Napoli tops Chelsea 3-1, CSKA ties Real Madrid 1-1

ROB HARRIS AP Sports Writer Published:

Chelsea's troubles worsened with a 3-1 defeat at Napoli in the second round of Champions League on Tuesday night as Ezequiel Lavezzi scored two goals and Edinson Cavani had one, and Pontus Wernbloom scored on the last play as CSKA Moscow held Real Madrid to a 1-1 tie.

At Naples, Juan Mata scored for the visitors in the 27th minute after a giveaway by Napoli captain Paolo Cannavaro. Lavezzi tied the score in the 38th, Cavani put Napoli ahead in injury time and Lavezzi got his second goal in the 65th.

At Moscow, Wernbloom stabbed home a ball that was flicked on by Madrid defender Alvaro Arbeloa in the third minute of stoppage time. In a game played in freezing temperatures on artificial turf at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, Cristiano Ronaldo put Real Madrid ahead in the 28th minute with his 36th goal of the season.

The second legs of the total-goals series are on March 14.