Goal:Group E

Full time: CSKA Moscow 0-1 Bayern Munich - Full time: Manchester City 1-1 Roma

Group F

Full time: APOEL 0-1 Ajax - Full time: Paris Saint Germain 3-2 Barcelona

Group G

Full time: Schalke 04 1-1 NK Maribor - Full time: Sporting Lisbon 0-1 Chelsea

Group H

Full time: Bate Borisov 2-1 Athletic Bilbao - Full time: Shakhtar Donetsk 2-2 FC Porto

Blaise Matuidi

21:41: Chelsea ignite their Champions League campaign with a narrow win in Lisbon through Nemanja Matic's header, but goodness knows how it wasn't more. For Manchester City, it was the same old story as they were held by Roma at the Etihad. Sergio Aguero scored from the spot early on but Francesco Totti's goal, which saw him become the competition's oldest ever goalscorer, highlights City's own lack of experience.

Well that's all we've got time for on this Champions League live text. We'll be back tomorrow with live coverage of Arsenal and Liverpool's fortunes but until then, goodbye.

Goal: Shakhtar Donetsk 2-2 FC Porto (Jackson Martinez)

21:35: Salah should make it two for Chelsea. Still hope for Sporting deep in stoppage time.

21:34: Five added minutes for City to find a winner. What Manuel Pellegrini would give for one.

Goal: Shakhtar Donetsk 2-1 FC Porto (Jackson Martinez)

Goal: Shakhtar Donetsk 2-0 FC Porto (Luiz Adriano)

21:30: Without wanting to sound like a broken record, Chelsea should again be two ahead. Filipe Luis is the gulty man this time, after being fed by Fabregas, his cross shot is wide and beyond Diego Costa. The wafer-thin nature of Chelsea's lead is highlights by Nani's shot whistling just wide.

21:18: Roma are holding firm a City crave a late winner as we enter the final 15 minutes. Can Toure and co. break through? They're runing out of ideas it must be said but they need to find a goal from somewhere. In Lisbon, Chelsea are comfortable but the home side are a growing threat in this game.

21:13: News from Paris where Xavi has become the highest appearance maker in Champions League history after replacing Ivan Rakitic. The Spaniard's 143rd appearance sees him go ahead of Raul.

21:06: Delay in Lisbon as Mauricio wipes out Diego Costa but comes off second best and is down with a head injury, with blood pouring. Break in place for a few minutes as he is strechered off. Costa came away unscathed it must be added.

21:01: Amid a run of four goals in as many minutes across Europe, Chelsea somehow don't add to their lead. Oscar goes clean through but after overunning the ball slightly, Patricio is able to make the save.

Goal: Paris Saint Germain 3-2 Barcelona (Neymar)

Goal: Schalke 1-1 NK Maribor (Klass-Jan Huntelaar)

Goal: Paris Saint Germain 3-1 Barcelona (Blase Matuidi)

Roma are cutting City open at will at times and they almost take the lead at the Etihad. Pjanic drifts through, and after Totti moves the ball on, the midfielder almost turns home but is denied by Hart. The Bosnian now curls goalwards, beats Joe Hart but beats the left-hand post.

Goal: Shakhtar Donetsk 1-0 FC Porto (Alex Teixeira)

20:53: Big chance for Nani to impress tonight in in a 10 second spell we see the player encapsulated perfectly. He gets away down the left, powering away but after coming inside, he backheels into space where there isn't a single Sporting player waiting. Very odd end to an entertaining break.

20:47: Second halfs are under way across Europe. James Milner on for Manchester City.

20:35: Half time across Europe, and once again there are contrasting fortunes for the English sides. Manchester City began like a house on fire, scoring through Sergio Aguero but since they have spluttered and Francesco Totti's age-defying goal has Roma level at the break. In Lisbon, Chelsea lead Sporting by a Nemanja Matic goal but they should be well ahead after Diego Costa and Andre Schurrle spurned guilt-edged chances. Will Mourinho's men be made to pay?

Goal: Bate Borisov 2-1 Athletic Bilbao (Aritz Aduriz)

20:29: City have already had one penalty tonight and there is little doubt they should have had a second as Manolas clearly handles Silva's cross, with the Roma defender sticking out an arm which diverts the ball away from Aguero. At the other end, Gervinho gets away down the right but from a tight angle Hart turns the ball over.

Goal: Bate Borisov 2-0 Athletic Bilbao (Aleksandr Karnitski)

Goal: Schalke 0-1 NK Maribor (Damjan Bohar)

20:23: Chelsea break the deadlock in Lisbonand it comes from the player returning to Portugal, Nemanja Matic, formerly of Benfica, who floats a back-post header beyond Patricio. Deserved lead for the visitors.

