UEFA Champions League 2012-13 Group Stage Outcomes | Jordi Alba | Javier Hernandez | Roberto Soldado | Celtic | Chelsea | Loss |


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Manchester, Oct 24: Manchester United got here again to beat Sporting Braga, Barcelona late winner sinks Scottish giants Celtic, Chelsea crushed in Ukraine by Shakhtar Donetsk, Juventus held by debutants Nordsjaelland, all the outcomes from the UEFA Champions League recreation week 3.

UEFA Champions League 2012-13 Group Stage Outcomes (October 24)

A brace from from Javier Hernandez helped Manchester United beat Portuguese facet Sporting Braga 3-2 at Previous Trafford. United went down by two targets in 20 minutes after Alan netted twice. Centre-back Jonny Evans scored the equaliser as Purple Devils keep high spot in Group H.

A significant blow for defending champions Chelsea after they fell 2-1 towards Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine. Alex Teixeira put the host forward in lower than three minutes whereas Fernandinho added one other early within the second half. Brazilian playmaker Oscar bought one again for the guests with solely minutes left.

Celtic suffered a last-minute defeat towards Barcelona after Jordi Alba’s injury-time aim put the Catalans 2-1 forward on the Camp Nou. Barca went all the way down to Georgois Samaras’ 18 minute opener however Andres Iniesta equalised simply earlier than half-time.

Juventus had been held 1-1 towards competitors debutants Nordjaelland. Mikkel Bechmann’s opening aim was cancelled out by Mirko Vucinic’s late equaliser.

BATE Borisov suffered their first defeat towards Valencia as striker Roberto Soldado netted a superb hat-trick to take the La Liga facet on high of group F.

Thomas Muller’s 20-minute penalty was sufficient to seal Bayern Munich a much-needed win towards French facet Lille.

Portuguese giants Benfica fell to 2-1 defeat towards Spartak Moscow. Rafael Carioca wanted lower than two minutes to place the house facet forward. Lima equalised for the guests within the 33rd minute however Brazilian defender Jardel’s personal aim earlier than half-time sealed three factors for the Russian facet.

Galatasaray had been held again by Romanians CFR in Istanbul. The match ended 1-1 after defender Danny Nounkeu’s personal aim was levelled by Burak Yilmaz.

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