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The Night That Went On For Days

Champions League Win For Liverpool; Loss For Man City

Image: Liverpool vs Porto celebrations/Liverpool FC Twitter

Liverpool won 5-1 against Porto Manchester City lost 2-0 to PSG


Lionel Messi produced a vintage goal to open his Paris Saint-Germain account last night.

He scored the second in PSG's 2-0 Champions League win at home to Manchester City.

City boss Pep Guardiola says his players gave it a go:

Elsewhere in Group A, Club Brugge were 2-1 winners away to R-B Leipzig.

Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino both scored twice as Liverpool recorded their biggest away win in Europe in four years.

Jurgen Klopp's side were 5-1 winners away to Porto.

In last night's other Group B's other game, an injury time Luis Suarez penalty gave Atletico Madrid a 2-1 win away to AC Milan.

12 months after losing to Dundalk in the qualifying round of the Europa League, Sheriff produced the biggest shock of this year's Champions League.

The Moldovan champions went to the Bernabeu and beat Real Madrid 2-1.

After their defeat to Young Boys a fortnight ago, Manchester United are in dire need of a win tonight.

They play host to Villareal in a repeat of last season's Europa League final.

United are without the injured Harry Maguire and the suspended Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Kick-off at Old Trafford is at 8pm, while the other game in Group F has a 5.45pm start.

Young Boys will look to build on that United win when they go to Atalanta.

Chelsea are without N'Golo Kante for tonight's trip to Turin to face Juventus.

The France midfielder has been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Elsewhere in Group H, Zenit St. Petersburg play Malmo.


A late Sinead Taylor goal helped keep the pressure on Women's National League leaders Peamount last night.

Wexford Youths are now within a point of the summit following their 1-0 victory at D-L-R Waves.


Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao has retired from the sport to focus on his campaign to become president of the Philippines.

The 42-year-old former world champion is already a senator in the country.

His final fight ended in defeat to Cuba's Yordenis Ugas in Las Vegas last month.

Pacquiao won 12 world titles across 8 weight divisions during his career.


There's an eight-race card at Bellewstown this afternoon.

The first goes to post at 2.05pm.

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