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Great Start at the Champions League

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 19:44

Champions League Betting News at BSN SportsReal Madrid, AC Milan, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Chelsea made a good start and managed two separate victories Tuesday in the first round of the group stage of Champions League football clubs in Europe.

In Group C, Real Madrid started well defeating his way 5-2, with a brace of Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, Swiss Zurich, which almost give the surprise of the day.

Goals Real Madrid were the work of Cristiano Ronaldo (27 and 89), Raul (33), Higuain (45 +1) and Guti (90 +4).

The whites, who this year have the added attraction of the continental tournament final will be played in Santiago Bernabeu stadium, the match seemed to be sentenced in the first half with goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Raul and Argentine Gonzalo Higuain, but The second part would suffering.

"We had to suffer as well. It was decided in the final minutes," said Higuain after the meeting, saying "what matters is who won and we have started well in the Champions League."

After the break, the Swiss were well taken forward by the newly entered the field of play Djuric, while Real seemed to relax.

In the same key, AC Milan 2-1 victory over Marseille in the French port city of the Mediterranean, the perfect result for Italian interests.

Low rainfall in the Velodrome stadium before 59,000 fans, the "Rossoneri" showed his office and imposed by a doublet of Filippo, 'SuperPippo' Inzaghi, 36, (minutes 28 and 74), while the Argentine defender Gabriel Heinze provisional parity early in the second half with a header (49).

Atletico Madrid, meanwhile, disappointed, and tied for the Group D without a goal with modest Apoel Nicosia of Cyprus in the Calderon of the Spanish capital.

"Today was not in our calculations add only one point, but Porto will have to go to be thinking three," said Atletico coach Abel Resino, after the meeting.

In the same key, precisely, Chelsea Englishman made a remarkable comeback victory at home to FC Porto 1-0. The lone goal scored at Stamford Bridge as the Frenchman Nicolas Anelka (48).

In Serie A, Bayern Munich have reached a good 3-0 win over Maccabi Haifa in Israel, while Juventus stumbled to a 1-1 draw in Turin with the French champions Bordeaux. The Juve was among the worst European large revenue out of their grief.

As part of Group B, the German Wolfsburg also secured a valuable 3-1 victory in its own playing field against CSKA Moscow. In the other match of the key, another great in England and Europe, Manchester United, returned from Turkey with a 1-0 win against Besiktas.

The only goal of the "Red Devils" was the work of attacking midfielder Paul Scholes (77).

The rest of the first date, Groups E, F, G and H, is held on Wednesday.

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