Stunning comeback by Madrid, PSG make a statement

Updated: September 19, 2012

In a game of two halves, Real Madrid came back to beat Manchester City 3-2 in a classic Champions League match with a 90th minute Cristiano Ronaldo strike in their Group D opener on Tuesday.

There were also wins for Paris St Germain, who beat Dynamo Kiev 4-1 on their return to the competition after eight years, newcomers Malaga, who beat Zenit St Petersburg 3-0 and former Champions League holders Porto who won 2-0 at Dinamo Zagreb.

In a clash of ex-European title winners Borussia Dortmund beat Ajax Amsterdam 1-0 while seven-times European champions AC Milan were booed off after a 0-0 home draw against Anderlecht.

Arsenal rode their luck to beat French champions Montpellier 2-1 away after conceding an early penalty.

Schalke won 2-1 at Olympiakos Piraeus with Benedikt Hoewedes and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, who later missed a penalty, scoring for the German side. Djamel Abdoun had equalised for the hosts.

AC Milan, seven times European champions, were jeered off by frustrated fans after failing to score at the San Siro for the third successice match, this time against an Anderlecht side back in the Champions League after a six-year absence.

In tonights Champions League games, Chelsea host Juventus in a match up of league winners. Juve back in the Champions League after an brief absence have an unbeaten record stretching back to March 2010 and in Pirlo they have a playmaker that can unlock any defence.

Chelsea are the defending champions with plenty of experience and flair. Torres has a golden opportunity to reestablish himself this season following the sale of Drogba, while young playmaker Hazard from Belgium will be looking to transform his explosive start in the Premiership onto the pitches of Europe.

Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Barcelona, all previous winners are in action tonight against Galatasary, Valencia and Spartak Moscow respectively, and 2BET2 has all the odds.