In Pictures: Wednesday’s Champions League results
October 24, 2013
CSKA Moscow 1-2 Manchester City. Sergio Aguero, right, scored twice in a span of eight minutes near the end of the first half to provide City the edge. Ivan Sekretarev / AP
CSKA Moscow 1-2 Manchester City. The win separated City from Moscow for second place in Group D. Entering the match, both sides had three points. Epsilon / Getty Images.
Bayer Leverkusen 4-0 Shakhtar Donetsk. Stefan Kiessling, left, scored twice for Leverkusen in a thorough dismantling of Shakhtar. The Bundesliga side sit a point behind Manchester United for first place in Group A. Frank Augstein / AP
Manchester United 1-0 Real Sociedad. Real's Inigo Martinez, right, slipped in an own goal just two minutes into the match. It was the only tally of the affair and United took the three points to remain atop Group A. Jon Super / AP
Galatasaray 3-1 Copenhagen. Felipe Melo scored the Turkish side's first goal, with Wesley Sneijder and Didier Drogba adding strikes before the end of the first half. Galatasaray , with four points from three matches, currently lead Juventus by two points for Group B's second qualification spot. AP Photo
Real Madrid 2-1 Juventus. Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after the second of his two goals on the evening. Paul White / AP
Real Madrid 2-1 Juventus. The Primera Liga side, after Wednesday's victory, maintain a 100 percent record in Group B play and own a plus-10 goal difference. Denis Doyle / Getty Images
Anderlecht 0-5 Paris Saint-Germain. Zlatan Ibrahimovic netted four times as PSG eviscerated Anderlecht, who have no points in three matches. The Ligue 1 side own a 100 percent record in their three games and have far outpaced Olympiakos and Benfica, the other two clubs in Group C. Thierry Roge / EPA
Benfica 1-1 Olympiakos. Benfica's Ola John, right, and Leandro Salino, left, battle for a ball during a wet night in Lisbon. Armando Franca / AP
Benfica 1-1 Olympiakos. Oscar Cardozo's 83rd-minute equaliser saved the Portuguese side from a debilitating loss. As it stands, Olympiakos and Benfica each have four points through three Group C matches.
Bayern Munich 5-0 Viktoria Plzen. Bayern thoroughly dismantled the Czech side, who have yet to register a point in Group D play and who own a minus-9 goal difference. Bayern top the group table with a 100 percent record. Sven Hoppe / EPA