MADRID, Spain -- Olympiakos and Bayer Leverkusen reached the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday, with either Juventus or Galatasaray set to join them after their match in Istanbul was abandoned because of a snowstorm. Match officials stopped play after 31 minutes, ruling the field was too dangerous to play on. The last hour will now be played on Wednesday, kicking off at 3pm local time (1300 GMT). Olympiakos beat 8-man Anderlecht 3-1 to advance, edging out two-time champion Benfica, whose 2-1 victory over Paris St. Germain was not enough. Leverkusen won 1-0 at Real Sociedad to finish behind Group A winner Manchester United, which beat Shakhtar Donetsk 1-0. Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player to score nine times in group play as the Portugal forwards 26th goal of the season helped carry Real Madrid to a 2-0 victory at Copenhagen to wrap up Group B. "Were first in the group, the team played very well on a very bad pitch," Ronaldo said. "I scored a goal and Im happy that I can help the team." Manchester City finally managed to secure a victory over a European heavyweight, coming from behind to win 3-2 at Bayern Munich to end the defending champions record winning streak at 10 games. City fell one goal shy of taking Group D over Bayern on head-to-head results after the clubs finished tied on 15 points. Bayern charged into a 2-0 lead by the 12th minute at the Allianz Arena before David Silva began the rally with a 28th-minute goal. City was inspired by the Spain midfielder and, after Aleksandar Kolarov equalized from the penalty spot, James Milner side footed home a low screamer to secure the win in the 62nd. "This is a very important result for us," City coach Manuel Pellegrini said. Back in Manchester, Phil Jones scored in the 67th minute at Old Trafford as United continued to find its form in Europe while it struggles domestically. Uniteds victory helped Leverkusen, which won through Omer Topraks second-half goal, as it condemned Shakhtar to a place in the Europa League after finishing third in the group. Benfica joins Shakhtar in Europes second-tier competition despite rallying from Edinson Cavanis 37th-minute opener for Group C winner PSG. Lima converted a penalty on the stroke of halftime and Nicolas Gaitan scored from Maxi Pereiras diverted cross in the 58th, but the result wasnt enough for the Portuguese team because of the result across the continent in Greece. Javier Saviola scored two goals for Olympiakos but was shaking his head in the 50th with the score at 1-1 when Anderlecht goalkeeper Silvio Proto saved his penalty. Saviola made up for that miss eight minutes later after swiveling to stab home his second for 2-1. "Everything counts more in the Champions league: scoring, winning, celebrating," Saviola said. "So this is a great moment." Proto stopped another penalty before being the third Andrlecht player sent off three minutes into stoppage time. Substitute Alejandro Dominguez beat outfield player Aleksandar Mitrovic -- who filled in for Proto. After a slow start, Madrid is certainly showing its mettle as a title favourite. The team extended its unbeaten run in all competitions to nine games, despite Ronaldo also having a second-half penalty saved. Luka Modric got nine-time champion Madrid going with an exquisitely taken shot from just outside the area in the 25th, and Madrid never looked back with Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema running the attack. "Today I wanted to score, like every game. Every goal is important to help the team win and today it was extra special to break the record," said Ronaldo, who had been sidelined over two weeks with a hamstring injury. "But I dont think about records. The principal objective is to win trophies." Madrid topped Group B with 16 points. Juventus needs just a draw against Galatasaray to advance, while the Turkish club needs a win. Also in Group D, substitute Tomas Wagner volleyed home a 90th-minute winner as Viktoria Plzen sealed its place in the Europa League with a 2-1 victory against nine-man CSKA Moscow. Ahmed Musa headed CSKA ahead in the 65th but Daniel Kolar nodded home an equalizer after Alan Dzagoev was red carded. CSKA midfielder Pontus Wernbloom was sent off moments after Wagner ensured coach Pavel Vrbas last Champions League game in charge of the club before he takes over the Czech Republic was a memorable one. Each of the eight football grounds unveiled a banner that read "Madiba, The World Will Never Forget" before kickoff in honour of former South Africa president Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday at age 95. nike free 3.0 v4. The 37-year-old Brazilian was clear on wanting to fight GSP but a little fuzzier about Jones in a media availability before UFC 154 on Saturday night. 