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1hGlenn Price

Mane: Firmino doesn't need his eye to score

Roberto Firmino was a doubt for the PSG clash following an eye injury, but came off the bench to score a stoppage time winner for Liverpool.

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3hRob Dawson

Poor start forced Utd to change style - Mourinho

Jose Mourinho said Manchester United have been forced to change the way they play in order to battle back from a poor start to the season.

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5hBen Pearce

Pochettino must restore Tottenham's confidence

Tottenham's win at Man United now seems a long time ago. The capitulation at Inter was a third consecutive loss, Mauricio Pochettino has work to do.

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5hBen Gladwell

Costa defended by Allegri after spitting 'blackout'

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said Douglas Costa had a blackout when he spat at Federico Di Francesco and earned a red card against Sassuolo.

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13hJonathan Johnson

Neymar, Mbappe, Cavani all have shockers

PSG's 'MCN' trident of Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani and Neymar is used to grabbing headlines, but at Liverpool, it was for all the wrong reasons.

Project Football: Experiencing Liverpool's PSG win (3:30)
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13hDave Usher

Milner 9/10 again, Salah 5/10 vs. PSG

In a team of stars, unsung James Milner continues to be among Liverpool's top performers, the 32-year-old putting in an all-action display vs. PSG.

Burley: PSG easy to play against (2:28)
Pochettino needs to change Spurs less (2:37)
Extra Time: PSG's Europe woes & struggling Salah (6:40)
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14hStefan Buczko

Gotze 3/10, Pulisic 6/10 in disjointed BVB win

Marco Reus and the rest of Borussia Dortmund's attack lacked chemistry all evening but escaped from Bruges on Tuesday with three points.

Neymar goes missing as Liverpool dominate PSG (2:26)
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Birthday-boy Pulisic scores winner for Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund's United States forward Christian Pulisic came off the bench to grab a late goal for a 1-0 Champions League win against Brugge.

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U.S.'s McKennie starts for Schalke in UCL draw

Schalke 04 marked their return to the Champions League after a three-year absence with a 1-1 draw at home to Porto in their Group D opener Tuesday.

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Atletico Madrid clinch comeback win at Monaco

Diego Costa and Jose Gimenez each scored to lift Atletico Madrid from a early deficit at Monaco and clinch a Champions League group stage win.

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15hJohn Crace

Dier's 6/10 highlights Spurs' below-par midfield

Eric Dier's missteps were noticeable, as he was a part of a troubled Tottenham midfield that eventually gave way in a 2-1 defeat at Inter Milan.