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Madrid fights, Bayern wins again

Madrid fights against Madrid, Bayern wins again

Much later drama took place on the opening night of UEFA Champions League Matchday 2.

Group A

Lokomotiv Moscow 1-2 Bayern

Highlights: Atlético 3-2 Salzburg

Highlights: Atlético 3-2 Salzburg

Joshua Kimmich scored 11 minutes to give the owners a hard-won win in the Russian capital. A header from Leon Goretzka gave Bayern an early lead, but the hosts put up stubborn resistance and were leveled again shortly after Anton Miranchuk hit them in the middle of the second half.
Key statistics : This was Bayern's 13th consecutive UEFA Champions League win.
03/11 : Lokomotiv Moscow – Atlético, Salzburg – Bayern

Atlético 3-2 Salzburg

João Félix scored three points against Atlético and parried a lively Salzburg. The Portuguese striker, along with Luis Suárez, rounded out the goalkeeper and scored Atlético's third goal just five minutes later. Before Felipe's own goal, Dominik Szoboszlai knocked out Marcos Llorente's opener. However, it sealed João Félix's next double win.
important status : João Félix has scored six goals (five goals, one assist) in his last seven Champions League games for Atlético.
03/11 : Lokomotiv Moscow – Atlético, Salzburg – Bayern

Group B

Shakhtar 0-0 Inter

Highlights: Mönchengladbach 2-2 Real Madrid

Match Summary: Mönchengladbach 2-2 Real Madrid

Shakhtar kept a dominant Inter in Kiev to score points. Despite the one-way traffic for most of the competition, Luís Castro's younger side put up a stubborn performance. Lautaro Martínez walked away from close range with the best chance of the match, while Romelu Lukaku dropped his free kick to the bar by Anatolii Trubin.
important status : This was Shakhtar's first 0-0 draw in the competition since February 2015.
03/11 : Shakhtar – Mönchengladbach, Real Madrid – Inter

Monchengladbach 2-2 Real Madrid

Real Madrid made a dramatic comeback to score their first point. Marcus Thuram's duo - one from Alassane Pléa's pass and the other from a parried shot - took command of the hosts until the final three minutes. Then Karim Benzema was tied and Casemiro got a head-turned-goal by Sergio Ramos to give Zinédine Zidane's side a draw award.
important status : This was Madrid's first draw in 19 Champions League away games.
03/11 : Shakhtar – Mönchengladbach, Real Madrid – Inter

C group

Porto 2-0 Olympiacos

Highlights: Porto 2-0 Olympiacos

Highlights: Porto 2-0 Olympiacos

Porto clinched its first win of the campaign as Fábio Vieira took advantage of uncertain defense to notch an early opener with his first Champions League goal in the second round. Agustín Marchesín bailed Lazar Ranđelović before Sérgio Oliveira's late header was stamped on the victory as Olympiacos threatened to take a share of the spoils.
important status : Porto have won their last six Champions League group home games.
03/11 : Man. City – Olympiacos, Porto – Marseille

Marseille 0-3 Manchester City

Kevin De Bruyne was instrumental in his full return to City starting from the XI and contributed two assists to the Premier League team's routine win. Ferrán Torres opened the score 18 minutes later, before Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling's quick shots at the end of the second half could complete three points for Josep Guardiola's men.
key stat : City achieved their first European win in France in five tries.
03/11
: Man. City – Olympiacos, Porto – Marseille

Group D

Atalanta 2-2 Ajax

Highlights: Atalanta 2-2 Ajax

Highlights: Atalanta 2-2 Ajax

Duván Zapata scored two goals in seven minutes, while Atalanta drew with Ajax. Dušan Tadić led the visitors from the front after Robin Gosens fouled Lassina Traoré in the area. Traoré doubled that advantage after Marco Sportiello threw a cross, but Zapata came back in style, leading the first one before detonating by a second.
Important statistics : Zapata is the 2020/21 Champions League top scorer with three goals.
03/11 : Midtjylland – Ajax, Atalanta – Liverpool

Liverpool 2-0 Midtjylland

Diogo Jota's close-range strike and Mohamed Salah's late penalty allowed Liverpool to maintain their winning start. Midtjylland's Anders Dreyer was the closest player to breaking the halftime stalemate. However, the Reds took the lead soon after the hiatus, with Jota transforming Trent Alexander-Arnold's cross with Salah's spot-kick sealing issue.
key stat : Jota's opening was Liverpool's 10,000th goal in all competitions.
03/11 : Midtjylland – Ajax, Atalanta – Liverpool

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