Champions League: Tottenham claims much-needed win; Real edges past Galatasaray
What a night!
Just the 30 goals across eight games tonight including hat-tricks from Kylian Mbappe and Raheem Sterling.
And don't forget about a huge win for Tottenham and boss Mauricio Pochettino. You can read Matias Grez's report on Spurs' five-star showing here.
We're back on Wednesday for more action with defending champion Liverpool going up against Genk and Barcelona taking on Slavia Prague. There's also a tasty looking tie between Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund on the menu which you won't want to miss.
Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow. Bye bye!
Harry Kane scored twice as Tottenham thrashed Red Star Belgrade 5-0 and ease the pressure on under-fire boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Spurs, beaten 7-2 by Bayern Munich in its previous Champions League match, is up to second in Group B.
Kane, whose team lost at Brighton and then drew against Watford in its two games after the Bayern thrashing, says this win sets Spurs up nicely for a trip to Liverpool at the weekend.
We know we have had a tough run of results and that was the perfect way to respond.
"We wanted to come out of the blocks and press high. Of course we needed to score early on but we were ruthless in front of goal and got the clean sheet as well.
"The most important thing was the win. To win 5-0 was exactly what we needed.
"We've got a long way to go. Hopefully we can build on this. Liverpool is a tough game coming up, obviously they have started the season fantastic, but hopefully we can win that game."
Kane was talking to BT Sport.
Raheem Sterling hit a hat-trick in Manchester City's 5-1 win over Atalanta to make it three wins out of three in Group C.
The England star helped his side come from a goal down with Sergio Aguero also scoring twice to maintain City's perfect record.
But Sterling says he should have scored more after missing a late opportunity.
This is what he told BT Sport:
It was difficult with them going man for man, it was tough to get space. But we had to stay patient, wait for a chance and take them when they came.
"I should have had four. They put me through and I was looking to put one on a plate for Riyad Mahrez. But I went through and should have finished it."
There's been a lot of excitement about the prospect of Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling partnering up at next year's European Championship finals for England.
The two have struck up an impressive understanding during qualifying with Gareth Southgate's side scoring for fun.
Tonight they were both back on the goal trail for their club sides with Sterling hitting a hat-trick for Manchester City and Kane grabbing two for Tottenham.
Both men are in tremendous form as the statistics suggest.
Sterling now has eight goals in his past eight games for club and country. Kane has eight in his past nine for Spurs and England.
After his hat-trick for PSG against Club Brugge tonight, it looks like Kylian Mbappe is in pretty good company.
That’s the full time whistle!
What a night. Goals, goals and more goals.
Here’s how it all finished.
Group A: Club Brugge 0-5 Paris Saint-Germain, Galatasaray 0-1 Real Madrid
Group B: Olympiacos 2-3 Bayern Munich, Tottenham 5-0 Red Star Belgrade
Group C: Shakhtar Donetsk 2-2 Dinamo Zagreb, Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta
Group D: Atletico Madrid 1-0 Bayer Leverkusen, Juventus 2-1 Lokomotiv Moscow.
Manchester City's Phil Foden has been sent off after picking up two yellow cards.
It shouldn't make too much of a difference to City though as it leads Atalanta 5-1.
He's been on the field of play for 30 minutes and Kylian Mbappe has hit a hat-trick.
It's three goals in 22 minutes for the French World Cup winning star, each of them showing just why he's so highly-rated.
His third was an expertly taken finish after being played clean through on goal.
Brugge look like they've seen a ghost.
Club Brugge 0-5 PSG
Would you believe it?
Juventus has turned this tie on its head with two goals in three minutes from Paulo Dybala.
The Argentine striker reacts quickest inside the penalty area and fires home from close range.
Juventus 2-1 Lokomotiv Moscow