The night of the Champions League still has a single, great protagonist: Erling Haaland scores two goals in half an hour against Copenhagen, then Guardiola takes him off the interval for 2002 Palmer. Pep’s City scored three more in Copenhagen, Mahrez and Julian Alvarez scored without Haaland as well as an own goal by Khocholava. In the same group, Dortmund wins 4-1 at Sanchez Pizjuan and puts Lopetegui’s bench at great risk. Guerreiro, Bellingham and Adeyemi close it in the first half, with a quarter of an hour from the end Brant’s fourth goal arrives and in the middle there is El-Nesyri’s goal for Sevilla.
Real Madrid is also ok, 2-1 at Shakhtar with goals from Rodrygo and Vinicius, first place in group F in which Leipzig beat Celtic 3-1 in the afternoon.
The other match in the Milan group was the one between Salzburg and Dinamo Zagreb, which ended 1-0 thanks to Okafor’s penalty with the Austrians taking the lead in group E. The Swiss born in 2000 scored the third goal in the first three Champions League matches. The match between Benfica and PSG ends 1-1 in the Juve group: an own goal by Danilo equalized the advantage of Messi, the only player to score for 40 different teams in the Champions League.