THE cream is rising to the top in the UEFA Champions League with Barcelona, Manchester United and Champions Chelsea all winning their second group matches to move to six points.
United leads Group H after beating Romanian side CFR Cluj 2-1, Chelsea leads Group E after downing Nordsjaelland 4-0 and Barca went to the top of Group G after beating Benfica 2-0 despite having Sergio Busquets sent off.
Celtic was also celebrating after a 3-2 win against Spartak Moscow, the first Champions League away win in 21 years for the Scottish club.
The news wasn't so good for 2011 winner Bayern Munich which lost 3-1 to surprise packets BATE Borisov in Minsk.
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