Champions League: Manchester City, Real Madrid, PSG register wins; Chelsea held | Football News – Times of India – News Update

  • September 15, 2022

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⏰ WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS ⏰The Champions League is special. #UCL
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) 1663190760000
Yet it looked like Dortmund might spring a surprise as they went ahead just before the hour mark at the Etihad Stadium when England midfielder Jude Bellingham headed in.
City’s equaliser did not come until Kevin De Bruyne set up John Stones to smash in with 10 minutes left, and Haaland got the winner in the 84th minute with an outrageous finish from Joao Cancelo’s magnificent cross.
Haaland now has 13 goals in nine games for City, who have two wins from two in Group G.
“In the end we showed what we are,” Haaland told BT Sport. “Dortmund were really good today (but) three points is what matters.”
City’s next two games will be against FC Copenhagen, who drew 0-0 with Sevilla in Denmark.
Haaland 😅#UCL https://t.co/epDZu5iFOE
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) 1663197803000
In London, Potter took charge of Chelsea for the first time but had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Salzburg in Group E, with Raheem Sterling’s opener early in the second half being cancelled out by Noah Okafor.
“It has not been easy for the boys, they have responded to us really well over the last few days and it’s a point we will have to take and get better,” Potter told BT Sport.
Earlier, group rivals AC Milan beat Dinamo Zagreb 3-1 at San Siro, with Olivier Giroud scoring a penalty before Alexis Saelemaekers and Tommaso Pobega added further goals either side of a Mislav Orsic strike for Dinamo.
Graham Potter’s reaction after tonight’s #UCL draw with Salzburg… 🎙
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) 1663197608000
Reigning European champions Madrid needed two late goals to beat RB Leipzig 2-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu and maintain their perfect start in Group F.
Federico Valverde opened the scoring 10 minutes from time after being set up by Vinicius Junior, and substitute Marco Asensio sealed the victory with a tremendous first-time finish in injury time.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side are clear at the top of the section from Shakhtar, who rode their luck to claim a 1-1 draw with Celtic.
The Scottish champions went ahead early on when Reo Hatate’s ball into the six-yard box went into the net off Artem Bondarenko.
👔 @MrAncelotti: “We played a very intelligent match.”#UCL https://t.co/8CmEOHgLuH
— Real Madrid C.F. 🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@realmadriden) 1663194000000
But Shakhtar, playing European home games in Warsaw due to the war in Ukraine, equalised before the half-hour mark via an emphatic finish by Mykhailo Mudryk.
Celtic had chances to win the game, none better than a late strike by Giorgos Giakoumakis that flashed agonisingly wide.
“We’ll get our rewards if we keep playing that kind of football and showing that kind of commitment,” said Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou.
At least they have a point, in stark contrast to rivals Rangers who lost 3-0 at home to Napoli in Group A.
In a dramatic second half, Rangers had American defender James Sands sent off for conceding a penalty which Piotr Zielinski had saved, only for Matteo Politano to score the rebound.
However, the referee ordered a retake, and Allan McGregor saved from Zielinski again.
🔝📈⚽️ A goal, the MVP award and a record! @KMbappe equals Cavani’s record with his 3️⃣0️⃣th goal in the… https://t.co/zP9EVVW3z9
— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) 1663193293000
Yet Napoli won another penalty midway through the second half, and this time Politano scored from the spot, before Giacomo Raspadori and Tanguy Ndombele added further goals.
The game had been postponed by 24 hours due to policing issues related to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and Rangers ignored a decision by UEFA to reject their request to play the British national anthem before kick-off.
Paris Saint-Germain came from behind to beat Maccabi Haifa 3-1 in Israel as their superstar front three all scored.
Suriname international Tjaronn Chery put the home side ahead only for Lionel Messi to equalise before the break.
Messi then set up Kylian Mbappe to make it 2-1 midway through the second half, and Neymar sealed a second win in as many Group H games for PSG.
Juventus suffered a second straight defeat, though, as they lost 2-1 at home to Benfica.
Arkadiusz Milik’s opener for Juve was cancelled out by Joao Mario’s penalty, before David Neres struck Benfica’s winner.

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