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GENEVA - Real Madrid and Liverpool found their combined 15 European titles were no protection on the road in the Champions League on Wednesday.Ten-time champion Real Madrid trailed early against Bulgarian newcomer Ludogorets Razgrad, which was only formed as a club 13 years ago a€” in the same season the Spanish giant won its ninth title.After Ludogorets stunning sixth-minute opener, Cristiano Ronaldo had a penalty saved and then scored with a second spot-kick in the 24th, before Madrid got substitute Karim Benzemas 77th-minute goal to force a 2-1 win.We played as equal to Real and I am delighted with our performance, Ludogorets coach Georgi Dermendzhiev said.Five-time winner Liverpool lost 1-0 at Basel, which specializes in beating English opponents, and trails Group B leader Madrid by three points before hosting the title holder next.I thought we were too soft all over the pitch, Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard said, adding his team didnt deserve anything against Switzerlands champion.Borussia Dortmund won 3-0 at Anderlecht, and leads Group D by three points from Arsenal, which beat Galatasaray 4-1 despite goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny being sent off with 30 minutes left.Atletico Madrid, runner-up last season, beat Juventus 1-0 through Arda Turans 75th-minute goal, and Malmos 2-0 victory against Olympiakos left Group A with all four teams on three points.Zenit St. Petersburg and Monaco drew 0-0 to share the Group C lead with four points, while Bayer Leverkusen beat Benfica 3-1.Ludogorets fans have to travel 335 kilometres (210 miles) to watch their team play at the national stadium in Sofia because the clubs 6,000-seat arena does not meet Champions League standards.But the supporters soon had reason to celebrate after Brazilian midfielder Marcelinho headed in a cross flicked on to the far post.Ronaldo had a 10th-minute penalty saved by goalkeeper Vladislav Stoyanov, but soon got a second chance to convert and close on Raul Gonzalezs record of 71 Champions League goals in the group stage and knockout rounds. Ronaldo has scored 69 goals a€” not including one in a qualifying-round match a€” and leads Lionel Messi by one in what promises to be a season-long duel.Veteran Basel forward Marco Streller has a more modest record yet his 52nd-minute strike against Liverpool followed his winning goal at Chelsea last season. Basel also eliminated Manchester United three seasons ago.It was a perfect evening, said Basel coach Paulo Sousa, hailing a win against an historic club like Liverpool.Arsenal is yet to be grouped with Basel, and struck a blow for the Premier League by extending Galatasarays winless streak in England to 10 matches.On Arsene Wengers 18th anniversary as Arsenal manager, his two big off-season signings got goals to ease any anxiety caused by a group-opening 2-0 loss at Dortmund.Danny Welbeck, signed from Manchester United at the transfer deadline, scored in the 22nd, 30th and 52nd minutes. Former Barcelona winger Alexis Sanchez had made it 3-0 in the 41st.Galatasarays fans rather than players offered fireworks in the first half. Play was briefly stopped before Sanchezs goal to allow red smoke to clear after numerous flares were lit by the Turkish clubs fans.Only when Szczesny was sent off, for bringing down Burak Yilmaz, did Galatasaray begin to threaten. Yilmaz sent the resulting 63rd-minute penalty past substitute goalkeeper David Ospina, signed after impressing for Colombia at the World Cup.Dortmund again eased to victory, though had only Ciro Immobiles third-minute goal to show for dominating the first half in Brussels. The Italy forward finished a pass from Japan playmaker Shinji Kagawa who, like Welbeck, was unwanted at Old Trafford by new manager Louis van Gaal.Dortmund added two second-half goals from Adrian Ramos, another recruit from Colombias World Cup squad.In a match of few chances in Madrid, Atletico scored a rare goal past Juventus keeper Gianluigi Buffon when Turkey forward Turan connected at the far post.Malmo was a European Cup finalist in 1979, but is playing in its first Champions League and made a winning home debut against Olympiakos when captain Markus Rosenberg scored late in each half.Were strong at home and were not afraid, Rosenberg said.Zenit St. Petersburg and Monaco played out a drab 0-0 draw in Russia, leaving Leverkusen to do the entertaining in Group C.The German side, which lost in Monaco last month, closed the gap with a comfortable win against visiting Benfica. Veteran forward Stefan Kiessling scored in the 25th , after Brazil keeper Julio Cesar fumbled a shot by Son Heung-min, and the South Korea forward extended the lead nine minutes later.After Benficas Eduardo Salvio pulled a goal back in the 62nd, Leverkusen restored its two-goal lead two minutes later when Hakan Calhanoglu converted a penalty. Swingman Spud Webb Jersey. MLB executive Joe Torre ruled on Tuesday