Manchester City and Paris Saint Germain have the full mark and Bayern crush Tottenham with seven goals

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Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich confirmed their good start to the Champions League and reached the full mark with the win in their second consecutive game.

Bayern Munich achieved the most important result when it crushed his English guest Tottenham 7-2 to increase the troubles of the summer of the last edition champion, who has no victory in the competition so far.

Tottenham scored his first goal in the 12th minute, but Bayern Munich scored the equalizer in the 15th minute through Joshua Kimmich before Robert Lewandowski scored the second goal in the last minute of the first half.
In the second half, the Bavarian club managed to score two consecutive goals in the 52nd and 55th minute, then Harry Kane closed the mark for Tottenham in the 61st minute with a penalty shootout, but Gnabry scored his third goal and the fifth goal for Bavarian team in the 83rd minute, then Lewandowski added Bayern’s sixth goal in the 87th minute, before Gnabry scored the seventh of his team and his fourth goal (Super Hat-Trick) in the 88th minute.


Bayern Munich lifted their overall score to six points ahead of the Serbian Red Star, who beat Olympiacos 3-1. Tottenham slipped to the bottom of the standings by one point behind Olympiacos by a goal difference.

Paris Saint-Germain came back with a valuable victory at the home of Turkish rival Galatasaray thanks to the only goal scored by Argentine striker Mauro Icardi in the 52nd minute.

In the same group, Real Madrid drew 2-2 with Belgium’s Lob Brugge.

Paris Saint-Germain is leading the standings with 6 points, four points ahead of Club Brugge, and Galatasaray is third, one point behind Real Madrid.

Manchester City strengthened their lead in Group C with a 2-0 win over Croatia’s Dinamo Zagreb, while Ukraine’s Shakhtar Donetsk beat Italy’s Atlanta 2-1.

Manchester City increased its overall score six points ahead of Dynamo and Shakhtar finishers with three points in second place, while Atlanta is at the bottom of the table with no goals.

In Group D, Juventus beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-0, and Atlético Madrid beat Lokomotiv Moscow 2-0.

Juventus leads group D with four points, with goal difference behind Atlético, while Lokomotiv is third with three points and Leverkusen remains in the last place with no points.

Source: Agencies

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