UEFA Champions League scores, highlights: Ronaldo bests Messi, United ousted, PSG-Basaksahir suspended
Stay up to date with all the action on Tuesday as the Champions League group stage concludes
The first half of UEFA Champions League Matchday 6 came to a close on Tuesday with eight matches. There were 22 goals scored today throughout the matches including some thrilling final moments out of Group F play with Dortmund winning the group, and Lazio holding on to a draw to advance.
RB Leipzig got off to a hot start against Manchester United for the win and a spot in the knockout rounds. While we still await the official status of PSG vs. Istanbul Basaksehir, which is currently in suspension due to a player walk out over a racist incident between the 4th official and Istanbul's assistant coach. We will be with you on continued updates of the ongoing situation. All of the matches are available live and on demand on CBS All Access.
If keeping track of every match at the same time is your cup of tea, make sure you tune into "The Golazo Show," CBS Sports' live whip-around show on group stage matchdays hosted by Nico Cantor. Coverage begins at 2:30 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network and CBS All Access.
Champions League schedule, scores and updates
(All times U.S./Eastern)
- FINAL: Lazio 2, Club Brugge 2
- FINAL: Zenit St. Petersburg 1, Borussia Dortmund 2
- FINAL: Rennes 1, Sevilla 3
- FINAL: Chelsea 1, Krasnodar 1
- FINAL: Dynamo Kiev 1, Ferencvaros 0
- SUSPENDED: Paris St. Germain vs. Istanbul Basaksehir
- FINAL: Barcelona 0, Juventus 3
- FINAL: RB Leipzig 3, Manchester United 2
Axel Witsel scores against his former team: An inspiring performance from Dortmund as they won despite missing lethal scorer Erling Haaland. The team went down a goal against Zenit, but Witsel was able to get the game winner against his former club.
Angeliño scores early for RB Leipzig: Group H standings came down to matchday six and Angelino scored in the 2nd minute to put RB Leipzig ahead.
Weston McKennie's volley for Juventus: The American midfielder was tasked with the start against Barcelona today and timed this excellent volley in front of goal to give Juventus a 2-0 lead.
Cristiano Ronaldo converts two penalties for Juventus: Lots was made about the meeting between Messi and Ronaldo, and it was the Portuguese international on the score sheet as he converted two penalties for Juventus.
Let's rate some of the notable performances on the day, with one being the worst and 10 being perfection:
Ciro Immobile, Lazio: The long time Lazio star converted a penalty kick to open the scoring for Lazio and kept Brugge's backline stretched in his 75 minutes on the pitch. RATING: 8
Youssef En-Nesyri, Sevilla: The Moroccan footballer had another big match for Sevilla as he scored two goals in their final matchday, as the Spanish side cruised to the knockout rounds. RATING: 8
Denys Popov, Dynamo Kyiv: The Ukranian defender had his hands full ensuring the backline sustained the attack from the opposition. He came up big for his club as he was able to connect on a free kick service and score the game winning header. RATING: 7
PSG and Istanbul Baseksehir: There is now an ongoing investigation regarding an alleged racist incident involving the 4th official and Istanbul's assistant coach Pierre Webo. The game was suspended and will be restarted Wednesday. For more details see our ongoing coverage of the situation.
A look ahead
Champions League will return on Wednesday with the continuation of Matchday 6. All eyes on Group B and Group H as which teams advance will come down to the final matchday for several big names like Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan as the action continues.