UEFA Champions League MD6 roundup- PSG qualifies, Newcastle United and Barcelona beaten

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UEFA Champions League MD6 roundup- PSG qualifies, Newcastle United and Barcelona beaten

Group E Antoine Griezzmann and Lino's goals for Atletico Madrid defeated Lazio 2-0. Celtic recorded their first win in the group with a 2-1 win

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Group E

Antoine Griezzmann and Lino’s goals for Atletico Madrid defeated Lazio 2-0.

Celtic recorded their first win in the group with a 2-1 win over Feyenoord. Palma and Lagerbielke scored for the home team as Gambian forward Yankuba Minteh got the consolation for Feyenoord.

Group F

Newcastle lost 2-1 at home to AC Milan in a must-win game. Joelinton put the host ahead with a sublime finish in the 33rd minute. Christian Pulisic equalised in the 59th minute as Samuel Chukueze scored the winner for Milan after being on the pitch for just 1 minute.

<span;>PSG drew 1-1 in Germany to secure a place in the knockout phase. Karim Adeyemi scored the first goal of the game for Dortmund six minutes into the second half with 17-year-old Zaire-Emery equalising in the 56th minute for the French champions.

Group G

Manchester City defeated Crvena Zvezda 3-2 in Belgrade to record a 100% record in the group. 20-year-old Micah Hamilton opened the scoring for City as Oscar Bob and Kalvin Phillips were the other scorers for Manchester City. Hwang In-Beom and Katai scored for Crvena Zvezda.

Three goals in six minutes in the second half ensured that RB Leipzig defeated Young Boys 2-1. Benjamin Sesko’s 51st-minute opener for the host was cancelled by Colley’s 53rd-minute equaliser for Young Boys. Emil Forsberg’s goal three minutes later proved to be the winner for RB Leipzig.

Group H

Royal Antwerp recorded their first win of the competition with a 3-2 win over Barcelona. Vermeeran opened the scoring for the home team in the second minute with Ferran Torres levelling the score in the 35th minute. Vincent Janssen and Illenikhena scored the 2nd and 3rd goals for Antwerp. Marc Guiu’s strike was a mere consolation for Barcelona.

Eight goals were scored in Portugal as FC Porto beat Shakhtar Donetsk 5-3 in an entertaining game. Galeno (brace), Taremi, Pepe and Conceicao scored Porto’s goals as Sikan, Eustaquio (own goal) and Eguinaldo scored for Shakhtar Donetsk.

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