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Round-up: Tuesday's Champions League play-offs

All five of Tuesday's play-off first legs ended in home wins as Lazio, Sporting CP, BATE Borisov, Astana and, inspired by Memphis Depay, Manchester United ran out victorious.

Manchester United's Memphis Depay (right) takes the plaudits after scoring his second goal
Manchester United's Memphis Depay (right) takes the plaudits after scoring his second goal ©AFP/Getty Images
  • Memphis Depay on target twice as Manchester United defeat Club Brugge 3-1
  • Substitute Keita scores the only goal as Lazio beat Leverkusen in Rome
  • Islam Slimani's late winner gives Sporting the edge over CSKA Moskva
  • BATE run out 1-0 victors over ten-man Partizan
  • Second legs of these games next Wednesday; remaining five first legs tomorrow.

Follow the links for video highlights (from 24.00CET on Tuesday to 24.00CET on Wednesday), match reports and reaction.

Manchester United 3-1 Club Brugge
Summer signing Memphis Depay scored twice, his first a brilliant individual effort which involved him flicking the ball over a defender and driving a shot past Sébastien Bruzzese, as United recovered from the shock of Michael Carrick's early own goal. Belgian international Marouane Fellaini headed a late third against his countrymen.

Lazio 1-0 Bayer Leverkusen
Lazio are on the verge of a return to the UEFA Champions League group stage for the first time since the 2007/08 season thanks to half-time substitute Keita's neat 77th-minute finish.

Seydou Doumbia takes his penalty
Seydou Doumbia takes his penalty©AFP/Getty Images

Sporting CP 2-1 CSKA Moskva
Islam Slimani's low drive eight minutes from time settled this first leg in the Lions' favour. Seydou Doumbia had earlier had a penalty saved by Rui Patrício and then equalised, but it was not enough to secure CSKA a draw at the Estádio José Alvalade, scene of their 2005 UEFA Cup final triumph.

BATE Borisov 1-0 Partizan
BATE finally made their numerical advantage count as they eked out a narrow lead to take to Serbia next week. Partizan, down to ten men since the 45th-minute dismissal of Marko Jevtović, conceded a quarter of an hour from time when the unmarked Mikhail Gordeichuk nodded in a corner.

Astana 1-0 APOEL
Astana are 90 minutes away from becoming the first Kazakh club to play in the UEFA Champions League group stage. Baurzhan Dzholchiyev headed the only goal, powerfully meeting Foxi Kéthévoama's left-wing cross after 14 minutes.

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