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Liverpool and Manchester City have also scored six out of a possible six points in Europe this season, after Bayern needed a late strike from Joshua Kimmich to secure a 2-1 victory at Lokomotiv Moscow in the group A

Leon Goretzka put the Germans in the lead from the start in front of a limited crowd in the Russian capital, but Anton Miranchuk managed an equalizer for Lokomotiv in the second half – Miranchuk’s twin brother Aleksei scored for Atalanta in Champions League last week

But Bayern should not be denied a record-breaking 13th consecutive victory in the competition as Kimmich controlled a pass from Javi Martinez and stole home low from outside the box 11 minutes from time

In the same group, Atletico Madrid came from behind to beat Salzburg 3-2, with Joao Felix catching their late winner

The Portuguese starlet hit the bar with a superb kick before Marcos Llorente put Atletico in the lead in the Spanish capital

Dominik Szoboszlai equalized before the half-time, then an own goal from Felipe put Salzburg in the lead just after half-time

However, Joao Felix equalized in the 52nd minute and then won it with five minutes to go

In Germany, Real were heading for yet another Group B loss, six days after losing 3-2 at home to Shakhtar Donetsk, as Marcus Thuram scored twice for Gladbach, on either side of the mid- time

But Casemiro forced Karim Benzema to cut the deficit in the 87th minute and the Brazilian midfielder then scored in added time to save a point for Zinedine Zidane’s side

« If we keep playing like this we will do great things and we will win games for sure, » Zidane said

Shakhtar lead Inter Milan and Gladbach two-point section after 0-0 draw against Italians in Kiev

Pep Guardiola’s town notched a second consecutive Group C victory with Kevin De Bruyne setting Ferran Torres ready for the opener against Marseille after the hosts carelessly ceded possession

Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling added late goals to bring the score to 3-0, leaving Marseille scoreless

Guardiola was convinced that City could build on their victory after an indifferent start to the Premier League season which saw them criticize

« Some of the criticism was right, but you have to take it It’s part of our job, » Guardiola told BT Sport

« It’s about where we came from last month, with a lack of preparation, injuries and Covid-19, but the Champions League is in a good position now »

In the same group, Porto beat Olympiakos 2-0 in Portugal with Fabio Vieira and Sergio Oliveira on target

Meanwhile, Liverpool built on their 1-0 win at Ajax last week, beating Danish champions Midtjylland 2-0 in a low-key closed-door game at Anfield in Group D

Diogo Jota finished off a nice shot to put Jurgen Klopp’s side ahead at the start of the second half, before Mohamed Salah secured points with a late penalty

Klopp rested Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino from his starting lineup, but his defensive concerns worsened as Fabinho left with an apparent hamstring injury

« It’s a bit like a marriage, there are good times and bad times. It’s not a bad time, but it’s a delicate time »

He added: « It was a tough game to play But to win 2-0 is absolutely fine, so that’s it – let’s continue »

Liverpool now have a double header against Atalanta, who came back from 2-0 to draw 2-2 at home against Ajax

A penalty from Dusan Tadic put the visitors in the lead in the half hour and Lassina Traoré made two, only for Duvan Zapata to save Atalanta with two goals in the span of seven minutes in the second half

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