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The front page of Turkish sports daily Fanatik following Galatasaray's 4-0 home defeat last night. The newspaper says: "Galatasaray triumphed against Fenerbahçe last weekend and this raised the bar ahead of the Dortmund clash in the Champions League. The aim was to be a contender in the fight for the summit, but the plans collapsed. Dortmund woke the Lions up from a dream. The Germans scored a goal from almost every attack they created and comfortably made it 4-0. Cimbom didn't have a reaction and remained on a single point. The real aim in the group is not the top two from now on. It's getting a UEFA Europa League ticket."

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The front page of Bulgarian sports daily Meridian Match hails a historic night for Ludogorets.

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Yordan Minev was the Ludogorets hero last night against Basel. The left-back scored in the last minute and shocked not only the Swiss champions but his team-mates too. "It is difficult for him to score even during training," playmaker Marcelinho joked after the game.

The Brazilian midfield maestro has a right to say so. The strike was Minev's first goal for Ludogorets since he signed for them in 2011. In fact, his last goal was in the colours of PFC CSKA Sofia during a 5-1 league win against PFC Lokomotiv Sofia on 2 May 2010.

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There was no mercy from the Russian media after Zenit's 2-0 loss at Leverkusen, with the visitors' attack coming under severe scrutiny. Sovetskiy Sport pundit and former Soviet Union defender Evgeni Lovchev wrote: "Zenit had more than half an hour after conceding the second goal, but they failed to put their opponents under pressure even after the dismissal of a Leverkusen defender. As a team, Zenit were inconsistent in Leverkusen, with Hulk using the pitch to show his individual qualities."

"Zenit's decline" is the headline in of daily Sport-Express. "By the time Leverkusen scored their second goal Zenit had not even created their first opportunity," says the article. "Tasting their opponents' speed, Zenit lost their edge up front despite keeping the fighting spirit. In Hulk, Danny and [José] Rondón, Zenit have two and half trump cards, but they definitely need something else, or maybe they need somebody else."

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Benfica's prospects of qualifying for the knockout stage dominate Portugal's three main sports newspapers after the Eagles' 0-0 draw with Monaco, a result that leaves the Liga champions bottom of Group C.

A Bola: "Lack of will in Europe"

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O Jogo: "Only Gaitán played like a champion"

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Record: "Benfica in the red zone"

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