PSG, MANCHESTER UNITED, CHELSEA, JUVENTUS SOAR IN THE CHAMPIONS’ LEAGUE GROUP STAGES

PSG beat Bayern Munich 3–0 in the champions’ League group stages at the Parc des Princes, Paris to climb three points clear at the top of group B on six points.

Defender Dani Alves’ early goal at the 84 seconds gave the home side the first lead meanwhile Javi Martinez’s attempt to equalize was denied by Alphonse Areola before Edison Cavani doubled their lead at the 31 minutes.

Neymar Junior made it three by shooting from a near goal post distance to the high centre of the goal for the French side.

PSG leads the table with six points after winning both games as Bayern Munich has three points and seats second on the table.

English side Manchester United win convincingly in a foreign land as Russian side CSKA Moscow watched in disbelief.

Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku scored at the 4 and 26 minutes as Anthony Martial netted the second goal from a spot kick at the 18 minutes before Mkhitaryan made it four at 57 minutes.

Mancheters United Striker Rumelu Lukaku scoring one of his goals of the night in champions league

Aleksandr Golovin assisted Konstantin Kuchaev to score a consolation at the stoppage time for the Russian side at the VEB Arena.

United lead table A with three points clear ahead of Basel as the Swiss side which thumped Benfica 5–0 follows second with three points.

Chelsea came from behind to punish Atletico Madrid 2–1 at the Wanda Metropolitano as Alvaro Morata and Batshuayi goals nullified Anthon Griezmann’s first half penalty goal.

Alvaro Morata celebrates his champions league goal

The Spanish side took the lead from a spot kick at the 40 minutes through Griezmann after referee point to the penalty spot as a result of David Luiz’s bad tackle on Luca Hernandez.

In the second half, Alvaro Morata as usual headed from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner Eden Hazard’s cross to level the scores at the 59 minutes before Michy Batshuayi completed Chelsea’s come back at the 90 minutes.

The Blues stay on top of Group C on six points, two clear of AS Roma and five ahead of Atletico Madrid which is seated third.

Anthony Griezmann celebrates his goal with teammates but lost the game

Juventus beat Olympiacos 2–0 curtesy of Higuaín and Mario Mandzukic second half goals. The Italian side first took their lead at the 69 minutes before Mandzukic sealed the deal ten minutes later.

The old lady is third on group D table with three points whereas Olympiacos is fourth with zero points.

Higuain celebrates CL goal

Spanish giants Barcelona one nil win over Sporting Lisbon was enough for collecting maximum. Coates on goal at the 49 minutes sort out the differences between the two.

Yet Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez could have given the Catalonian side a convincing victory if only the utilized goal scoring chances to the maximum.

The Laliga table leads top group D of the champions league table with six points, followed by the Portuguese side.

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