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Champions League: Manchester City held by AS Roma

Champions League: Manchester City held by AS Roma
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Two weeks after losing to Bayern Munich, Manchester City were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw by AS Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Manuel Pellegrini’s men opened the scoring thanks to an early Sergio Aguero penalty before Francesco Totti equalised in the 23rd minute to leave their qualification in doubt, as this loss sees them stay in third place, 5 points behind current leaders Bayern Munich.

Elsewhere, Paris Saint Germain produced a stunning performance to down Barcelona at the Parc des Princes.

David Luiz, Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi each struck to hand the French Champions an outstanding 3-2 win on home soil.

Laurent’s Blanc’s men are now top of group F with 4 points, giving them a major boost ahead of their next game against APOEL.

In group G, Chelsea earned all three points against Sporting courtesy of a first half header from Serbian international Nemanja Matić while Jackson Martinez scored a brace of goals in the dying moments of Porto’s group H clash against Shaktar Donetsk to earn his side a valuable point.