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Champions League .. Wins for Real, Juventus, Bayern, Man City and St Germain

2019-10-22T23:42:40.345Z

The top Europeans have made important victories, some difficult and some easy, in the third round of the group stage of the Champions League.



The top Europeans have made important victories, some difficult and some easy, in the third round of the group stage of the Champions League.

In the first set, Real Madrid achieved their first win in the group by defeating Galatasaray 1-0 with a German goal by Toni Kroos (18).

In the other match of the same stage, Paris St Germain swept hosts Club Brugge Belgium five.

He scored five goals for PSG of Argentina Mauro Icardi (7 and 63), and Klyan Mbappe (61, 79 and 83).

PSG lead the group with nine points from three consecutive wins, Real Madrid are second with four points from a win, defeat and draw. Club Brugge are third with two points, while Galatasaray are bottom of the group with one point.

In Group D, Argentine Paulo Dybala led Juventus to cross Lokomotiv Moscow 2-1.

The Russian team finished the first half ahead of Alexei Miranshok (30), Juventus responded with a double in the second half through Dybala (77 and 79).

Earlier, Atletico Madrid beat Bayer Leverkusen 1-0.

Juventus top the standings with seven points on goal difference from Atletico Madrid, Lokomotiv Moscow came third with three points and Bayer Leverkusen are without points.

In Group C, Manchester City came from behind to beat Atalanta 5-1 at home and saw Shakhtar Donetsk equalize 2-2 with Dinamo Zagreb.

Atalanta Ruslan Malinowski scored (28 penalty), Sergio Aguero (34-38) and Raheem Stirling (58, 64, 69).

Manchester City's Phil Fodin was sent off in the 82nd minute.

Manchester City lead the standings with nine points, five points behind Dinamo Zagreb and Shakhtar Donetsk, and finally Atlanta with no points.

In Group B, Bayern Munich beat Olympiakos 3-2.

Robert Lewandowski (33, 62), Corentin Tolisso (74), Morocco's Olympiacos (22) and Brazilian Guillermi (78) scored for the Bavarians.

In the second match, Tottenham beat the Red Star Belgrade of Serbia with five clean scored by Harry Kane (9 and 72), Korean Hyung Min-Sun (16 and 44) ​​and Argentine Eric Lamela (57).

Bayern are top with nine points, five ahead of Tottenham, Cervina Zvezda is third with three and Olympiakos one point.

Source: aljazeera

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