now: W0 D3 L17 (F11 A53).
27/10 : Porto – Olympiacos, Marseille – Man. City

Group D

Ajax 0-1 Liverpool

Liverpool bounced back on their winning path in incidental circumstances as Nicolás Tagliafico crossed their own net following a similarly wrong hit by Sadio Mané before the timeout. Fabinho brilliantly cleared Dušan Tadić's kick and Davy Klaassen's mortar shot up as Ajax piled on the pressure, but Liverpool held it solid.
key stat : Liverpool second only to 13 UEFA Champions League away games Lake preserved his food.
27/10 : Liverpool – Midtjylland, Atalanta – Ajax

Highlights: Ajax 0-1 Liverpool

 

Highlights: Ajax 0-1 Liverpool

Midtjylland 0-4 Atalanta

Papu Gómez's strike wrapped up an impressive offensive show from last season's quarterfinalists. Playing their first UEFA Champions League group stage fixture, the home team lost in the first half with goals from Duván Zapata and Luis Muriel on both sides of Gómez's efforts. Debutant Aleksei Miranchuk finished fourth from the bench.
lock stat : Atalanta have scored 18 goals in five matches in all competitions this season.
27/10 : Liverpool – Midtjylland, Atalanta – Ajax

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