Champions League standings, scores, schedule, live stream, TV listings: Chelsea, Ajax battling in Group H – CBS Sports

Champions League standings, scores, schedule, live stream, TV listings: Chelsea, Ajax battling in Group H - CBS Sports
Chelsea 4-4 Ajax – Champions League 2019/20: RESULTS
The 2019-20 Champions League group stage began in mid-September, and were more than halfway through the group stage. Liverpool is the reigning champion and one of a handful of contenders looking to lift the trophy this season. Heres how the tournament works, the standings, schedule, scores and more. 

Each team plays the other group members twice in the group stage, with the top two on points advancing to the Round of 16 and the teams finishing third place ending up in the Europa League knockout stage. 

RB Leipzig were dominant as they followed up on Saturdays eight-goal demolition of Mainz 05 in the Bundesliga by beating Zenit St Petersburg 2-0 away to stay top of Group G.Leipzigs captain, Diego Demme, put the visitors ahead with a dipping shot through a crowded penalty area in first-half stoppage time before Timo Werner found Emil Forsberg, who slipped the ball through to Marcel Sabitzer, and the Austrian took the ball past the goalkeeper, Mikhail Kerzhakov, with his first touch before slotting it into the net.

The tournament airs in the United States in both English and Spanish. Turner has the rights in English and show a game per day on TNT, while TUDN and Galavision show two games per day in Spanish. You can see every single Champions League game on fuboTV (Try for free). Other matches in English can be accessed via BR Live.

Salzburgs teenage forward Erling Braut Haaland continued his prolific season by putting the Austrian champions ahead from a penalty, his seventh goal in four games in Group E and his 23rd of the season in all competitions. Hirving Lozano equalised with a superb strike one minute before half-time but, despite carving out more openings in the second half, Carlo Ancelottis side missed their chance to book a knockout-stage place with two games to spare.

Nov. 6Lokomotiv Moscow vs. Juventus, 12:55 p.m.Bayer Leverkusen vs. Atletico Madrid, 3 p.m. Nov. 26Lokomotiv Moscow vs. Bayer Leverkusen, 12:55 p.m.Juventus vs. Atletico Madrid, 3 p.m.

The home side went ahead with an own-goal from the Lille defender Adama Soumaoro before Geoffrey Kondogbia stretched Valencias lead two minutes later with an outstanding long-distance strike, and the substitute Ferran Torres rounded off the win with a coolly taken finish in the 90th minute.

Sept. 17Napoli 2, Liverpool 0Red Bull Salzburg 6, Genk 2 Oct. 2Genk 0, Napoli 0 Liverpool 4, Red Bull Salzburg 3Oct. 23Napoli 3, Red Bull Salzburg 2  Liverpool 4, Genk 1

Sept. 17Inter Milan 1, Slavia Prague 1   Borussia Dortmund 0, Barcelona 0Oct. 2Borussia Dortmund 2, Slavia Prague 0Barcelona 2, Inter Milan 1

The Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen gave the French side a deserved lead in the 25th minute but Valencia drew level in the 65th minute with a panenka penalty from their captain, Dani Parejo.

Nov. 5Chelsea 4, Ajax 4Valencia 4, Lille OSC 1Nov. 27Valencia vs. Chelsea, 12:55 p.m.Lille OSC vs. Ajax, 3 p.m.

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On a night of big comebacks in the Champions League, Borussia Dortmund came from two goals down to beat Inter Milan 3-2 Tuesday while Chelsea erased a three-goal deficit to draw 4-4 against nine-man Ajax.

Lautaro Martínez and Matías Vecino fired Inter into a 2-0 first-half lead before Dortmund came storming back with Hakimi scoring either side of a Julian Brandt effort.

Napoli fluffed a chance to qualify for the knockout stage after drawing 1-1 home at home to Salzburg, while defending champion Liverpool held on for a 2-1 win against Belgian side Genk at Anfield.

Napoli gave another erratic performance as they hit the woodwork twice, wasted a hatful of chances and looked shaky at the back in a 1-1 draw at home to RB Salzburg.

