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Lyon’s European opponents’ results

Published on the 13 November 2006 à 11:00 by BV

While Dynamo Kiev were pegged back in stoppage time, both Real Madrid and Steaua Bucharest recorded impressive wins, 4-0 and 6-0 respectively…

[IMG41157#L]On Saturday, away to Karpaty, Dynamo Kiev dropped two points after being held 1-1. Anatoli Demianenko’s still hold a four-point lead at the top of the standings ever Shaktar Donetsk.
After opening the scoring on the half-hour through Shatskikh, Dynamo conceded a stoppage time equaliser. Despite the draw, they remain atop the domestic standings with 36 points from 14 games (11 wins and three draws).
Dynamo: Shovkovsky, Markovic, Rodolfo, EL Kaddouri, Nesmachniy, Mikhalik, Yussuf, Gussev, Rebrov, Shatskikh.

[IMG41155#L]While Ronaldo could be out of action until the New Year with a twisted knee, Ruud Van Nistelrooy replaced the Brazilian with aplomb at the front of the Real Madrid attack, scoring… four goals!
The Dutchman now tops the Liga goalscoring charts with eight goals.
Away to Osasuna, Fabio Capello’s side had no troubles, running out 4-1 winners and climbing back to third place, three points behind leaders Barcelona.
Real Madrid: Casillas, Roberto Carlos, Cannavaro, Helguera, Sergio Ramos, Emerson, Guti (Beckham 83’), Diarra, Van Nistelrooy, Raul, Robinho (Reyes 65’).

[IMG41156#L] ‘Game, set, match’ read Sunday morning’s heading on the Steaua Bucharest website. Cosmin Olaroiu certainly did give a tennis match air to this match, defeating FC National 6-0!
Thanks to goals from Cristocea, Stancu, Radoï and a hat-trick to Frenchman Théréau, Steaua continued to hold down second place in the standings, 11 points behind the league leaders Dinamo Bucharest.
Steaua Bucarest: Cernea, St.Stancu, Ghionea, Goian (V. Badea 66’), G. Coman, Oprita, Paraschiv (Radoi 82’), Ov. Petre, Cristocea (Ochirosii 63’), Dica, Thereau.