Real Madrid turned from two goals behind without a response to their German host Monchengladbach to a 2-2 draw within just 3 minutes of the match that brought them together at the latter's stadium.


Gladbach led a double through Frenchman Marcus Thuram in the 33rd and 58th minutes, but he failed to maintain his lead, as Real succeeded in preventing him from winning in a fatal time.


Real Madrid star Casemiro managed to pass a ball with his head to French striker Karim Benzema, who met it with a direct shot into the net in the 87th minute.


In the third minute of the calculated time, instead of lost, Sergio Ramos passed a ball with his head in the same way, which reached Casemiro, who deposited the net, to steal a fatal tie for the guests.


Despite the tie, Real remained at the bottom of Group Two with one point, while Gladbach shared the title with Inter with two points.


In the third minute of the calculated time, instead of lost, Sergio Ramos passed a ball with his head in the same way, which reached Casemiro, who deposited the net, to steal a fatal tie for the guests.


Despite the tie, Real remained at the bottom of Group Two with one point, while Gladbach shared the title with Inter with two points.


In Group A, Atletico Madrid won an impressive 3-2 victory over Austrian Red Bull Salzburg.


Atletico Madrid took the lead with a goal by Marcos Liorente in the 29th minute, but Dominic Zobosalai equalized the score for the visitors 5 minutes before the end of the first half.


Just two minutes after the start of the second half, Berisha scored the visitors' lead, before Joao Felix equalized five minutes later.


5 minutes before the end of normal time, Felix signed his second goal and the third for the other half of Madrid, as Diego Simeone's men won the match points.


With this, Atletico scored the first 3 points, to rise to the rankings, while Salzburg remained at the bottom of the standings by one-point, trailing Lokomotiv on goal difference.


Manchester City and Liverpool of England continued their continental victories with their second successive win in the Champions’ League group stage.


Manchester City succeeded in toppling its French host Marseille, on Tuesday, at its stadium with 3 goals without a response, to collect 3 new points after winning the first round at home to Porto, 3-1.


The first goal came through Spaniard Ferran Torres in the 18th minute, before he made the second goal for his German colleague Ilkay Gundogan 14 minutes before the end of normal time.


After about 5 minutes, England's Raheem Sterling boosted the Citizens' lead with a third goal from Belgian Kevin De Bruyne.


This victory strengthened the presence of Man City at the top of Group C with 6 points, while Marseille trailed the standings without points.


In the framework of the fourth-round competitions, Liverpool were able to beat their Danish guest Midtjylland 2-0.


The men of the German coach Juergen Klopp advanced with the first goal through Portuguese Diogo Jota in the 55th minute, before the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah added a second goal from a penalty kick in the last moments of the match.