CSKA Moscow vs Roma live streaming
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Match: CSKA Moscow vs Roma
Competition: Champions League
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CSKA Moscow vs Roma live streaming: Match preview
It’s fair to say, CSKA’s campaign has been very up and down.
They came from 2-0 down on matchday 1 to draw away to minnows Viktoria Plzeň.
Nikola Vlašić with a 95th minute penalty.
The Everton loanee was then even more of a hero on matchday 2.
He scored the only goal of the game as Viktor Goncharenko beat defending champions 1-0.
However, that result was made to look more amazing by their performance in Rome.
The Italian side needed to win that game after they lost 3-0 at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu on matchday 1.
They did have a bit of momentum though.
An Edin Džeko hat-trick as well as goals from Cengiz Ünder and Justin Kluivert saw them hammer the Czech side 5-0.
It was the Džeko and Ünder show again when CSKA came to town, the former scoring twice in a 3-0 win, to put daylight between the two in the group.
A Roma win in Russia would all most book their place in the round of 16.