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PSG attack too much for Bayern
PARIS (AP) --- Paris Saint-Ger-
main beat ive-time champion Bay-
ern Munich 3 0 in the Champions
League yesterday with unstoppa-
ble football from its super-expen-
The French team tore the Ger-
man visitors' defense apart on the
counterattack and took command
of Group B with goals from Dani
Alves, Edinson Cavani and Ney-
Kylian Mbappe, who was hired
alongside Neymar this summer
for a combined 400 million euros
($470 million), did not score but
tormented the Bayern defense
throughout with his dribbling abil-
ity and frenetic pace. He was de-
cisive in setting up Neymar's goal.
After scoring eight goals with-
out conceding in their irst two
matches, PSG leads the group with
six points, with Bayern and Celtic
tied for second place with three
Bayern enjoyed a good spell in
the irst half and caused problems
to the hosts' defense but lacked
pace and inishing.
Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti
unexpectedly left wingers Arjen
Robben and Franck Ribery on the
bench, opting for a more defen-
sive approach with Arturo Vidal
and Corentin Tolisso instead. An-
celotti also gave starting roles to
Niklas Sule and Javi Martinez in
the heart of his defense, at the
expense of Mats Hummels and
Jerome Boateng, with the latter
being left out of the squad.
There was no surprise in Unai
Emery's line-up, with the attack-
ing trident of Neymar, Mbappe
and Cavani starting at the Parc des
Princes in a 4 3 3 formation.
PSG needed just two minutes to
break through following inspira-
tion from Neymar. The Brazil star
received the ball on the left and
quickly moved it forward to get
past a defender. Neymar cut inside
through a sea of legs and delivered
a perfect assist on the right of the
box for the unmarked Dani Alves,
who ired home from a tight angle
just two minutes into the match.
MOSCOW (AP) --- Romelu Lukaku
made it 10 goals in nine games
this season as Manchester United
cruised to a 4 1 win over CSKA
Moscow in the Champions
Lukaku scored twice in the irst
half off crosses from Anthony Mar-
tial, while Martial got his name
on the scoresheet with a penalty.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored in the
57th to make it 4 0, before CSKA
scored a consolation goal.
United's second win in two
Champions League games leaves it
top of Group A. Basel demolished
Ben ica 5 0 in the other game in
the group to go second with three
United was without Paul Pogba
and Marouane Fellaini due to in-
jury, but replacements Nemanja
Matic and Ander Herrera were
more than capable of controlling
the mid ield.
CSKA's Alan Dzagoev and Fyo-
dor Chalov both forced saves from
David De Gea in the irst half. Oth-
erwise the Russian team was little
threat until CSKA substitute Kon-
stantin Kuchaev hit a low shot past
Akinfeev in the 90th.
Celtic easily beats
Anderlecht 3 0
BRUSSELS (AP) --- Celtic took a big
step toward at least a spot in the
Europa League yesterday when
it beat Anderlecht 3 0 away from
home in the Champions League.
With Bayern Munich and Paris
Saint-Germain being the undis-
puted favorites to advance from
Group B, goals by Leigh Grif iths
and Scott Sinclair, along with an
own-goal by Kara Mbodji, gave the
Scottish champion an important
victory. A third-place inish would
secure a place in UEFA's second
PSG's Neymar clenches his fist after scoring his side's third goal as PSG's Dani
Alves, left, runs to hug Neymar during a Champions League Group B soccer
match between Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich at the Parc des
Princes stadium in Paris, France, yesterday.
The win underscored Celtic's
great start in the Scottish league,
where it leads the table and is
fresh from a victory over its Glas-
gow rival, Rangers.
While Celtic thrives, Ander-
lecht has been struggling. The
Belgian champion is languishing
in seventh place in the domestic
league and recently parted com-
pany with its coach, Rene Weiler.
Interim coach Nicolas Frutos was
untested at international level
and it showed in the quality of his
own-goal to win
LISBON, Portugal (AP) --- Barce-
lona needed an own-goal from
Sporting Lisbon defender Sebas-
tian Coates to claim a 1 0 away
win, yesterday in the Champions
The Spanish side tops Group D
with two wins in two matches.
Coates accidentally struck
when Lionel Messi's free kick de-
flected off two other players. The
ball then hit Coates and bounced
into the net four minutes after
An unconvincing Barcelona did
little else in attack and needed
goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Ste-
gen to ensure the points with a
key save as Sporting hemmed
the visitors in their area for long
In the 90th minute a fan in-
vaded the pitch to approach Messi
before being escorted off.
Barcelona beat Juventus 3 0
in their group opener and leads
Juventus and Sporting by three
points. Juventus beat Greek side
Olympiakos 2 0 in the group's
other game, yesterday.
The victory in Portugal ex-
tended Barcelona's winning
streak to eight games, including
the Spanish league.
The defeat ended Sporting's un-
beaten start to the season. It was
the Lisbon club's irst loss in 13
matches dating back to the inal
game of last season.
Basel 5 v 0 Benfica
CSKA Moscow 1 v 4 Manchester United
Anderlecht 0 v 3 Celtic
Paris Saint Germain 3 v 0 Bayern Munich
Qarabag FK 1 v 2 Roma
Atletico Madrid 1 v 2 Chelsea
Juventus 2 v 0 Olympiacos
Sporting CP 0 v 1 Barcelona
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