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Champions League 2015 schedule and scores, Week 2

The Champions League returns for its second matchday.

The Champions League's second matchday kicks off on Tuesday, and there are plenty of games that shouldn't be missed. Among the first of them are Barcelona's clash against Bayer Leverkusen, with the Catalans having made a slightly shaky start to the new season. After their shock defeat to Dinamo Zagreb last time out, Arsenal's second fixture is at home against Europe's eternal banana skin, Olympiacos.

Elsewhere on Tuesday, Bayern Munich should make pretty light work of the aforementioned Zagreb, while Porto will look to upset Chelsea boss José Mourinho on his return to the Dragão. Also unpredictable is Lyon's fixture at home to Valencia, with both clubs looking to prove they have what it takes to make a run into the latter stages of this competition.

On Wednesday, PSG and Real Madrid have what should be fairly routine fixtures, while Manchester United will look to make up for their defeat to PSV Eindhoven with a win at home to Wolfsburg. Benfica could pose a few problems for 2014 runners-up Atlético Madrid, while it's anyone's guess what will happen in Group D, where Manchester City take on Gladbach and Juve host Sevilla.

Schedule

All games 2:45 p.m. ET, unless otherwise noted.

Tuesday, Sept. 29

Group E

Barcelona 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen -- Recap

BATE 3-2 AS Roma -- Recap

Group F

Bayern Munich 5-0 Dinamo Zagreb -- Recap

Arsenal 2-3 Olympiacos -- Recap

Group G

Maccabi Tel Aviv 0-2 Dynamo Kyiv

FC Porto 2-1 Chelsea -- Recap

Group H

Lyon 0-1 Valencia

Zenit St. Petersburg 2-1 Gent

Wednesday, Sept. 30

Group A

Shakhtar Donetsk 0-3 PSG

Malmö FF 0-2 Real Madrid - Recap

Group B

Manchester United 2-1 Wolfsburg

CSKA Moscow 3-1 PSV Eindhoven

Group C

Astana 2-2 Galatasaray

Atlético Madrid 1-2 Benfica

Group D

Borussia Mönchengladbach 1-2 Manchester City

Juventus 2-0 Sevilla

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