nights game at Wrigley Field that was called after 4 1-2 innings. The Cubs were declared the winners by a 2-0 score. Now, it is instead a suspended game that will resume at 4:05 p. Swingman Mike Bibby presents a week long look at some of the teams and stories that will shape the up coming campaign. - The Carolina Hurricanes hope they now have the leadership tandem in place to turn the franchise around. Paul Millsap Hawks - Manchester City will face a steep test in the Champions League knockout stage as the English champions were drawn with Barcelona on Monday. Tiago Splitter Jersey. The alley-oop looked easy -- just like everything else after halftime for the Miami Heat. James scored 32 points, Wade added 22 points and eight assists, and the Heat trailed by 11 early in the second half before running away to a 107-88 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night.This week Martin Tylers stats and facts column looks at those teams who have enjoyed the best second half to a Premier League season, which side has had the most efforts on goal without finding the back of the net, and a whole lot more... Send your questions to MartinTweet @SkyFootball using the hashtag #TylersTeasers Martin’s Starting StatsI was at Wembley on Sunday for the fifth League Cup meeting between Chelsea and Tottenham. They have now met in two finals, two semi-finals and one quarter final. Chelsea now lead by three successes to two.Tottenham had won the two previous League Cup encounters; the final in 2008 and the semi-final in 2002. Chelsea’s last win was in a 1991 quarter-final.In the last 60 games between Spurs and Chelsea, Chelsea have won 34 and Tottenham have won just six.Chelsea continued their run of scoring first in all their League Cup games this season and they got only their second clean sheet – they came in the semi-final second leg and the final. Good times to do them!Chelsea weren’t hit by the curse of scoring first. Six of the last nine teams to concede first, prior to Sunday, went on to lift the trophy. That included Spurs’ win in the 2008 final when they conceded first. Chelsea conceded first in both of Jose Mourinho’s previous victories in 2005 (3-2 v Liverpool) and 2007 (2-1 v Arsenal). This one went against that pattern.John Terry was Man of the Match and won the Alan Hardaker trophy 10 years after he last won it, equalling the record of Ben Foster who won it with two clubs – Manchester United and Birmingham. Terry made his 657th app and scored his 63rd goal, but only his second in the League Cup. He made his Chelsea debut in October 1998 in a League Cup win over Aston Villa. His only other League Cup goal came in October 2005 at home to Charlton in a 1-1 draw – but they lost the penalty-shoot-out.Second-half surges Liverpool are making a late surge for the Premier League top four with a fine run of form in 2015 Liverpools surge has given them a chance of the top four, but who has had the best ever second half to a Premier League season? (Mandy, the Wirral)MARTIN SAYS: In terms of both points and points per game, Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal hold both those records after producing a blistering second half to their title-winning campaign of 2001/02.In that season, Wenger’s side picked up an impressive 51 points from the 19 matches they played in 2002 at a rate of 2.68 points per game.Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho’s first-ever Premier League title in charge of Chelsea in 2004/05 came on the back of a storming run of form that began with victory at Portsmouth on December 28, with the Blues going on to collect 49 points in their final 19 fixtures at 2.58 points per game.And that is the same points per game ratio as Manchester United managed under Sir Alex Ferguson in their 2008/09 title-winning campaign, while both Liverpool and United – on two other occasions – registered 2.53 PPG across the final 19 encounters of their 2013/14 and 1999/00 and 2002/03 seasons respectively.Liverpool have picked up 23 points from a possible 27 in the second half of the season so far – so if they win all of their 10 remaining fixtures they will break the record! One obstacle might be their home clash with Manchester United, which is live on Sky Sports on March 22. Join me for a 1.30pm kick-off!Points mean prizes Southampton have dropped only two points from a winning position so far this season - against Chelsea in Decemeber How many points have Southampton dropped from winning positions this season and what is the record?