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UCL: Jesus fires Arsenal past Sevilla, Onana saves last-minute penalty in Man Utd win



Arsenal put up a fine performance away from home as they defeated Sevilla 2-1 in their matchday three encounter of the Champions League on Tuesday night.

The Gunners bounced back from their 2-1 defeat to Lens in their previous game to win against the seven-time Europa League winners.

Gabriel Jesus scored a goal and grabbed an assist as he helped Gabriel Martinelli score, with Nemanja Gudelj halving the deficit for the hosts.

Jesus would later go off with an injury, but Arsenal held firm despite the setback to secure a victory that moves them top of Group B.

In the other game of Group B, Lens played a 1-1 draw against PSV in France. The French side sit second in the table.

Read Also: Arsenal fight back from two goals down to draw against Chelsea

At Old Trafford, Andre Onana saves a last-minute penalty to help Manchester United defeat Copenhagen 1-0 on an emotional night.

It was Harry Maguire who scored the only goal of the game as Manchester United claimed their first Champions League win of the season.

The Red Devils wore black armbands and there was a minute of silence before the start in honour of legend Sir Bobby Charlton who passed on recently.

In the other game of Group A, Bayern Munich defeated Galatasaray 3-1 to stay top of the group.

In Group C, Napoli defeated Union Berlin 1-0 in Germany while Real Madrid saw off Sporting Braga 2-1 in Portugal to remain leaders of the group.

In Group D, Inter Milan defeated RB Salzburg 2-1 in Italy while Real Sociedad beat Benfica 1-0 in Portugal.

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