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The New York Yankees said Dr. Bryan Kelly repaired a torn labrum and impingement and the operation at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York "went as planned and without complication.NEW ORLEANS -- The NFL on Thursday provided a federal judge with what it says is evidence Commissioner Roger Goodell did not improperly pre-judge the four players suspended in the bounty investigation. The evidence includes a copy of a letter the NFL Players Association sent the league on March 7 asking Goodell to delay punishment of players implicated in the bounty probe. It also includes a sworn declaration from Goodell in which he states he was prepared to hand down player discipline at the same time he announced suspensions for coaches and executives on March 21. Goodells declaration states he held off after verbally agreeing to do so in a phone conversation with union head DeMaurice Smith. Attorneys for Vilma, who has sued separately, and NFLPA lawyers representing the three other punished players have argued Goodell showed improper bias with comments he made before sending the players notice of their suspensions on May 2. Attorneys for the players have been given until Friday to file their own evidence and briefs on the matter. Vilmas consolidated lawsuits include a defamation claim against Goodell. Vilmas attorney, Peter Ginsberg, has argued Goodell made reckless and false statements about Vilma being the ringleader of a bounty program that offered cash for injuring targeted opponents. Vilma has asked U.S. District Judge Ginger Berrigan to grant a temporary restraining order that would allow him to return to the Saints while his case proceeds, and the judge has said she would be inclined to rule in his favour, but will hold off until she is comfortable she has jurisdiction to do so. Berrigan has indicated that she might prefer to see how separate proceedings called for in the leagues collective bargaining agreement play out. One item still pending is the NFLPAs appeal of system arbitrator Stephen Burbanks ruling that Goodell had the authority to serve as arbitrator on the bounty matter because of the commissioners stance that the violations represented "conduct detrimental" to the league, as opposed to standard on-field violations, which would call for an arbitrator other than the commissioner. A three-member appeal panel is expected to review Burbanks decision late this month, and if it rules in the players favour, that could negate the need for further action in federal court. In the meantime, the judge has urged all sides to try to settle the matter with the help of a federal magistrate.dddddddddddd Vilma has been suspended the entire season and he is currently barred from Saints headquarters, where he was hoping to rehabilitate from off-season knee surgery. Saints defensive end Will Smith has been suspended for the first four regular season games and is currently participating in training camp. Two former Saints who are still active also were suspended: Green Bay defensive end Anthony Hargrove was penalized eight games and Cleveland linebacker Scott Fujita three games. Goodells discipline of non-players included a full-season suspension for Saints head coach Sean Payton, a half-season suspension for general manager Mickey Loomis and a six-game suspension for assistant head coach Joe Vitt. Former Saints defensive co-ordinator Gregg Williams has been suspended indefinitely. Goodell also fined the Saints $500,000 and docked the club second-round draft picks in 2012 and 2013. The NFLs initial bounty reports, made public in early March, described Saints players taking part in a bounty pool that lasted from 2009 through 2011. The reports also said the Saints specifically targeted several star players for injury, including quarterbacks Brett Favre and Kurt Warner in the 2009-10 playoffs. However, during hearings for the players lawsuits, seven current or former Saints, along with Vitt, have testified under oath that there was no pay-to-injure program. They have said they only took part in a pay-for-performance pool that provided cash bonuses primarily in the hundreds for big plays such as sacks, forced fumbles and interceptions, and collected fines for missed assignments and penalties including unnecessary roughness. They have also testified that violent sounding terms coaches used to track pool payments, such as "whacks, knockouts and cart-offs," were all for clean tackles. Still, Goodell has seized upon the fact that player testimony indicated that "cart-offs," while legal, described hits that caused tackled players to take themselves out of games, at least briefly, to gather themselves or be checked by trainers. Goodell said during the weekend of Pro Football Hall of Fame inductions that players have essentially acknowledged the Saints performance pool paid for injuries ' ' '