(Adam, Bury)MARTIN SAYS: Southampton have only dropped two points after taking the lead this season and that came against Chelsea at St Marys on December 28 when they took the lead and drew 1-1.The record for the fewest points dropped from winning positions in an entire campaign is two. However, Ronald Koeman’s men still have 10 more matches left to play this campaign, so will need to avoid dropping any more points after taking the lead to match it.Crystal Palace (1994/95), Aston Villa (1998/99), Chelsea (2004/05), Manchester City and Portsmouth (2007/0Cool all dropped only two points from winning positions throughout an entire season – which means they won all but one match in which they took the lead.And Sheffield Wednesday (1998/99), Charlton Athletic (2005/06), Liverpool (2006/07) and Manchester United (2008/10) allowed three points to slip from winning positions.Netting on the road Edin Dzekos goal at Anfield on Sunday was the 20th away game in a row that City have scored Manchester City have scored in each of their last 20 away league games, is this the record? (Mark, Leeds)MARTIN SAYS: It’s not quite the record, which is held by Arsenal, who scored in 27 successive away matches, which came to a halt when they lost 2-0 at Manchester United on December 7, 2002.ddddddddddddThe streak stretched back a year and a half from the penultimate league match of the 2000/01 season when they were held to a goalless draw by Newcastle.United also racked up an impressive run around the same time as they scored in 24 away league matches in a row between March 31, 2001 and September 14, 2002. Sir Alex Ferguson’s side scored in every away game during the 2001/02 season, but saw the run come to an end with a 1-0 defeat at Leeds.The last team to stop this current Manchester City team scoring away from home was Norwich City as they drew 0-0 at Carrow Road on February 8, 2014. When they’ve failed to score this season it has been in home games (they have failed to score in home matches against Arsenal and Stoke).Chelsea managed a 19-game streak that ended with a 1-0 defeat at United on November 6, 2005, while Liverpool racked up 18 in a row before losing 1-0 at Newcastle earlier this season.Manchester United and Chelsea have also secured 18-game runs.Drawing a blank Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam reacts after seeing one of his sides 17 shots fail to find the back of the net against Hull on Saturday Stoke battered Hull on Saturday – 17 shots to one – but only scored the one goal they needed to win. Which team has had the most amount of shots in a game WITHOUT scoring? (Cate, Greenwich)MARTIN SAYS: You might be surprised to hear that the 17 shots by Stoke is nowhere near the record.Opta have only been keeping data on this from the 2003/04 season onwards and the record in that period was achieved on January 29, 2014 when Chelsea had a remarkable 39 shots without scoring in their 0-0 draw with West Ham – prompting Jose Mourinho to accuse his opposition of playing “19th Century football”.Prior to that, Manchester United were leading the way as they managed 36 shots without finding the net in their goalless draw with Sunderland on April 14, 2006.Arsenal paid the price for not scoring with any of their 35 shots against West Ham on April 7, 2007 as they were beaten 1-0, while Tottenham drew 0-0 with Aston Villa on February 2, 2010 after failing to score with any of their 34 efforts.It also finished goalless between Chelsea and Newcastle on November 22, 2008 despite the Blues having 33 efforts on goal.Blackburn Rovers and Chelsea also drew blanks against Bolton Wanderers and Birmingham City in 2006 and 2010 respectively after both having 32 shots.* These stats are only from the 2003/04 season onwardsTrying ones luck from distance Jordan Henderson became the first player to score from outside the box against City this season in Liverpools 2-1 win at Anfield on Sunday I read that Manchester City conceded their first goals outside the box in the Premier League this season at Liverpool. Who has conceded the least from outside the box in a whole Premier League season? (David, Canterbury)MARTIN SAYS: No team has ever gone through an entire Premier League campaign without conceding a goal from outside the box, but five sides have let in just one.Tottenham Hotspur were the first to do it in 1993/94, followed by Newcastle United in 1995/96 and then Arsenal the following season.Manchester United managed it on their way to winning the title in 2007/08 and Chelsea achieved the feat the next year as they finished third.A number of teams have also conceded just two goals from outside the box in a Premier League season, with Manchester City, Arsenal and West Ham all on course to do it this year.Derby County and United both pulled it off it in 1997/98 and Chelsea and Liverpool also did it in 2009/10 – one of four Premier League seasons that Liverpool have conceded just two goals from outside the area.Least number of goals conceded from outside the box in a Premier League season:One – Tottenham Hotspur (1993/94), Newcastle (1995/96), Arsenal (1996/97), Manchester United (2007/0Cool, Chelsea (2008/09).Two – Liverpool (1994/95, 2001/02, 2009/10, 2011/12), Manchester United (1995/96, 1997/9Cool, Derby County (1997/9Cool, Leeds United (1998/99), Chelsea (2007/08, 2009/10, 2013/14), Manchester City (2010/11), Tottenham Hotspur (2012/13). 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