UEFA Champions League 2013: Chelsea stunned, Arsenal and Napoli win

Martin Rose

It was another exciting day of action in the Champions League group stages as we got a big upset, a really upset head coach and more.

Today's Champions League group stages matches featured Jürgen Klopp's head nearly exploding, Chelsea stunned at Stamford Bridge, and Barcelona being Barcelona.

Just another day in Europe's biggest club competition. Here's a recap of all the action from Wednesday:

Group E

Chelsea 1-2 FC Basel

Goals in the final 20 minutes from Mohamed Salah and Marco Streller led Basel to a stunning defeat of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Full match report here

Schalke 04 3-0 Steaua Bucuresti

Steaua defended like mad and played well for 67 minutes before things fell apart and Schalke pulled away thanks to goals from Atsuto Uchida and Kevin-Prince Boateng. Julian Draxler wasn't to be denied either and joined in on the fun in the 85th minute adding a third goal for the Germans.

Group F

Marseille 1-2 Arsenal

Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey both scored second-half goals as the Gunners escaped France with three points.

Full match report here

Napoli 2-1 Borussia Dortmund

Napoli held off a late surge against a 10-man Dortmund side thanks to goals from Gonzalo Higuaín and Lorenzo Insigne.

Full match report here

Group H

Atletico Madrid 3-1 Zenit St Petersburg

Atletico Madrid looked a bit nervy after taking a lead thanks to a Miranda goal, but then allowing Zenit back in the match when Hulk equalized in the 58th. Los Colchoneros responded well though when Arda Turan took the lead back just six minutes later and Leo iced the result in the 80th minute.

Austria Vienna 0-1 FC Porto

Lucho González's 55th minute strike was all Porto needed to open their campaign with a road victory over Autria Vienna.

Group G

AC Milan 2-0 Celtic

Celtic did their best against a depleted AC Milan side and came within eight minutes of leaving San Siro with a point, but it wasn't to be. Milan's Christian Zapata scored in the 82nd minute and Sully Muntari quickly doubled the lead three minutes later as the Italians took three points from their group stage opener.

Full match report here

Barcelona 4-0 Ajax

Lionel Messi and Barcelona were barely troubled by Ajax in the first meeting between the two legendary clubs.

Full match report here

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