UEFA Champions League, Match Day 2, Part 2

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Here is a brief recap of Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League matches. Shakhtar Donetsk fell 3-0 to PSG. FC Astana barely managed to salvage a point against Galatasaray; the final score was 2-2. Benfica came back from 1-0 down to beat Atletico Madrid, 2-1. Sergio Agüero’s 90th minute penalty conversion gave Manchester City a 2-1 victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. Real Madrid won against Malmo FF, 2-0, with Cristiano Ronaldo netting both of the goals. Juventus cruised to a 2-0 win over Sevilla. CSKA Moscow were 3-2 victors over PSV. Wolfsburg went 1-0 up on Manchester United in the 4th minute, but conceded twice to lose the match, 2-1. That’s all for match day 2’s UEFA Champions League action.

Click on the link below for the current UEFA Champions League standings:

http://www.espnfc.us/uefa-champions-league/2/table

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    Franck Ribery Takes Huge Step To Full Recovery
    Winger Franck Ribery is edging closer to his comeback after a lengthy spell on the sidelines due to an ankle injury and this is good news to Bayern Munich.

    The former France international has yet to feature for the reigning Bundesliga champions this term due to his physical problems, but has now taken another step in his recovery.

    “Ribery is making good progress on the road to an eagerly awaited comeback. The 32-year-old completed another session of light running at the Sabener Strasse training ground on Thursday,” reads a statement on the club’s official website.

    “Ribery, who has not played for Bayern since March due to a persistent ankle injury, started running again at the end of last week.

    “Before then, the French winger had gradually increased his training load on the treadmill in the performance centre.

    “Ribery will continue his step-by-step recovery from the long lay-off over the coming weeks.”

    The 32-year-old has made 299 appearances in all competitions for Bayern since joining the club from Marseille in 2007.

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