There were shocks, red cards and sensational comebacks as the UEFA Champions League group stage reached halfway with a bang.
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The Blues had two Timo Werner penalties to thank for what proved a decisive first-half lead, with the visitors’ ensuing task made all the more difficult by Dalbert’s red card. Tammy Abraham’s close-range finish added a lick of second-half gloss on a night the hosts strengthened their hold on Group E.
Key stat: Chelsea have kept five successive clean sheets in all competitions.
The home side staged a remarkable recovery to remain unbeaten in Group E despite falling two goals behind inside 21 minutes thanks to thanks to Magomed Suleymanov’s fine free-kick and a Marcus Berg penalty. Ivan Rakitić headed the Spanish club back into contention before the break but Sevilla promptly lost captain Jesús Navas to a red card. They nevertheless piled on the pressure in the second half, Rakitić hitting the woodwork either side of Youssef En-Nesyri equaliser (69) before the substitute scored his second and Sevilla’s third (72) to secure three memorable points.
Key stat: Sevilla are unbeaten in 14 European home games (W12 D2).
Simone Inzaghi’s visitors remain unbeaten after Felipe Caicedo came off the bench to sweep in an equaliser in Saint Petersburg. A cagey first half had burst into life in the 32nd minute when Aleksandr Erokhin rifled in from Artem Dzyuba’s header across goal but the hosts had to settle for their first point in the section.
Key stat: This was only Zenit’s second draw in their last 21 UEFA Champions League matches.
Dortmund moved top of Group F with a resounding win in Belgium. Three goals in the opening 32 minutes did the damage with Thorgan Hazard opening the scoring. Erling Braut Haaland inevitably had his say, striking twice from close range to push the home side down to third in the section.
Key stat: Erling Braut Haaland took his tally to a record 14 goals in his first 11 UEFA Champions League appearances.
Dynamo gave Barcelona a major scare after Lionel Messi’s early penalty, with the returning Marc-André ter Stegen producing several superb saves to keep the hosts ahead. Teenage counterpart Ruslan Neshcheret was also outstanding, beaten again only by an emphatic Gerard Piqué header before Viktor Tsyhankov’s finish ensured a thrilling finale.
Key stat: Barça are 23 matches unbeaten in the UEFA Champions League group stage.
Juve collected three points in Budapest on Cristiano Ronaldo’s first UEFA Champions League appearance of the season. Álvaro Morata tapped in from close-range to give the visitors an early lead, before sweeping in Ronaldo’s low cross for his second. Paulo Dybala capitalised on a poor back pass to add a third and Lasha Dvali put through his own net before Franck Boli’s consolation.
Key stat: Álvaro Morata has scored six goals in his last six games for Juventus.
First-half counterattacking goals from Demba Ba (13) and Edin Višća (40) set the Turkish titleholders on course for their maiden UEFA Champions League points. Anthony Martial halved the deficit before the break, and though United were frustrated thereafter, they almost pinched a late equaliser only for Alexandru Epureanu to sensationally prevent a Mehmet Topal own goal.
Key stat: Başakşehir ended United’s club record ten-match winning run away from home in all competitions.
Leipzig are now level on points with Manchester United at the top of Group H after they came from behind to beat Paris. Ángel Di María gave the visitors an early lead, but also had a penalty saved by Péter Gulácsi. Christopher Nkunku’s strike (42) and Emil Forsberg’s spot kick (57) completed the comeback, with their opponents reduced to nine men by full time.
Key stat: Paris have lost two matches in a UEFA Champions League group stage for the first time since 2004/05.
The reverse fixtures of all these games will take place on Tuesday 24 November.
Source: UEFA | Sports