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Champions League: CSKA lose 1-0 in Germany

A goal by Draxler after 40 minutes was enough to give Wolfsburg the three points against an organized CSKA side...but the statistics speak for themselves. Ball possession was 59% to 41% in favor of the German side, which had 18 shots against CSKA's 7 (7 on target against 3, 6 off target against 2, 5 blocked against 2).The home side also had 5 corners, while CSKA had just one. However, CSKA soaked up the pressure and came through with few wounds. In Moscow things can be different. In the other game in Group B, PSV Eindhoven beat Manchester United 2-1

In the other games, Group A: Benzema got one and Cristiano Ronaldo a hat-trick in Real Madrid's comprehensive dismantling of FC Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine), 4-0. Di Maria and Cavani scored for PSG against Malmö. Group B: Depay scored for United before home side PSV equalized through Moreno (45+2) and Narsingh (57'). Group C:

Griezmann scored a brace for Atlético in the first half in Turkey against Galatasaray, a team which attacked more but inefficiently; in the other game Benfica won in Lisbon against Kazakhstan's first ever presence in the Champions League (Astana) with goals from Gaitán and Mitroglou in the second half. Group D: A bad night for the Premier League with both Manchester teams going down. Manchester City rule the roost at home with five wins from five games but in the Champions, the first game ended in a home defeat to Juve. The first goal came from City but was an own goal by Chiellini on 57', after which the visitors scored through Mandzukic and Morata. Sevilla wrapped up a great night for Spanish teams (three games, three wins, 9 goals scored, zero conceded) with a comprehensive trouncing of Borussia Mönchengladbach with two penalties (Gameiro, 47 and Banega, 66) and the third from Konoplyanka on 84'.

Tonight's games

Group A

Real Madrid CF (Spain) 4 FC Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) 0

Paris Saint-Germain (France) 2 Malmö FF (Sweden) 0

Group B

VfL Wolfsburg (Germany) 1 PFC CSKA Moskva (Russia) 0

PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands) 2 Manchester United FC (England) 1

Group C

Galatasaray AŞ (Turkey) 0 Club Atlético de Madrid (Spain) 2

SL Benfica (Portugal) 2 FC Astana (Kazakhstan) 0

Group D

Manchester City FC (England) 1 Juventus (Italy) 2

Sevilla FC (Spain) 3 VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany) 0

Playing tomorrow

 Group E

Bayer 04 Leverkusen (Germany) FC BATE Borisov (Belarus)

AS Roma (Italy) FC Barcelona (Spain)

Group F

GNK Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) Arsenal FC (England)

Olympiacos FC (Greece) FC Bayern München (Germany)

Group G

FC Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) FC Porto (Portugal)

Chelsea FC (England) Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel)

Group H

KAA Gent (Belgium) Olympique Lyonnais (France)

Valencia CF (Spain) FC Zenit (Russia)

Matchday 2 September 29/30

Matchday 3 October 20/21

Matchday 4 November 3/4

Matchday 5 November 24/25

Matchday 6 December 8/9

Qualifying round

First Leg

Sporting CP (Portugal) 2 CSKA Moskva (Russia) 1

Astana 1 (Kazakhstan) APOEL 0 (Cyprus)

Manchester United (England) 3 Club Brugge (Belgium) 1

Lazio (Italy) 1 Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) 0

BATE Borisov (Belarus) 1 Partizan Belgrade (Serbia) 0

Basel (Switzerland) 2 Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel) 2

Valencia (Spain) 3 AS Monaco (France) 1

Celtic (Scotland)  3 Malmö (Sweden) 2

Rapid Wien (Austria) 0 Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) 1

Skënderbeu (Albania) 1 Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) 2

Second leg (Clubs qualified in bold, losers go to Europa League)

Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) 4 Skënderbeu (Albania) 1 Aggregate 6-2

Malmö (Sweden) 2 Celtic (Scotland)  0 Agg: 4-3

Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel) 1 Basel (Switzerland) 1 Agg. 3-3 Maccabi pass, away goals

Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) 2 Rapid Wien (Austria) 2 Agg: 3-2

AS Monaco (France) 2 Valencia (Spain) 1 Agg: 3-4

APOEL 1 (Cyprus) Astana 1 (Kazakhstan) Agg:1-2

Partizan Belgrade (Serbia) 2 BATE Borisov (Belarus) 1 Agg: 2-2 BATE pass (away g.)

Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) 3 Lazio (Italy) 0 Agg: 3-1

CSKA Moskva 3 Sporting CP 1 Agg: 4-3

Club Brugge (Belgium) 0 Manchester United (England) 4 Agg: 1-7

The draw

Group A

FC Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) Malmö FF (Sweden) Paris Saint-Germain (France) Real Madrid CF (Spain)Group B

Manchester United FC (England) PFC CSKA Moskva (Russia) PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands) VfL Wolfsburg (Germany)

Group C

Club Atlético de Madrid (Spain) FC Astana (Kazakhstan) Galatasaray AŞ (Turkey) SL Benfica (Portugal)

Group D

Juventus (Italy) Manchester City FC (England) Sevilla FC (Spain) VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany)

Group E

AS Roma (Italy) Bayer 04 Leverkusen (Germany) FC Barcelona (Spain) FC BATE Borisov (Belarus)

Group F

Arsenal FC (England) FC Bayern München (Germany) GNK Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) Olympiacos FC (Greece)

 Group G

Chelsea FC (England) FC Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) FC Porto (Portugal) Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel)

Group H

FC Zenit (Russia) KAA Gent (Belgium) Olympique Lyonnais (France) Valencia CF (Spain)

National Championships

Primera Liga - Spain - 3 games

It's three wins out of three for FC Barcelona, followed by four teams on seven points: Real Madrid CF, RC Celta de Vigo, Villarreal CF and SD Eibar.

Premier League - England - 5 games

Manchester City continues its great start to the season with 15 points from five games. Leicester City FC follows on 11 points, continuing a winning streak shown at the end of last season which kept the club in the Premiership. Manchester United, much improved, shares third place with Arsene Wenger's young and exciting Arsenal side on 10 points and fellow London clubs West Ham United FC and Crystal Palace FC have nine

Bundesliga - Germany - 4 games

Borussia Dortmund and FC Bayern München share top spot with the maximum 12 points from the opening four games, followed by CSKA's rival VfL Wolfsburg, four points behind.

Serie A - Italy - 3 games

Amazingly, only one totalist, FC Internazionale Milano, followed by a pack of six clubs on seven points: AC Chievo Verona, UC Sampdoria, Torino FC, AS Roma, US Sassuolo Calcio and US Città di Palermo.

Primeira Liga - Portugal - 4 games

In Portugal, two teams from the north and two from Lisbon occupy the four top places, FC Porto in top spot with Sporting Clube de Portugal, both on ten points, having won three and drawn one game; third is Sporting CP's arch rival in Lisbon, Sport Lisboa e Benfica one point behind and fourth is FC Paços de Ferreira, on eight.

Ligue 1 - France - 5 games

No totalists in France, with Paris Saint-Germain top on 13 points, followed by Stade Rennais FC one point behind and Stade de Reims and AS Saint-Étienne on ten points sharing third place.

Prem'yer Liga - Russia - 8 games

It's PFC CSKA Moskva clear by five points on 22 points, followed by FC Lokomotiv Moskva on 17 and third place goes to FC Zenit and FC Spartak Moskva (16)

Liga 1 - Romania - 10 games

FC Astra Giurgiu has 20 points, followed by FC Viitorul Constanța on 19; third place is ASA 2013 Târgu Mureș, on 17, sharing with FC Dinamo București, also on 17.

Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Pravda.Ru

 

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