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Summary

  1. Use play button to watch 5 live Final Score
  2. De Bruyne with precise low strike
  3. Win takes City second in Group D
  4. FT: CSKA Moscow 1-1 Man Utd
  5. Doumbia rebound after De Gea saves penalty
  6. Martial header off inside of the post

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By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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Too slow for LvG - let's hope the Manchester derby is played at a higher pace this weekend.

Be there or be (Albert) Square. 

'Too slow'

CSKA Moscow 1-1 Man Utd

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal: "I knew it would be a very difficult game. They had the present from Anthony Martial and then it is difficult when you are behind.

"We could not play at a high tempo, it was too slow in the first half. We had to improve at switching from side to side and we did that. We coudl have won but a draw was deserved."

Haven't they tried this already?

CSKA Moscow 1-1 Man Utd

Reckon Rooney's ideal position is now CDM. Can see him there with Schweinsteiger - Combined work rate and passing accuracy #BBCFootball

'A great opportunity'

Man City 2-1 Sevilla

Unai Emery, Sevilla coach: "We have to keep on brushing up aspects of our game, and we have to remember the things we did well. But this was a great opportunity. We tried to do a good job here and we were capable of doing it, but we lacked that little bit extra."

'Horses for courses'

Jurgen Klopp
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Liverpool are in action on Thursday, and Jurgen Klopp has compared the treatment of some young players to that of "horses" after midfielder Jordan Rossiter was injured on international duty.

The 18-year-old is injured after playing three European Championship under-19 qualifying games in six days.

He is out until mid-November and Klopp has demanded an explanation.

"These young players are our future," said the German. "If we handle them like horses, we get horses."

Rossiter, who made his Premier League debut as a substitute at Arsenal this season and has played in each of the side's Europa League games so far this season, has a hamstring injury.

He was one of three players in the England side to play the full 90 minutes against Macedonia on 8 October, Finland on 10 October and Italy on 13 October.

Aidy Boothroyd's England side won the first two games and drew with Italy to come top of the first group stage of qualification.

Klopp said he had "never heard of a player of this age" playing so many games in so few days.

"Rossiter is a special story," said Klopp. "I don't know who I have to talk to about this but I will find a way to talk with somebody about this because it is not OK."

Blind leading the...

CSKA 1-1 Man Utd

Daley Blind had more touches (47-40) and played more passes (36-27) than Wayne Rooney. Blind came on in the 63rd minute.

Daley Blind
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Alex Perry: English teams deserve praise this week. Winning home games and not losing away is the recipe for success in Europe.  

Colin Cox: I think Kevin de Bruyne has to be the world's most expensive bargain!   

'Got a contract till Friday'

BBC Radio 5 Live

New Leeds boss Steve Evans, speaking to BBC Radio 5 live:"I told the players tongue in cheek I had a contract until Friday and said they would leave before then if they did not give me passion. 

"This is a proud football club and with the tradition it has, the minimum the fans will want to see is passion.

"The away end tonight had probably 5,000 Leeds fans in full voice and they were in full voice because they were probably proud of the team."

The Rooney debate

CSKA 1-1 Man Utd

Wayne Rooney
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Rooney like Owen before him proof that young talent in England get over played when they're young and suffer for it towards the end of their career. Then get slated by fickle 'fans' with short memories.

Mark, Northampton

Rooney awful for the hundredth time in a row. But he will still be protected by everyone, even LVG will probably say he had a decent game, held the ball well and bla bla bla... Some people still see him as the great "hope" for England.

Kato in London

Can we please stop the battering of Rooney? Feeble commentary. Like criticising Cook for English cricket, irrelevant, both are at the top for a reason. Rooney will come good...BBC, disappointed by the mutant you have writing your commentary.

Mike, London (full address on request)

Send it in Mike, we can go for a nice lunch...

Football League round-up

Steve Evans kicked off his Leeds reign with a 1-1 draw at Fulham, Chris Wood's second-half penalty earning a point for the West Yorkshire side.

