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UEFA Champions League matchday six brings down the curtain on another thrilling group stage — who will complete the last line-up? Monaco are hoping to end a long winless run as they bow out against Dortmund, the last side they beat in Europe.
Watch the best of the action from Group A as the hosts earned a point which was enough to see them through. UEFA Champions League matchday five promises more high-stakes drama across the continent — who will steal the show?
On 22 November , Dortmund and Legia Warszawa shared 12 goals in a group stage match; can you remember the final score? Borussia Dortmund missed the chance to confirm progress on matchday four, and now face a buoyant Club Brugge.
Who is likely to start, who might be left out and who is unavailable on Wednesday? Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus discusses what makes playing at his childhood club so special.
The likes of Monaco, Tottenham and Valencia may be winless but other teams have recovered from worse to go through.
Watch some of the best strikes over the past six seasons on matchday four, featuring superb efforts from Gareth Bale, Marco Reus and Stephan El Shaarawy.
Manchester City scored six and both Inter and Dortmund shone again, while Madrid ended their barren spell. The picture is becoming clearer for the 32 sides heading into the second half of the group stage.
What headlines will matchday four bring? Manchester City went top and Inter impressed on Monday after a weekend where Barcelona starred.
Watch all the goals as Dortmund claimed an impressive third win in Group A. Show more Show less. Coach Coach Lucien Favre. Stade Louis II Monaco.
Ball Team info Club profile Read more. Qualifying Tournament phase Played 6. Now Gundogan leaves to an ovation from the crowd as Clichy comes on.
Another well struck shot from close range, this one by Navas, but Sommer stands tall once more and turns it away.
The match seems to have stagnated here. Another shot by De Bruyne but Sommer makes the save comfortably. Another Man City shot blocked. The official attendance figure seems like honest accounting: Aguero nearly makes it a hat trick but his effort off a Sterling cut-back is turned away by Sommer, who has had a series of massive saves today.
City in clear control here as the teams head to the locker rooms. Sterling, with the ball on the edge of the area, somehow escapes two oncoming defenders and plays back to Aguero, whose shot sails over the crossbar.
One minute of stoppage time forthcoming. City on the attack again. A cracker of a shot by Stindl and Claudio Bravo makes a hair-trigger save!
A corner for Gladbach. Might this be the opportunity they need to get back into the match? A tactical substitution here as Julian Korb comes on for Christoph Kramer as Gladbach switches to a back four.
No rest for the weary. Another attempt on goal by Gundogan, a speculative attempt that misses the mark. Why not at this point? Aguero sends the keeper the wrong direction, slots it home and has a brace inside a half hour to lift City to a 2-nil advantage.
Kramer trips up Gundogan just inside the area and the referee points to the spot! The young German is shown yellow and Aguero will take the penalty.
Gladbach win their first corner and Raffael takes it. Two quick corners for City, both taken by De Bruyne and both coming to nothing.
Lots of comments on the fans disguised as empty seats today. Man City-Monchengladbach game, originally scheduled for yesterday.
Gladbach have yet to find their footing here and have hardly been able to keep City at bay, let alone create any attempts of their own.
Another corner for City.