Video Highlights: UCL 2010/11 Group Stage

Arsenal maintained their 100% record in Group H with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over Partizan Belgrade in Serbia, with their much-criticised goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski saving a late penalty.



Meanwhile, an injury-ravaged Chelsea side seized control of Group F by strolling past Marseille 2-0 at Stamford Bridge. Despite the absence of Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard, Carlo Ancelotti's men breezed past the French champions with goals from John Terry and Nicolas Anelka.



Angel Di Maria hit a late winner for Real Madrid at Auxerre as the Spanish giants jumped to the top of Group G. Their summer signing from Benfica came to their rescue in France, firing in well after fellow recent recruit Mesut Ozil found him with a cross to make the breakthrough after 81 minutes and clinch a 1-0 victory.



AC Milan, who beat Auxerre in their opening match, were held 1-1 in Holland by Ajax. Mounir El Hamdaoui put Ajax ahead after 23 minutes after smart work from Luis Suarez, but former Ajax hero Zlatan Ibrahimovic found a leveller for Milan 14 minutes later.



Roma recovered from their opening defeat to Bayern Munich in Group E by beating CFR Cluj 2-1. Philippe Mexes firing in a crisp shot for the opener after 69 minutes and Marco Borriello striking a superb volleyed second two minutes later. Cluj replied seven minutes later when Ionut Rada headed in, but they could not find an equaliser.



Bayern Munich came from behind to win 2-1 at Basle, who led from the 17th minute thanks to Alexander Frei's elegant curling strike. Bayern levelled with a penalty from Bastian Schweinsteiger in the 56th minute and he struck again with a minute remaining to pinch the points.



Brazilian striker Ari struck twice as Spartak Moscow stepped up their push for a place in the knock-out stages against a Zilina side who were overrun 3-0. Former AZ Alkmaar frontman Ari was the player who made the difference between the teams.



A double from Luiz Adriano saw Shakhtar Donetsk beat Braga 3-0 away from home, with a Douglas Costa penalty finishing things off for the former UEFA Cup winners.

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