FC Porto’s Alex Telles in action against AS Roma’s Diego Perotti.
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Ten-man Roma held on to draw 1-1 at Porto in the first leg of their Champions League playoff Wednesday, while Bernardo Silva gave Monaco a 2-1 victory over Villarreal in Spain.Striker Andre Silva, 20, smashed the spot-kick home to draw Porto level, but Roma held on to a draw to leave the 2004 champions with plenty to do in the second leg next Tuesday at the Stadio Olimpico.Brazilian full-back Fabinho put the Ligue 1 side ahead with a third-minute penalty, only for Alexandre Pato to equalize nine minutes before halftime on his Villarreal debut.
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