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UEFA Champions League Wednesday night review


By: Nana Kwame Bediako 

The Champions League games once again took place on Wednesday, November 29, with some deja vu moments as Manchester United let their guard down to draw 3-3 against Galatasaray.

The Red Devils were leading 3-1, only to be caught cold by Galatasaray, who got two goals to tie the score.

Manchester United have to beat Bayern Munich on the final day to stand a chance of making it to the knockout stages.

Real Madrid secured a spot in the round of 16 after a 4-2 victory over Napoli. The Italian Champions took the lead with a Simeone goal in the 9th minute, only for Rodrygo to equalise just two minutes later with an emphatic finish after a fine piece of Diaz skill.

Bellingham got his name on the scoreboard for the game at 2:1 for Madrid in the 22nd minute. Anguissa Aldi brought Napoli back into the game just after the interval to make it 2:2. Goals from Paz and Joselu secured a 4:2 victory for Real Madrid.

Bayern Munich booked a place in the Champions League knockout stages after playing out a goalless draw against a resilient København side. 

Arsenal defiled Lens by six goals to nothing at the Emirates Stadium. Kai Havertz opened the floodgate of goals in the 13th minute. Jesus, Saka, and Martinelli all scored to put Arsenal in a comfortable lead before Odegaard added a fifth in first-half stoppage time. Jorginho also scored a penalty off the bench to cap the win in the latter stages for Arteta’s men.

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