Wednesday 13 December 2017

Champions League action

Cesc Fabregas scored two goals in Arsenal's 6-0 win over SC Braga
Cesc Fabregas scored two goals in Arsenal's 6-0 win over SC Braga
Sporting Braga's disppointment continued with goalkeeper Felipe (R) being shown the yellow card from referee Alain Hamer.
Chelsea raced to a 3-0 lead before half time over MSK Zilina courtesy of two goal from Nicolas Anelka
MSK Zilina's Oravec scored a consolation goal for the home side
US Open winner Rafael Nadal acknowledges applauses before the Champions League game between Real Madrid and Ajax
Gonzalo Higuan (bottom) celebrates after scoring his second goal for Real Madrid
Rangers held out for a scoreless draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford
The game was overshadowed by a horror injury to Manchester United's Antonio Valencia. The player is reported to have broken and dislocated his ankle
Tottenham raced into a 2-0 lead against Werder Bremen, the second goal courtesy of Peter Crouch
However goals from Hugo Almeida and Marko Marin earned a point for Werder
Panathinaikos' Sidney Govou (C) scores the opening goal against Barcelona
Lionel Messi equalised two minutes later. Barcelona went on to win 5-1
Wesley Sneijder (pictured) opened the scoring for Inter Milan against FC Twente. An own-goal from Inter's Diego Milito gave the Dutch side a 2-1 lead before Samuel Eto'o rescued a point for the 2010 Champions League winners
Luisao celebrates scoring the opening goal against Hapoel Tel-Aviv. Benfica went on to win 2-0.
Schalke's Benedikt Hoewedes was sent off for a poor tackle on Jimmy Briand, the player also scored an own goal, handing Lyon 1-0 victory
Valencia's players celebrate after their 4-0 victory over Bursaspor.

All photos: Getty Images

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