Champions League: Newcastle Humble PSG, Man City Survives, See Other Results

Atlético Madrid started the winning spree for tonight by beating Feyenoord 3-2 in Spain courtesy of two goals from Álvaro Morata and a goal from Antoine Griezmann.

Shakhtar Donetsk also grabbed a 3-1 win over Antwerp thanks to two goals from Danylo Sikan and a goal from Yaroslav Rakitskyi.

The biggest stunner for Wednesday’s Champions League matchday 2 happened at St. James Park where Newcastle United defeated French Ligue 1 champions, Paris Saint Germain 3-1.

A goal from Miguel Almirón, Dan Burn, Sean Longstaff, and an injury-time goal from Fabian Schär made PSG’s Lucas Hernández’s 56th-minute goal look meaningless.

At Red Bull Arena Leipzig, Manchester City proved why they are the reigning champions of the Champions League by turning what initially looked like a draw into an emphatic 3-1 victory in the last ten minutes of the game.

An early goal from Phil Foden and very late goals from Julián Álvarez and Jérémy Doku ensured Pep Guardiola didn’t leave Germany without the maximum three points since the usual suspect Erling Haaland didn’t come to the party despite playing the entire 90 minutes.

Below are all the Wednesday’s Champions League matchday two results

Champions League: Newcastle Humble PSG, Man City Survived, See Other Results

Erling Haaland in action against RB Leipzig on Wednesday, October 4.

Atlético Madrid vs. Feyenoord

Antwerp vs. Shakhtar Donetsk

Crvena Zvezda vs. Young Boys,

Borussia Dortmund vs. AC Milan

Newcastle vs. Paris Saint-Germain

RB Leipzig vs. Manchester City

Porto vs. Barcelona

Celtic vs. Lazio,


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