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Big Change in UCL Group A-D Tables After Real Madrid 5-1, PSG 3-2, Man City 5-1 & Liverpool 3-2 Wins

Real Madrid demolished Sorry Shalhtar Donestk 5-0 at Ukraine to seal a vital clean sheet victory and all 3 points. Real Madrid goals were scored by Benzema, Rodrygo, Kryvstov (own goal) and Vinicius Junior scored twice to propel the Los Blancos to position 2 in UCL Group D Table with 6 points. Inter Milan humiliated Sherriff Tiraspol 3-1 at San Siro, goals courtesy of Dzeko, Vidal and De Vrij to climb up to position 3 in UCL Group D table with 4 points.

PSG strolled past RB Leipzig 3-2 at Parc De Princes to claim their second UCL victory of the season. Lionel Messi scored twice for Paris Saint Germain while Kylian Mbappe scored once and missed amother penalty while Silva and Mukiele scored for RB Leipzig. After the 3-2 victory, PSG climbed up to the top of UCL Group A with 7 points followed by Man City who saw off Club Brugge 5-1 at hone to move up to second with 6 points. Manchester City goals were scored by Cancelo, Palmer, Kyle Walker and Riyardh Maharez who scored twice while Aken scored the consolation goal for Club Brugge.

Liverpool cruised past Atletico Madrid 3-2 at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium to seal their 3rd consecutive victory of the season. Liverpool goals were scored by Salah (brace) and Keita to climb up to position 1 in UCL Group B table with 9 points while Atletico Madrid consolation goals were scored by Antoine Griezmann before he was sent off to retain position 2 with 4 points. Porto defeated Ac Milan 1-0, goal courtesy of Diaz to climb up to position 3 with 4 points in Group B table.

Ajax ruthlessly mauled Borussia Dortmund 4-0 at Armstandam to top UCL Group C Table with 9 points after 3 consecutive victories. Ajax goals were scored by Blind, Antony, Haller and Reus scored an own goal while Sporting Lisbon demolished Besiktas 4-1 at Istanbul to climb up to position 3 in UCL Group C Table with 3 points.

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