Firmino stuns PSG as Messi's brilliance marks start of Champions League

Firmino stuns PSG as Messi's brilliance marks start of Champions League

Firmino stuns PSG as Messi's brilliance marks start of Champions League

They held onto their lead and emerged victorious and are now second in Group H behind Manchester United, who are ahead on goal difference after their 3-0 win over Young Boys. We can't go back in time because Ronaldo has already been sent off and the match has finished'. Some teams like Tottenham started off at 6pm while other maintained the 8pm slot but as much as we love new things, the major headlines were dominated by the dynamic duo of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo will miss the next Champions League game against Young Boys on October 2 but could still be available for Juve's double header against his former club Manchester United.

United had lost on its last two trips to Switzerland, both against Basel, but is in a good position to welcome Valencia in two weeks' time.

But Roma fell 3-0 to holders Real Madrid in Spain with Napoli playing out a goalless draw at Red Star Belgrade.

His case will be dealt with by UEFA's disciplinary body who will decide if his red card at Valencia last night warrants more than a one-game ban. The hat trick made it 103 goals scored in the competition, behind Cristiano Ronaldo's record 120 goals.

Ronaldo must to wait until next Thursday (Sept 27) to find out if he will be suspended for his return to Old Trafford. Thomas Meunier pulled one back for the away side just before half-time. 'You can't do that!' 'I think he's got room to appeal.'??

That's the view of ESPN pundit Craig Burley, who says that although he didn't think it was a red card, there was still physical contact and so it will be hard to overturn the decision.

Miralem Pjanic converted that penalty kick, and scored again six minutes into the second half when Murillo was penalized for a foul.

Jose Mourinho's men were inspired by Paul Pogba on the artificial pitch, as the French World Cup victor drilled home a brilliant opener before converting a penalty on the stroke of half-time, and setting up Anthony Martial for the third.

But Mauro Icardi's brilliant late volley brought the hosts level, and Matias Vecino headed in a stoppage-time victor for Inter, back in the Champions League for the first time since 2011-12.

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