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Champions League photos

Ariel Ibagaza, Villarreal; Andreas Hinkel, Celtic

Celtic 2-0 Villarreal: Although already out of the competition, Gordon Strachan's side look to salvage some pride against Villarreal

Shaun Maloney, Celtic

Celtic take the lead through a rare Shaun Maloney headed goal, beautifully picked out by Mark Wilson's cross to the far post

Guille Franco, Villareal, sent off

The Yellow Submarine's night gets worse as Guille Franco is sent off before half-time for an elbow on Gary Caldwell

Aiden McGeady, Celtic

Making the most of the extra man, Aiden McGeady runs free from the halfway line and scores from the edge of the box with a low drive

Emmanuel Eboue, Arsenal; Cristian Rodriguez, FC Porto

FC Porto 2-0 Arsenal: Despite the weekend's heavy criticism, Emmanuel Eboue starts for Arsene Wenger's already-qualified side

Bruno Alves scores for FC Porto

Porto have the better of the first half, and deservedly go ahead through Bruno Alves, after Abou Diaby's mistake at a corner

Nicklas Bendtner, Arsenal

Although the Gunners get forward often enough Nicklas Bendtner looks isolated up front on several occassions

Lisandro Lopez, FC Porto

Arsene Wenger's side are toothless, can't keep possession, and are punished by Lisandro Lopez's smart run and finish in the second half

Cristiano Ronaldo

Man Utd 2-2 Aalborg: Although injured, Cristiano Ronaldo collects the 2008 Ballon d'Or before kick-off

Carlos Tevez, Manchester United

Carlos Tevez, fighting for more first-team appearances, starts and scores after three minutes, played in by Ryan Giggs

Aab Aalborg celebrate

Aalborg equalise through Michael Jakobsen with the Red Devils' defence sleeping at a free-kick, stunning Old Trafford in to silence

Aab Aalborg celebrate

And the home crowd are rocked once more as Anders Due's floated cross is headed home with precision by Jeppe Curth (right)

Wayne Rooney, Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson makes two changes at the break and his team respond with Wayne Rooney's well-taken equaliser on 54 minutes



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