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Matchday 1 - 13 September 2005

 

Group- Home- Away

 

E- PSV 1-0 Schalke

E- Milan 3-1 Fenerbah?e

 

F- Olympiacos 1-3 Rosenborg

F- Lyon 3-0 Real Madrid

 

G- Betis 1-2 Liverpool

G- Chelsea 1-0 Anderlecht

 

H- Artmedia 0-1 Internazionale

H- Rangers 3-2 Porto

 

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Matchday 1 - 14 September 2005

 

 

Group- Home- Away

 

A- Club Brugge 1-2 Juventus

A- Rapid 0-1 Bayern

 

B- Sparta 1-1 Ajax

B- Arsenal 2-1 Thun

 

C- Udinese 3-0 Panathinaikos

C- Bremen 0-2 Barcelona

 

D- Benfica 1-0 Lille

D- Villarreal 0-0 Man. United

 

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Can i just express my congratutations to Wayne Rooney who may happen to be the biggest idiot in football for managing to get sent off last nite for applauding the referee. Slightly strange though as i thought referees wanted more praise for their decisions? maybe he doesnt like the englsh as it was the same guy who sent of Beckham in world cup 98 for his 'kick'. Strange world.....

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I thought Anderlecht made Chelsea look a bit ordinary. Unlucky to conceed the goal (shouldn't have been a free kick), well organised and defended well. Not a pretty game but I think Anderlecht have cause to feel they should have had the draw.

Zitka, the keeper of Anderlecht, lives in my street. ohmy.gifohmy.gifohmy.gif

 

Take THAT Blackadder-people meeters!

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Miccoli leaves Benfica buoyant

Fabrizio Miccoli takes the plaudits user posted image

 

 

Fabrizio Miccoli made a dream start to this season's UEFA Champions League with the winning goal for SL Benfica against LOSC Lille M?tropole.

SL Benfica enjoyed a dramatic late victory on their return to the UEFA Champions League group stage after an absence of seven years.

 

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Can i just express my congratutations to Wayne Rooney who may happen to be the biggest idiot in football for managing to get sent off last nite for applauding the referee. Slightly strange though as i thought referees wanted more praise for their decisions? maybe he doesnt like the englsh as it was the same guy who sent of Beckham in world cup 98 for his 'kick'. Strange world.....

Rooney is a fu**ing moron. Man.Utd shud sell him. I hate him; the chav.

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Matchday 2 - 27 September 2005

 

Group - Home - Away

 

A- Bayern 1-0 Club Brugge

A- Juventus 3-0 Rapid

 

B- Ajax 1-2 Arsenal

B- Thun 1-0 Sparta

 

C- Panathinaikos 2-1 Bremen

C- Barcelona 4-1 Udinese

 

D- Man. United 2-1 Benfica

D- Lille 0-0 Villarreal

 

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United save their best until last

 

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Ruud van Nistelrooij enjoys his winning goal

 

Ruud van Nistelrooij struck a late winner as Manchester United FC overcame a tough challenge from Portuguese champions SL Benfica to go top of Group D with a 2-1 victory at Old Trafford

 

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Matchday 2 - 28 September 2005

 

Group - Home - Away

 

E - Schalke 2-2 Milan

E - Fenerbah?e 3-0 PSV

 

F - Rosenborg 0-1 Lyon

F - Real Madrid 2-1 Olympiacos

 

G - Liverpool 0-0 Chelsea

G - Anderlecht 0-1 Betis

 

H - Internazionale 1-0 Rangers

H - Porto 2-3 Artmedia

 

 

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Betis buoyed by Oliveira strike

 

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Ricardo Oliveira celebrates scoring the winner for Betis

 

A 69th-minute Ricardo Oliveira goal settled an open and entertaining Group G game as Real Betis Balompi? beat RSC Anderlecht 1-0 at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium. The Seville club's first-ever UEFA Champions League win condemned Anderlecht to their ninth straight group stage defeat.

 

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Matchday 3 - 18 October 2005

 

 

Group - Home - Away

 

A - Bayern 2-1 Juventus

A - Rapid 0-1 Club Brugge

 

B - Ajax 2-0 Thun

B - Sparta 0-2 Arsenal

 

C - Udinese 1-1 Bremen

C - Panathinaikos 0-0 Barcelona

 

D - Villarreal 1-1 Benfica

D - Man. United 0-0 Lille

 

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Benfica buoyed by Nereu heroics

 

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Benfica's N?lson (left) battles for possession with Villarreal

goalscorer Juan Rom?n Riquelme (Getty Images)

 

Despite scoring their first-ever UEFA Champions League goal, Villarreal CF were unable to earn their inaugural victory in the competition as Portuguese visitors SL Benfica battled back to snatch a 1-1 draw

 

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Matchday 3 - 19 October 2005

 

 

Group - Home - Away

 

 

E - Fenerbah?e 3-3 Schalke

E - Milan 0-0 PSV

 

F - Lyon 2-1 Olympiacos

F - Real Madrid 4-1 Rosenborg

 

G - Chelsea 4-0 Betis

G - Anderlecht 0-1 Liverpool

 

H - Rangers 0-0 Artmedia

H - Porto 2-0 Internazionale

 

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Matchday 4 - 01 November 2005

 

 

Group Home Away

 

 

E - PSV 1-0 Milan

E - Schalke 2-0 Fenerbah?e

 

F - Olympiacos 1-4 Lyon

F - Rosenborg 0-2 Real Madrid

 

G - Betis 1-0 Chelsea

G - Liverpool 3-0 Anderlecht

 

H - Artmedia 2-2 Rangers

H - Internazionale 2-1 Porto

 

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Matchday 4 - 02 November 2005

 

Group - Home - Away

 

A - Club Brugge 3-2 Rapid

A - Juventus 2-1 Bayern

 

B - Arsenal 3-0 Sparta

B - Thun 2-4 Ajax

 

C - Bremen 4-3 Udinese

C - Barcelona 5-0 Panathinaikos

 

D - Benfica 0-1 Villarreal

D - Lille 1-0 Man. United

 

 

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