Brentford moved four points clear of the relegation zone with an impressive 2-0 win at Wolves, while Blackburn and Derby drew 0-0.

In League Two, Exeter edged Cambridge United 1-0.

'Very close game'

Man City 2-1 Sevilla

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini: "It was a very close game the two teams played very well and made no mistakes. We had character to the end and got the goal.

"We needed to make some changes, we were not arriving in the box and we had no strikers on the bench but it was the way to free Yaya Toure."

Manuel Pellegrini
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Episode I?

PSG 0-0 Real Madrid

PSG v Real Madrid like "Star Wars: the Phantom Menace". I looked forward to it for ages but was bored after an hour. #UCL

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Ronaldo
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On paper,PSGversusReal Madridwas a very tasty looking fixture, but it did not live up to expectations as the two sides, with all their attacking talent, played out a goalless draw.

The two sides are level on points in Group A with seven points.Malmopicked up their first points of the group stage as they beat Shakhtar Donetsk1-0.

In Group B, Manchester United's group,Wolfsburgeased to a 2-0 win overPSV. 

Atlettico Madrid moved level on six points with Group C leadersBenficaafter comfortably beatingFC Astana4-0. Benfica lost 2-1 to Galatasaray.

'We are an attacking team'

Man City 2-1 Sevilla

Manchester City forward Kevin de Bruyne: "Even though we did not have our best game we tried to look for the victory and in the end we could score. We have a team to attack and we will try to get the three points in Sevilla too."

Goalkeeper Joe Hart: "Sevilla have earned the right to be in this competition and they made it difficult for us. They would have been happy with a draw but Kevin has found a fine finish to win us the game. We are working hard as a team - we are attacking so we know we will leave it short at the back at times."

CSKA Moscow 1-1 Man Utd

Manchester United midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin: “Anthony Martial didn’t let his head go down, which can happen after the penalty and he scored a great goal. Then we pushed on and gave everything and couldn’t get the second goal which was a shame.”

Morgan Schneiderlin
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Firing blanks

PSG 0-0 Real Madrid

0 - @realmadriden have failed to score in a #UCL game group stage for the first time since November of 2008 (vs Juventus). Obstacle.

Man City 2-1 Sevilla

What a huge goal that was from Kevin de Bruyne. Manchester City's deficiencies were obvious for all to see tonight - down the flanks at the back - but up front they have plenty of ammunition still.

No Aguero? No Silva? No problem after all...

Man City 2-1 Sevilla

Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live sports extra at Etihad Stadium

"This is a brilliant result against a really good side. Manchester City got very, very lucky until about 60 minutes but after that I could see tiredness coming for Sevilla. Manuel Pellegrini made some changes, and they were very intelligent changes. They worked, Manchester City won and they are 100% in the driving seat for getting through now."

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Robin Smit: I wish people would just be honest, Arsenal were lucky last night as well as Man City tonight..  

Richard: Settling for a draw with 25 minutes to go shows an embarrassing lack of ambition from #MUFC. That's not how you win trophies.   

Joe Hart of Manchester City
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Group D

Man City 2-1 Sevilla

Juventus are top of the group but they could only draw with Borussia Monchengladbach. The Old Lady have seven points, City now have six after that late strike and Sevilla are on three.

Suddenly all looks well for Manuel Pellegrini's side. 

Group B

CSKA 1-1 Man Utd

Wolfsburg top Group B on six points from three games, Manchester United and CSKA both have four with PSV on three.

It's anyone's group.

Max Kruse
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FULL-TIME

Man City 2-1 Sevilla

That could turn out to be a massive win for Manchester City! Sevilla had a host of chances and could arguably have been three up at one stage - but Kevin de Bruyne found the finish and now look in a good position to qualify.

Kevin De Bruyne
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Noel Fitzpatrick: De Bruyne is a wonderfully intelligent footballer...just what Chelsea want!!  

