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Sport CL round-up: Bayern strike late to thrash Benfica

03:06  21 october  2021
03:06  21 october  2021 Source:   skysports.com

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Preliminary Round (25 June). First qualifying round First leg (06-07 July). See how Dejan Kulusevski's late header meant Juventus kept up their winning Group H start in St Petersburg. Highlights: Benfica 0-4 Bayern . Catch how Leroy Sané's double, including a stunning free-kick Catch how Cristiano Ronaldo’s powerful late header completed a remarkable comeback for Manchester

Bayern Munich hit Benfica with four late goals to seal an emphatic 4-0 win in Portugal. Leroy Sané broke the deadlock after 70 minutes before an Everton Soares own goal and strikes from Robert Lewandowski and Sané once more saw the German club surge away at the top of Group E. The tense finish did not materialise for the Spanish side, who restored their two-goal cushion with further goals from the substitutes Alberto Moreno and Samuel Chukwueze late on.

Bayern Munich hit Benfica with four late goals to seal an emphatic win in

Leroy Sane scored twice in Byaern Munich's 4-0 win at Benfica © Getty Leroy Sane scored twice in Byaern Munich's 4-0 win at Benfica Juventus stayed top of Group H © Getty Juventus stayed top of Group H

Portugal.

Leroy Sane broke the deadlock after 70 minutes before an Everton Soares own goal and strikes from Robert Lewandowski and Sane once more saw the German club surge away at the top of Group E.

Meanwhile, Barcelona gained their first win in the competition this season after Gerard Pique netted in a 1-0 victory against Dynamo Kiev at the Nou Camp.

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Villarreal eased to a 4-1 win at Young Boys.

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Barcelona have made their worst start to a Champions League campaign ever after a chastening 3-0 defeat at Benfica . The Portuguese side dealt a further blow to Ronald Koeman, with Barcelona slumping to their second successive defeat in the competition as they also finished the match with 10 men. Darwin Nunez netted in the third minute and capped off his side's scoring with a penalty in the 79th, with Rafa Silva striking in between. Eric Garcia was sent off late on.

Bayern alongside Liverpool, City and PSG are one of the favourites to go all the way and win this year's competition and having won. Benfica on the other hand will be looking to go against the odds and get something from this game where even a point will be big result for the Portugese side. Benfica are coming into this game on the back of a conniving 3-0 win over Bacelona on matchday 2 before the international break and if they can get 2 points in the next two matches against Bayern they will put themselves just a win away from qualifying from this group however that is easier said then done

Yeremi Pino and Gerard Moreno gave the visitors a comfortable half-time lead which they held until the 77th minute when Meschack Elia pulled a goal back.

A tense finish was threatened but it did not materialise for the Spanish side, who restored their two-goal cushion with further goals from substitutes Alberto Moreno and Samuel Chukwueze late on.

The other game in the group saw Cristiano Ronaldo secured Manchester United a thrilling 3-2 victory in a breathless Champions League clash with Atalanta.

The victory provided a much-needed shot in the arm for United, who moved top of Group F and welcome rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

Group G: Salzburg pull clear at top

Red Bull Salzburg pulled clear at the top of Group G with a 3-1 home win against Wolfsburg. Lukas Nmecha cancelled out Karim Adeyemi's opener for the hosts before a second-half double from Noah Okafor gave Red Bull their second group win.

Bayern's journey to the historic location

 Bayern's journey to the historic location A good year has passed since the Great Triumph in the Champions League. At that time, in August 2020, FC Bayern won the royal class - in Lisbon. At this place, the Munich returns now. © Pool / AFP Via Getty Images Outstanding: The Bavaria around Joshua Kimmich against FC Barcelona, ​​August 2020. Sabitzer could start in the Estadio da Luz, the home office of Benfica, the Bayern last year the FC Barcelona at the 8 : 2 divided into all items and later the final against Paris St.

Bayern Munich struck four times in a frantic 15-minute spell late in the second half to cruise past Benfica Lisbon 4-0 on Wednesday and make it three wins out of three Champions League Group E matches. But Benfica had their share of golden opportunities in an entertaining game before eventually running out of gas after the 70th minute. Bayern , who have now scored 12 goals in their three games and have conceded none, are top of Group E on nine points, with Benfica in second place on four.

UCL round - up : Benfica hammer Barca and Ronaldo strikes again. Date published: Wednesday 29th September 2021 10:36 - News Desk. Benfica beat Barcelona 3-0 on Wednesday night and this result compounds the Spanish giants to their worst ever Champions League start. Cristiano Ronaldo capped his record-breaking Champions League appearance by firing Manchester United to a stunning late comeback win against Europa League final foes Villarreal. A disjointed United were staring down the barrel of a third straight home defeat in all competitions when Paco Alcacer deservedly put

Sevilla are second behind the Austrian champions after drawing 0-0 with Lille in France.

Group H: Juve stay top

Juventus stayed top of Group H after Dejan Kulusevski's 86th-minute header gave them a 1-0 win against Zenit St Petersburg in Russia.

Meanwhile, Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner limped out of Chelsea's 4-0 win over Malmo to deal the Blues a fresh set of injury concerns.

Jorginho converted two penalties, while Andreas Christensen and Kai Havertz laid on classy finishes - but Chelsea's new injuries still grabbed the greatest attention.

Lukaku hobbled off in clear pain with a suspected ankle problem, while Werner appeared to pick up a hamstring issue as the Blues claimed their second win in Group H.

Villarreal eased to victory in Austria © Getty Villarreal eased to victory in Austria Rasmus Kristensen of RB Salzburg celebrates after winning against Wolfsburg © Getty Rasmus Kristensen of RB Salzburg celebrates after winning against Wolfsburg

Benfica loses table leadership in front of Bavaria guest game .
Benfica Lisbon has lost the spreadsheet in Portugal's Football League in front of the Champions League match at FC Bayern. © Peter Kneffel / DPA Trainer Jorge Jesus had to give the table management with Benfica Lisbon before the second leg against FC Bayern. The record champion did not come over a 1: 1 (1: 0) on Saturday at the table-four GD Estoril Praia.

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