Atletico rout Rosenborg

Atletico rout Rosenborg

Adebayor tricks in Manchester Citys easy win

Swiss second division side Lausanne, trailing 3-1 at Sparta Prague after 23 minutes, hit back to draw 3-3 in the night's shock result while Italy's four teams all failed to win.
Palermo produced the worst performance of the quartet, losing 3-0 at home to CSKA Moscow, while Napoli were held to a goalless draw by visitors Liverpool.

Zenit St Petersburg, VfB Stuttgart, Porto and Sporting all won to maintain 100 percent records after three games along with CSKA.  Atletico, who took just one point from their first two Group B games, went ahead with a header by Uruguay defender Diego Godin in the 18th minute at home to Rosenborg, who are unbeaten in their 27 Norwegian league matches this season.

Argentina forward Sergio Aguero came off the bench and immediately slipped between two defenders to add the second goal in the 66th and Diego Costa headed home the third to put Atletico back in contention to qualify for the knockout stage.

Atletico are one point behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen who drew 0-0 at Aris Salonika.
Togo striker Adebayor sent City top of Group A and handed Poland's Lech Poznan their first defeat. Adebayor turned past Lech captain Bartosz Bosacki before slotting home his first goal of the season in the 13th minute and headed winger David Silva's pinpoint cross into the bottom corner 12 minutes later.

Joel Tshibamba replied for the Poles after halftime but Adebayor restored City's two-goal lead from another Silva pass. The group's other game saw Juventus draw 1-1 at winless Salzburg, halftime substitute Milos Krasic scoring early in the second period for the former European champions after Dusan Svento had given the Austrian champions a 36th-minute lead.

Group G leaders Zenit, champions in 2008 when the tournament was in its previous guise as the UEFA Cup, enjoyed a comfortable 2-0 win at home to Croatia's Hajduk Split. VfB Stuttgart, beat Getafe 1-0 in Group H.