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Match: CSKA Moscow vs Real Madrid
Competition: Champions League
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CSKA Moscow vs Real Madrid live streaming: Match preview
It wasn’t the best start for CSKA but they needed a late goal to prevent a disaster.
Nikola Vlašić, on loan from Everton, scored a 95th minute winner to earn a draw in the Czech Republic with Viktoria Plzeň.
The Russian side will need to make their home form count if they’re to get through.
It remains to be seen if this’ll be helped or hindered by playing their games across Moscow at the Luzhniki Stadium.
They’ll need all the help they can get if they’re to stop Los Blancos.
Isco, Bale and Mariano Díaz all got on the scoresheet as they comfortably beat Roma at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu on matchday 1.
With Real winning the last 3 European Cups, Julen Lopetegui is under pressure to deliver but they should at least come back from Russia with 3 points.