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Wednesday, 23 October, 2002, 18:07 GMT 19:07 UK
Clockwatch: Champions League
Dynamo Kiev 2-0 Feyenoord
Olympiakos 2-3 Man Utd
AC Milan 2-1 Bayern Munich
Lens 3-1 D Coruna
Barcelona 1-0 Lokomotiv Moscow
Club Brugge 3-1 Galatasaray
2137: Manchester United become the first club to qualify for the second group stage of the Champions League after beating Olympiakos.
2135: Newcastle's win over Juventus means Bobby Robson's still have a chance of qualifying for the last 16.
2134: Bengt Saeternes wraps up the win for Club Brugge with a third goal against Galatasaray.
2128: Olivier Thomert further extends Lens lead over Deportivo La Coruna. Lens 3-1 Deportivo La Coruna
2127:Poor goalkeeping from Dimitris Eleftheropoulos sees Paul Scholes shot slip through his hands and into the net.
2125: Marcelo Zalayeta rattles the Newcastle crossbar, while in Athens Paul Scholes' shot skews off the post.
2123: Recently called up into the French national squad Daniel Moreira has further cause for celebration as he gives Lens the lead over Deportivo La Coruna.
2118: Frank de Boer breaks the deadlock in the Nou Camp to give Barcelona the lead against Lokomotiv Moscow.
2117: More poor defending from Manchester United allows Predrag Djordjevic to get to the edge of the area and then place his shot low past Fabien Barthez.
2116: Belgian international Gert Verheyen restores Club Brugge's lead with a deft chip.
2115: Lambros Choutos dribbles his way through the Manchester United to pull a goal back for Olympiakos.
2112: A goal from Juan Silveira dos Santos puts Bayer Leverkusen back in the lead against Maccabi Haifa.
2110: Filippo Inzaghi restores AC Milan's lead over Bayern Munich.
2108: Adama Coulibaly revives Lens' hopes as the defender scores with a deflected shot.
2107: For a third time Gianluigi Buffon pulls off an astonishing save as he tips Nolberto Solano's curling shot round the post.
2103: At last Newcastle score and this time Gianluigi Buffon fumbles Andy Griffin's cross to deflect the ball into the net.
2102: Sebastian Veron tightens Manchester United's grip on group F as his shot extends their lead in Athens.
2102: Another superb stop from Gianluigi Buffon as the Italian goalkeeper gets down quickly to save Alan Shearer's free-kick.
2101: Fabio Pinto equalises for Galatasaray against Club Brugge.
2058: Nenad Pralija levels for Maccabi Haifa in Leverkusen.
2056: Gianluigi Buffon makes a world-class save to deny Nolberto Solano.
2049: Valentin Belkevich further extends Dynamo Kiev's lead over Feyenoord.
2047: Juventus restart the game in Newcastle.
2033: Manchester United go in at the interval still leading by Laurent Blanc's goal.
2032: On the stroke of half time Sandy Martens scores after good work by Peter Van der Heyden.
2032: The half-time whistle goes at St James' Park.
2031: A Marko Babic header breaks the deadlock between Bayer Leverkusen and Maccabi Haifa.
2011: Michael Tarnat's shot pulls Bayern Munich level in Milan.
2007: An unmarked Laurent Blanc heads home from a Ryan Giggs corner.
2006: Alexandr Khatskevich puts Dynamo Kiev ahead against Feyenoord.
2002: The prolific Roy Makaay fires Deportivo La Coruan into the lead with a superb finish.
1957: Serginho gives AC Milan the lead after being played in by Clarence Seedorf to leave Bayern Munich's Champions League hopes hanging by a thread.
1946: Manchester start their game against Olympiakos.
1945 BST: Newcastle kick off against Juventus.
Team news: Sir Alex Ferguson has left Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the bench, opting to deploy Diego Forlan in attack.
The Norwegian is suffering from a slight ankle injury.
Forlan has scored just once - from the penalty spot - in 33 club appearances for Manchester United since his £7m switch from Independiente.
Man Utd: Barthez, Gary Neville, Blanc, O'Shea, Silvestre, Beckham, Phil Neville, Veron, Giggs, Scholes, Forlan.
Newcastle manager Bobby Robson has handed Newcastle goalkeeper Steve Harper his first start in 11 months in place of Shay Given.
Titus Bramble and Lomana LuaLua replaced suspended duo Nikos Dabizas and Craig Bellamy.
Newcastle: Harper, Griffin, O'Brien, Bramble, Hughes, Solano, Jenas, Speed, Robert, LuaLua, Shearer.
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