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UEFA Champions League | Chelsea 3 – Roma 3

Benfica 0 – Manchester United 1, CSKA Moscow 0 – Basel 2, Anderlecht 0 – Paris Saint Germain 4, Bayern Munich 3 – Celtic 0, Qarabag FK 0 – Atletico Madrid 0, Chelsea 3 – Roma 3, Barcelona 3 – Olympiacos 1, Juventus 2 – Sporting CP 1

Warren Zammit
18 October 2017, 10:55pm
David Luiz of Chelsea celebrating after scoring against Roma
David Luiz of Chelsea celebrating after scoring against Roma
Chelsea 3 – Roma 3

In an entertaining match, Chelsea and Roma shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw. David Luiz and Eden Hazard sent Chelsea two goals ahead. However, Roma hit back and scored three goals through Aleksandar Kolarov and a double from Edin Dzeko. Despite this, Hazard scored again to win a point for Chelsea.

Benfica 0 – Manchester United 1

A goal scored by Marcus Rashford on the 64th minute was enough for Manchester United as they managed to overcome Benfica 1-0.

CSKA Moscow 0 – Basel 2

Taulant Xhaka and Dimitri Oberlin were on target for the Swiss side against CSKA Moscow.

Anderlecht 0 – Paris Saint Germain 4

PSG kept their stunning form going with a 4-0 win over Anderlecht. Kylian Mbappe, Edison Cavani, Neymar and Angel Di Maria scored for the French side.

Bayern Munich 3 – Celtic 0

Bayern Munich returned to winning ways with a 3-0 win over Celtic. Thomas Mueller, Joshua Kimmich and Mats Hummels were on target for the German Champions.

Qarabag FK 0 – Atletico Madrid 0

Atletico Madrid lost two vital points as they were held in a 0-0 draw by Qarabag.

Barcelona 3 – Olympiacos 1

Barcelona found no difficulty against Olympiacos. The Spanish giants went 3-0 ahead thanks to goals scored by Lionel Messi, Lucas Digne and an own goal committed by Dimitrios Nikolaou. Late in the match, Nikolaou reduced the margin of the score for the Greek side.

Juventus 2 – Sporting CP 1

Juventus came from behind to secure a 2-1 win over Sporting CP. Alex Sandro’s own goal sent the Portuguese side ahead. However, Juventus hit back through Miralem Pjanic and Mario Mandzukic.

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