Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Champions League Round 4 - Day 1

PSV Eindhoven 1-0 AC Milan (FT)
Schalke 04 2-0 Fenerbahce (FT)
Olympiakos 1-4 Lyon (FT)
Rosenborg 0-2 Real Madrid (FT)

Liverpool 3-0 Anderlecht (FT)
Real Betis 1-0 Chelsea (FT)
Artmedia Petrzalka 2-2 Rangers (FT)
Inter Milan 2-1 FC Porto (FT)

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Update 18: Ebbe Sand gets a late goal for Schalke 04 to ensure them of 3 points on the night.

Update 17: Jaap Stam is sent off with two yellows dealing a blow to AC Milan's hopes of coming back against PSV.

Update 16: Djibril Cisse gets Liverpools third goal for the left side of the penalty area.

Update 15: Chelsea is looking for anything as they are now down to the final couple minutes of regulation with Real Betis still up by 1.

Update 14: While I was typing the last update, Milan scored again to take the lead. Julio Cruz gets the goal off a header.

Update 13: Julio Cruz ties it up for Inter Milan off a pk.

Update 12: Jestrovic has been sent off for Anderlecht. Looks like Liverpool is going into defense mood. Chelsea is throwing everything they have at Real Betis. Essien just took a shot that pinged off one post, hit the other and did NOT go in.

Update 11: Kozak ties it up for Artmedia Petrzalka.

Update 10: Luis Garcia nails a perfect header into the corner of goal for Liverpool.

Update 9: Mahamadou Diarra gets the third goal for Lyon and before I can even tell you about it, John Carew gets the fourth goal.

At the half Chelsea is looking a bit weak. They don't seem to be able to contain Dani. Now we get to see if Chelsea can come back again. Chelsea sub Shaun Wright-Phillips and Didier Drogba for Joe Cole and the Eidur Gudjohnsen at the half.

Update 8: Fabio Luciano was sent off for a professional foul, so Fenerbahce will have to play the second half with 10.

Update 7: John Carew gets the goal for Lyon off his left foot to the right corner.

Update 6: Robinho light touches it to Guti who fires past Rosenborg keeper Espen Johnsen for Real Madrid's second goal.

Update 5: Kevin Kuranyi scores for Schalke 04. Morientes got the goal for Liverpool.

Update 4: Mikael Dorsin gets the go ahead goal for Real Madrid

Update 3: Real Betis gets the first goal of the match to take a 1-0 lead over Chelsea. The goal came off a corner kick.

Update 2: Correction: I reported that Petrzalka got the first goal in their match against the Rangers. The Rangers scored first thanks to Dado Prso's header. Balazs Borbely tied it up in the 7th on a close range shot.

Update: Jefferson Farfan gets the right footed shot from the right side into the bottom of the net for PSV.

Haruna Babangida gets the goal for Olympiakos


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