FC Barcelona, to be without the services of star striker Lionel Messi her for a period of seven to eight weeks, was given a scare Tuesday before to overcome the Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 in the Champions League UEFA.
Late goals from Sergi Roberto reservist and Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez allowed the Catalans to snatch victory at the German training in Kyriakos Papadopoulos E. group had a little surprised everyone at the Nou Camp by opening the mark a precise head to Bayer in the 22nd minute.
Roberto Suarez, however, fought back and at the 80th and 82nd minutes to avoid the worst for Barca.
Saturday, Messi tore a ligament in his left knee during the match between the champions of the Spanish League and Las Palmas. The Argentine will miss the next match of FC Barcelona in the Champions League against BATE Borisov, which will be presented on 20 October.
In Munich, Bayern did not experience much trouble to get the win. Robert Lewandowski scored a hat trick and the Bavarian training thrashed Dinamo Zagreb 5-0.
Douglas Costa and Mario Götze has also scored in the first half, while Bayern was building a 4-0 lead after just 28 minutes of play.
Lewandowski, who scored 10 goals in his last three games, allowed Bayern to record a second straight win in the competition. The Munich are in the driving seat at the top of Group F.
The formation of the coach Pep Guardiola took control of the match from the initial start the game and opened the scoring in the 13th minute through Costa.
Dinamo, who stunned Arsenal in its last group match was under pressure, and it is accented with Lewandowski netting on 21 minutes. GÃ¶tze scored in the 25th, before Lewandowski does bears the mark to 4-0 and that recurrence in the 55th.
Elsewhere, Chelsea’s woes continued when the London training was lost 2-1 to FC Porto. The club led by José Mourinho is currently 14th in the English Premier League after a poor start to the season.
Chelsea is not the only English club to end up in trouble. An error from goalkeeper David Ospina allowed Olympiacos to overturn Arsenal 3-2. This defeat means that the Gunners could be eliminated from the phase of the Champions League groups for the first time in 16 years.
Unlike Chelsea and Arsenal, Valencia has shown more resilience and found the path to victory. Midfielder Sofiane Feghouli made the difference in a 1-0 win against Lyon Spaniards. Valencia showed great dynamism in the first half before the attacks of choking Lyonnais second portion match at Garland and turning the page on its home defeat against Zenit St Petersburg in his first game in Group H .
For its part, the Zenit continued its momentum after Oleg Shatov had quietly propelled the Russian club to a 2-1 win against the Belgian team of Ghent. This triumph allows Zenit to climb top of Group H with two wins in as many games in the group stage.
In Borisov, Belarus, the central defender Filip Mladenovic contributed two goals and allowed BATE surprise AS Roma 3-2.
Finally, Dynamo Kiev scored early in each half to defeat Maccabi Tel Aviv 2-0 at the stadium Sammy Ofer, moving up at the same time in second place in Group G.