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The two goals of Erling Haland in the 5-0 thrashing of Manchester City against Copenhagen; the both of Leo Messi in the draw of PSG 1-1 against Benfica in Lisbon and the 3-0 victory of Chelsea over AC Milan in London, stood out this Wednesday on the third day of the group stage of the UEFA champions league.

the norwegian striker scored another two goals to put the team on track to win Pep Guardiolawhich leads the Group G with 9 pointsthree more than Borussia Dortmund who also thrashed at home 1-4 at Sevilleat the Sánchez Pizjuán and caused the cessation of Julen Lopetegui on the local bench.

Haland continues to make history in its first season with Manchester City and add now 28 goals in the 'Champions'with which he surpassed other famous strikers such asor Rivaldo and Luis Suarez.

While, Leo Messi scored the only goal of the PSG in the 22nd minute on his visit to Lisbonwhere he led the French team that deserved victory but was thwarted by an own goal from Daniel shortly before breakeither. The Argentine star has scored against 40 different teams in the top continental competition.

After this draw, PSG and Benfica co-lead Group H, with 7 points, 4 more than the Juventuswhich won 3-1 at Maccabee Haifa with three assists from Angel di Maria a Rabiot, author of a doublet, and Vlahović. With this victory, the Italian team breaks its worst losing streak, with three, in the tournament and aspires to advance to the next phase.

Apart from the narrow victory of the Real Madrid against Shakhtarthe Leipzig defeated 3-1 Celtic in Germany after overcoming an early knee injury to his goalkeeper Gulacsi and with so many nkunku and two of Andre Silva. The Whites are leaders, with 9 points, five more than the Ukrainian team and 6 more than the German team. Celtic is bottom, with one.

Finally, salzburg is the surprising leader in the Group E after winning by the minimum 1-0 to Dynamo Zagreb with a goal from Okaforwith 5 points. Chelsea is secondwith 4, after crushing 3-0 at AC Milan with the goals of Fofana, Pierre Aubameyang and Reece James.

(With information from Europe Press)

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