Thomas Mueller has fired Bayern Munich to a 1-0 win away over CSKA Moscow in an empty stadium in the Champions League. Mueller put Bayern ahead from the penalty spot in the 22nd minute, after Mario Goetze was fouled by CSKA's Mario Fernandes as he ... Stuff.co.nz, 22 hours ago
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CSKA Moscow's goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev (L) takes the ball as Bayern Munich's Thomas Mueller fails to score during their Champions League football match at the Arena Khimki outside Moscow, September 30, 2014. Bayern Munich carved out a1-0 win ...Moscow Times, 1 day ago CL: Muller penalty enough to see Bayern home against CSKA Mid Day, 1 day ago CSKA Moscow 0-1 Bayern Munich Perspicacious.co.uk, 1 day ago Mueller's penalty brings Bayern victory in Moscow Yahoo! Singapore, 1 day ago
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PARIS Saint-Germain overcame the absence of their injured talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic to beat Barcelona 3-2 in a thrilling Champions League Group F encounter at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday. The Catalans, who had not even conceded a goal all ...My Zoo, 1 day ago
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Moscow: Spartak Moscow`s perfect start to the new Russian Premier League season was brought to an end on Thursday in comprehensive fashion in a 4-0 defeat to Krasnodar. Former Sporting Lisbon and Porto midfielder Marat Izmailov set Krasnodar on ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Spartak stumble in Krasnodar MSN New Zealand, 1 month ago
Zenit St. Petersburg and CSKA Moscow maintained their 100 per cent starts to the Premier League season as both claimed wins against Ural and Terek Gro...
Zenit St. Petersburg and CSKA Moscow maintained their 100 per cent starts to the Russian Premier League season as both claimed wins on Wednesday night. The defending champions claimed a 1-0 win over Terek Grozny thanks to Zoran Tosic's ...FIFA.com, 1 month ago Zenit stretch perfect start to season Yahoo Philippines News, 1 month ago Zenit St Petersburg stretch perfect start to season ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
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The Russian and Ukrainian Premier Leagues have often remained a largely untapped resource for English clubs over the years. But both countries are bursting with youthful talent and established stars and with a little over ...FTBpro, 1 month ago
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