Champions League: Robert Lewandowski makes Champions League history; Dybala upstages Ronaldo
What a night of action!
Robert Lewandowski hit four, Bayern hit six, PSG stunned Real and a ball boy got a hug from Jose Mourinho.
Make sure you join us on Wednesday for more action with Liverpool and Barcelona both in action.
In the meantime, have a read of Dominic Rech's take on that sensational Paulo Dybala goal for Juventus. You can read that here.
See you tomorrow for more Champions League drama. Until then, goodbye.
Oh, go on then.
What a start Hansi Flick has made to life as interim head coach of Bayern Munich.
Played four, won four, scored 16, conceded none.
Oh, and he's got Robert Lewandowski scoring goal after goal after goal. What a player.
The Pole has 27 goals in 20 appearances for Bayern so far this campaign.
"It's all down to how incredibly professional he (Lewandowski) is and the way he trains," Flick told Sky Germany
"He is always doing extra sessions to improve. He's really on a run right now."
You can read all about Lewandowski's astonishing numbers right here courtesy of Matias Grez's article.
Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho was delighted with his players after they fought back from two goals down to win 4-2 against Olympiacos and book a place in the last 16.
But it was an unlikely figure who was the hero of the night for Mourinho -- a Tottenham ball boy.
Mourinho walked down the touchline to embrace the boy after he had thrown the ball to Serge Aurier in rapid fashion, allowing Spurs to launch a lightning quick attack that ended with Harry Kane leveling at 2-2.
"I love intelligent ball boys like I was, and this kid today was brilliant," Mourinho told BT Sport. "He read the game, understands the game and made an important assist, an important moment for him and he will never forget it."
What a night for Paulo Dybala.
While everyone else was talking about Cristiano Ronaldo making history by becoming the competition's leading appearance maker for an outfield player, Dybala was busy planning a headline act of his very own.
The Juventus star scored an outrageous free-kick to give his side a 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid in Turin. When we say outrageous, we mean outrageous.
It's one of those goals that you'd love to try replicating in the park or the back yard -- let us know if you pull it off.
It has been a great night for Bayern's Robert Lewandowski but what about the team's interim manager Hansi Flick?
He's won all four of his games in charge since replacing Niko Kovac at the start of November with Bayern having scored 16 goals and conceded none.
That's a pretty impressive audition.
Will Flick get the job full time? Or will Bayern be tempted to try and lure Mauricio Pochettino to Germany after his departure from Tottenham?
More Bayern brilliance...
We're just catching our breath here, but here's what tonight's results mean in terms of qualification for the last 16 of the Champions League.
Group A: PSG will finish top of the group following a 2-2 draw at Real Madrid regardless of what happens in matchday six. Real must make do with second place.
Group B: Bayern has already won the group and goes through along with Tottenham, which will finish second after it beat Olympiacos. Spurs are in Munich next.
Group C: Manchester City will top the group and will be joined by either Shakhtar Donetsk, Dinamo Zagreb or Atalanta with all three teams still in with a chance.
Group D: Juventus has already sealed top spot and will be joined by either Atletico Madrid or Bayer Leverkusen. Atletico will progress if it beats Lokomotiv Moscow on December 11 but could be overtaken by Leverkusen if it fails to win and the German side shocks Juventus.
What a night for the Bayern Munich star.
He scored four goals in 14 minutes and 31 seconds as Bayern hit Red Star for six in Belgrade.
His quadruple was the fastest in Champions League history. He has now 27 goals in 20 games for Bayern this season. Frightening.
He is also just the second player to have scored 4+ goals in a Champions League game on more than one occasion, along with a certain Lionel Messi.