Five-time champion Barcelona couldn't score at all, with star striker Lionel Messi hitting the crossbar and having a late shot saved by standout goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar in 0-0 draw with visiting Slavia Prague.

Barcelona remains top of Group F with eight points and Dortmund is only one behind. But Inter has only four and is facing elimination.

While Messi failed to add to his whopping total of 113 goals in Europe's top club competition, Salzburg's 19-year-old rising star Erling Haaland made it seven in four games with an early penalty only for Hirving Lozano to equalize for Napoli just before halftime.

Valencia breathed life into their hopes of qualifying for the last 16 with a stunning second-half turnaround to beat Lille 4-1.

Memphis Depay continued his scoring form as Lyon beat Benfica 3-1 to stay in touch with group rival Leipzig, which tops Group G by two points after winning 2-0 at Zenit St. Petersburg.

Group H is up in the air, with Valencia beating Lille 4-1 to join Ajax and Chelsea on seven points with two rounds remaining.

Chelsea fell behind after two minutes, then trailed 4-1 after 55, yet almost won on a wild night at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea's comeback charge was helped by Ajax — last season's semifinalist — playing the final 20 minutes with nine men after defender Daley Blind and Joel Veltman were sent off in quick succession.

Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham's own goal gave Ajax a second-minute lead before Jorginho equalized with his first of two penalties.

Quincy Promes put Ajax in front with a header while another Chelsea own goal — this time by goalkeeper Kepa — and midfielder Donny van de Beek's strike gave Ajax a three-goal cushion.

Defender Cesar Azpilicueta pulled a goal back in the 63rd and Jorginho notched his second penalty in the 71st — awarded in the same sequence that saw both Blind and Veltman handed a second yellow card — to set up a rousing finish.

Chelsea even thought it had scored a late winner through Azpilicueta, but the goal was ruled out for a handball by Abraham after a video review.

Valencia won with four goals in the last 25 minutes after trailing to Lille striker Victor Osimhen's 25th-minute strike.

Valencia equalized with a 66th-minute penalty converted by Dani Parejo — Panenka style — and hosts went ahead with an own goal by defender Adama Soumaoro.

Kolar kept Barcelona at bay with a string of fine saves, denying Messi with his legs in the 79th having earlier saved from the star forward and also from Gerard Pique and Sergi Roberto.

Although Barca extended its record unbeaten streak in Europe's top club competition to 34 consecutive home matches, the Czech side looked sharp on the counterattack and forced eight corners.

A day after turning 21, defender Achraf Hakimi — who is on loan from Real Madrid — scored twice and grabbed Dortmund's winner in the 77th minute after Inter led 2-0 at halftime thanks to goals from Lautaro Martinez and Matias Vecino.

Hakimi kick-started Dortmund's comeback in the 51st minute and Julian Brandt equalized in the 64th.

After scoring twice in a 4-1 win away to Genk two weeks ago, midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored the winner for group leader Liverpool.

Fellow midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum grabbed Liverpool's first goal in the 14th and, after Ally Mbwana Samatta levelled with a header shortly before halftime, Oxlade-Chamberlain struck in the 53rd.

In Italy, Haaland's 23rd goal in 17 competitive matches this season silenced the Napoli crowd. But Lozano then scored his first home goal for Napoli.

Leipzig moved to the verge of qualifying from the group stage for the first time, even with star forward Timo Werner only used as a substitute on a freezing night in St. Petersburg.

Leipzig's breakthrough came on the stroke of halftime when midfielder Diego Demme hammered in a rebound after Marcel Sabitzer's free kick hit the wall. Sabitzer made it 2-0 midway through the second half.

Memphis Depay scored for the fourth straight Champions League game and then went off at halftime with an apparent thigh strain.

The Netherlands forward volleyed home in the 33rd minute from midfielder Houssem Aouar's cross from the left to make it 2-0 after imposing centre half Joachim Andersen netted an early header.

Benfica striker Haris Seferovic pulled a goal back in the 76th, but Lyon substitute Bertrand Traore made sure of the win in the 89th.

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