Goal: Sporting Lisbon 0-1 Chelsea (Nemanja Matic)

Goal: APOEL 1-1 Ajax (Manduca)

Goal: APOEL 0-1 Ajax (Lucas Andersen)

Goal: Paris Saint Germain 2-1 Barcelona (Marco Verratti)

20:12: Roma level and it comes through their talisman. The World Cup winner recieves the ball in behind Vincent Kompany and delightuflly dinks over the onrushing Joe Hart. Not only Totti's first goal in England, but he now becomes the oldest scorer in Champins League history. Not a bad way to do it.

Goal: Manchester City 1-1 Roma (Francesco Totti)

20:09: What a miss! Chelsea carve Sporting open again, Fabregas pulls the ball back for Schurrle who has the whole goal to aim at but slides wide from 12 yards.

20:07: Chance for Sporting as a cross from the right finds Carrillo, who can only head into the ground before Courtois can gather. At the other end, Schurrle heads at Patricio from Costa's cross.

Goal: Bate Borisov 1-0 Athletic Bilbao (Denis Polyakov)

20:01: Patricio comes to Sporting's rescue again as Oscar feeds through Schurrle who rounds the 'keeper but can't squeeze home from a tight angle. The Blues on top in Portugal.

Goal: Paris Saint Germain 1-1 Barcelona (Lionel Messi)

Goal: Paris Saint Germain 1-0 Barcelona (David Luiz)

19:54: Some debate whether Maicon should be on the pitch, but he is everywhere in this opening seven minutes. he collects the ball over the top and smashes it goalwards, beyond Joe Hart but see the ball crash against the crossbar. Amazing start to the game.

19:52: Maicon endured a torrid time during his spell at Manchester City, and it's not improved upon his return with Roma. The Brazilian concedes a penalty for a pull back on Sergio Aguero, and despite surviving a red card, the City striker picks himself back up and scores.

Goal: Manchester City 1-0 AS Roma (Sergio Aguero)

Penalty to Manchester City

19:49: Inside just the second minute in Lisbon and Chelsea should be ahead. Oscar slides Diego Costa clean through and ony a deflection over the crossbar by Patricio denies the visitors taking the lead.

19:45: Under way in our seven 7:45pm kick-offs across Europe.

19:43: Players in Manchester and Lisbon on their way our as we approach kick-off. Pivotal evening you feel for both Chelsea and City. Action is just moments away.

19:40: Just five minutes to go until kick-off across Europe. Seven games to keep you entertained, with Chelsea and Manchester City taking centre stage. Need all the goals as they go in? No need to move.

19:32: Chelsea were very complacent in allowing a one-goal lead slip against Schalke before being having to settle for a draw at Stamford Bridge. Jose Mourinho will be keen for the club to get their European campaign back on track, and maybe the selection of Costa is an indication of their intent tonight. The same goes for City, who were unfortunate to let a lead slip away at Bayern Munich, but they face far tougher opposition in Roma.

19:22: Teams new from the Etihad Stadium, where Manuel Pellegrini has recalled Joe Hart in goal after he was dropped for the win at Hull City. Martin Demichelis comes back in too, as does Jesus navas. Roma meanwhile are injury ravaged, but there is space in the first team for ex-Chelsea defender Ashley Cole, former City defender Maicon and Gervinho, formerly of Arsenal. Francesco Totti also makes an appearance.

19:15: You will notice that we have already had one game tonight, where Bayern Munich have defeated CSKA Moscow in Russia. Thomas Muller's penalty gives Pep Guardiola's side two wins from two at the start of the group phase. Piles the pressure on Manchester City to give themselves on the board.

19:10: So let's have a look at the team news from Lisbon and Manchester. Sporting Lisbon are pretty much full strength as they look to cause a shock. The likes of Rui Patricio, William Carvalho and Nani will be thye notable faces in their team. For Chelsea, just two change for them as Filipe Luis and Andre Schurrle come in as Diego Costa starts despite fears over his hamstring injury.

19:05: Teams:

Sporting Lisbon v Chelsea

Sporting Lisbon: Rui Patrício, Cédric, Maurício, Sarr, Jonathan Silva, Carvalho, Adrien Silva, João Mário, Carrillo, Nani

Chelsea: Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Filipe Luis, Matic, Fabregas, Schurrle, Oscar, Hazard, Diego Costa

Manchester City v AS Roma

Manchester City: Hart, Zabaleta, Kompany, Demichelis, Clichy, Navas, Touré, Fernandinho, Silva, Agüero, Džeko

AS Roma: Skorupsk, Yanga-Mbiwa, Cole, Maicon, Manolas, Nainggolan, Pjanić, Keita, Florenzi, Totti, Gervinho

19:00: After a lacklustre start a fortnight ago, the Premier League's quartet in Europe are already under pressure going into matchday two in the Champions League. First to attempt to turn things around are Chelsea as Jose Mourinho returns to Portugal to face Sporting Lisbon, and Manchester City who face pot four lurkers AS Roma is a tasty looking tie at the Etihad Stadium. As ever, there are plenty of other games from across Europe to keep you occupied, including Paris Saint Germain v Barcelona.