Match day 4 of this year's Champions League kicks off on Tuesday, as groups A to D get more clarity on who could make it to the next round, and who won't.
All times are in CET
22:38 It's full time at all of tonight's matches.
22:35 Steven Gerrard takes the spot kick and... scores!! What an escape for Liverpool!
22:34 Penalty in Liverpool! There's a chance for Liverpool to level the score against Atlético.
22:31 Chelsea's chances of getting back into this game were pretty much reduced to zero when Deco conceded a second yellow card a few minutes ago.
22:25 Basel might just get a point from their game at Barcelona, as Derdiyok scores for 1-1!
22:25 Panathinaikos are on fire and add a third against Werder Bremen! The goal came from Tziolis.
22:24 Inter equalise through Cruz in the 80th minute! A very entertaining game in Famagusta.
22:18 Chelsea haven't given up yet at Roma, and John Terry got one back for the Blues, 3-1.
22:17 We now have goals in all games as Derlei put Sporting in the lead against Shakhtar!
21:13 And there's number three to Marseille! Niang adds his second against PSV, who seem unable to do anything about their situation.
22:12 Panathinaikos score another at Werder Bremen! This time it is Karagounis to beat the German defense and keeper.
22:07 Marseille are close to earning three points as the French just added a second against PSV! Niang is the goal scorer.
22:05 Only the match between Sporting Lisbon and Shakhtar Donetsk remains goalless up til now.
22:04 Barcelona are ahead against FC Basel! The Catalans probably won't net five like they did two weeks ago, but Messi at least broke the deadlock.
22:00 More trouble for Chelsea and more celebrations for Roma! Vucinic adds his second and Roma's third to give his side an almost certain victory.
22:00 We have our first goal in Germany, where Panathinaikos now lead at Werder Bremen! The goal came from Mantzios.
21:53 Is there another miracle in the making on Cyprus?? Frousos just put Anorthosis in a 3-2 lead over Inter!
21:51 Roma strike again! The Italians now lead 2-0 against Chelsea thanks to a goal from Vucinic in the 48th minute.
21:46 The matches are back underway.
21:33 It is half time at all of tonight's matches.
21:33 Inter's lead again didn't last long as Panagi just equalised for Anorthosis, right before the half time whistle!
21:30 Internazionale go back ahead on Cyprus! The goal came from defender Marco Materazzi.
21:24 Wendel scores in the 38th minute to restore Bordeaux' lead at Cluj!
21:22 And more bad news for English teams as Maxi Rodríguez puts Atlético de Madrid ahead at Liverpool!
21:21 Goal in Italy where Roma take the lead against Europe's vice-champions Chelsea! The goal came from Panucci.
21:19 And there's the equaliser on Cyprus! Bardon levels the score for Anorthosis against Inter Milan.
21:15 Olympique de Marseille score against PSV Eindhoven! It was Koné to break the deadlock on the half hour mark.
21:07 With three goals in almost 25 minutes, tonight's sixteen teams haven't exactly been on a scoring spree. You never know what could happen in the remainder of today's action though.
20:58 Internazionale have taken the lead at Anorthosis! Balotelli scored for the Nerazzurri on thirteen minutes.
20:55 Cluj didn't need long to recover and equalised! The goal cale from Dani in the ninth minute.
20:52 And there is the opening goal! Yoann Gourcuff puts Bordeaux in the lead at Cluj.
20:51 No goals yet, but it's a matter of time until someone scores in one of tonight's eight games.
20:45 The matches are underway!
20:24 Welcome to tonight's live coverage of the Champions League. We are about twenty minutes away from kick-off, which takes place in all eight venues as scheduled. This wasn't certain until an hour ago, when officials finally gave the go-ahead for the match between Marseille and PSV. The match could have been postponed due to heavy rain, but that was fortunately not necessary.
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