• Samuel Eto'o scores three in 4-0 victory over Werder Bremen
• David Villa equalises for Barcelona in draw at Rubin Kazan

Internazionale, who face Tottenham in their next Champions League game, scored four past Werder Bremen without reply at San Siro with Samuel Eto'o grabbing a hat-trick. The Cameroon striker has scored 11 goals in nine games for Rafael Benítez's side this season and began the demolition job with a prodded goal from close range in the 21st minute. Further goals arrived after 27 and 81 minutes and Eto'o also set up Wesley Sneijder for the third goal in the 34th minute.

The striker's former team, Barcelona, came from behind to pick up a point at Rubin Kazan, the Russian team who beat them at Camp Nou last season. Both goals came from penalties, with captain Christian Noboa putting the home side ahead in the 30th minute and David Villa equalising on the hour. "It is a noble achievement to take a point from Barça," said the Rubin coach, Kurban Berdyev.

Also in Group D, FC Copenhagen recorded a surprise win in Athens against Panathinaikos, who had their captain, Gilberto Silva, sent off. Dame N'Doye, a former Panathinaikos player, and Martin Vingaard were on target to ensure Stale Solbakken's side top the group after two games.

Schalke struck twice in the last 17 minutes to beat Benfica and pick up their first points of the Champions League season. Jefferson Farfán opened the scoring with a diagonal finish before Raúl had a hand in Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's goal five minutes from time by dispossessing David Luiz.

In Group B's other game, Lyon found more European reprieve from their domestic struggles with a second win in two games, this time beating Hapoel Tel Aviv 3-1 away. Michel Bastos scored twice, one from the penalty spot and one from a thunderous shot from outside the box, with Miralem Pjanic adding the third in stoppage time.

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