Max Baggins-Craig: Oooooooh City are actually on the pitch after all, very good goal for Kevin de Bruyne, Chelsea were fools to let him go  

FULL-TIME

CSKA Moscow 1-1 Man Utd

Anthony Martial
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Man City 2-1 Sevilla

Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live sports extra at Etihad Stadium

"Manchester City have given everything they could. They have grown into the game more and more and if anyone was likely to score it was City. It came down to one missed tackle. After that, you could almost feel it coming. What a great time to score." 

GOAL - Man City 2-1 Sevilla

Kevin de Bruyne (90 mins)

What a winner that is! Manchester City have huffed, and puffed, but lacked quality up front. Kevin de Bruyne adds that quality with a cracking finish on the counter attack as Sevilla looked for a second of their own. Yaya Toure breaks away, finds De Bruyne on the right of the area, he works a yard of space and then cracks in left footed hard and low...

Kevin De Bruyne celebrates
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Elsewhere in Europe

Denys Dedechko completes a miserable evening in Madrid for FC Astana as he scores an own goal and Atletico Madrid lead 4-0.

Man City 1-1 Sevilla

Kevin de Bruyne puts over a peach of a cross right for Sergio Aguero - but he's out for a month with an injury! They have missed him hugely tonight.

Sevilla will feel that they should have won tonight. City have a huge game in Spain on their hands.

CSKA 1-1 Man Utd

Wayne Rooney could certainly have no complaints if he were to be dropped, I don't think. The BBC documentary did him no favours - if only for reminding you just how exciting a player he was in 2004...

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Taylor: Rooney has to be the worst performing player in Man Utd's side this season. As captain that is certainly not good enough.

Francis Edwards: Why does Rooney have to take all the free-kicks too? He's just really poor now and should have just gone off at half time!   

Man City 1-1 Sevilla

Very, very quiet again tonight at the Etihad. For a side with generally such passionate fans there does seem to be apathy toward the Champions League. Or is it something else?

Five minutes left in Manchester too.

Manuel Pellegrini
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CSKA 1-1 Man Utd

Good feet from Memphis Depay to whip in a cross, Anthony Martial knocks it back across goal but Marouane Fellaini is so slow to react and it's easily dealt with. 

Five minutes left. 

CSKA 1-1 Man Utd

Manchester United are eight minutes from full-time in Russia. Since the goal they have looked to be in control but there hasn't been much goalmouth action at either end. 

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CSKA Moscow 1-1 Man Utd

How rooney continues to start is beyond me. He has been consistently awful this season. Martial should be playing through the centre. Just because he is club captain doesnt mean he should be starting every game.

From Jon in Dartford

When I'm older and my son or daughter ask me about watching the 'great' Wayne Rooney when I was younger, I'll tell them about how awful he really was towards the end of his career and how statistics can be deceiving!

Adam in Edinburgh
Wayne Rooney
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Adrian Gildernew: If Man City get anything out of this game they should give Kevin Gamiero a huge kiss. His missed attempts keeping City in this.  

Man City 1-1 Sevilla

Yaya Toure is playing as the centre-forward for Manchester City in the final 10 minutes. It goes without saying that they are missing David Silva and Sergio Aguero but even so this has been another tepid display in the Champions League.

Yaya Toure
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SUBSTITUTION

CSKA 1-1 Man Utd

Manchester United send on Memphis Depay for Jesse Lingard - into the final 10...

Man City 1-1 Sevilla

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport

A strange atmosphere at Etihad Stadium, where this  game remains in the balance. The Manchester City fans are awfully quiet at times, even when their side are on the attack, and it takes a lapse - like Wilfried Bony's lack of anticipation of a Raheem Sterling's throughball just now - to get them making the most noise, in frustration.

Raheem Sterling
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SUBSTITUTION

Man City 1-1 Sevilla

This is an odd one - Wilfried Bony is off, and Fernando on. They have taken their only striker off.

Is this Raheem Sterling up front now? Or maybe Kevin de Bruyne, and Yaya Toure shifted into the hole. Just under 15 minuets remain,