Big wins, hat-tricks and drama abounded on the opening night of UEFA Champions League Matchday 3'.
All Tuesday night results
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Lokomotiv 1-1 Atlético
Lokomotiv goalkeeper Guilherme made a number of nice saves to disappoint Atlético', especially João Félix', and gain his side of the spoils. José María Giménez put the guests ahead only seven minutes in the first half, Anton Miranchuk''s mid-kick equalized the scores.
important status : Atlético has won the longest streak in the tournament in each of their last five Champions League games since seven games between September 2009 and October 2013.
Salzburg 2-6 Bayern
Leroy Sané''s last goals, runner-up Robert Lewandowski and Lucas Hernández round off Bayern''s journey with Salzburg. The draw seemed to lean in the hosts' favour, when Masaya Okugawa coldly entered the game for 2-2 minutes after leaving the bench in the second half. The European champions, however, found four more goals to secure a major victory.
key stat : Bayern have now won 14 Champions League games in a row.
Shakhtar 0-6 Monchengladbach
An Alassane Pléa hat-trick – his first goal in the competition – helped Gladbach''s biggest win in the Champions League'. Pléa''s early finish and long-range stunner scored Valeriy Bondar''s own goal and Ramy Bensebaini''s head-cage 4-0 as Lars Stindl finished fifth, Pléa's treble.
lock stat : In his first match in September 1970', Gladbach equalized his biggest away win in the European Cup with a 6-0' at EPA Larnaca'.
Real Madrid 3-2 Inter
Rodrygo came out of the bench to mark Madrid's first victory of the campaign. The hosts appeared in a relaxed courtesy of Karim Benzema''s opening and Sergio Ramos header, but only for Inter''s return with Lautaro Martínez''s smooth finish. Ivan Perišić then improved in the mid-second period, but the home side should not be denied.
key stat : Ramos's target was 100th for Merengues.
Manchester City 3-0 Olympiacos
Goals from Ferrán Torres, Gabriel Jesus and João Cancelo' helped City' continue their excellent start. The Spanish international opened fire after a nice move with City' dominating the first half, but after the break it was a different story. But Olympiacos struggled to create a chance for a mark before Jesus clinched a perfect late finish and Cancelo curled up in third.
important status : Isa has netted six times in the last five matches of the Champions League.
Porto 3-0 Marseille
Porto boosted their hopes for progress as they were three points behind from third place with a comfortable victory over Marseille. Moussa Marega and captain Sérgio Oliveira scored for Marseille both sides who missed a penalty in the first half Dimitri Payet. Luis Díaz finished off a team move that worked well to seal the victory.
key stat : Marseille broke the record for most consecutive defeats in the Champions League (12 with Anderlecht).
Midtjylland 1-2 Ajax
All goals came in the first 18 minutes in Denmark, with Antony putting the visitors ahead in the first 60 seconds before Dušan Tadić was smashed 12 minutes later. Anders Dreyer quickly brought the home team back into the debate with the first group goal, but Midtjylland failed to find a second and slipped into their third defeat.
key stat : Tadić has scored in the last four matches of Ajax' in all competitions.
Atalanta 0-5 Liverpool
Diogo Jota scored a hat-trick as Liverpool scored three wins in Bergamo with three wins. The in-form Portugal striker scored two goals in the first half, then added the final three goals in the eight minutes of the second half – Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané along with the others for a handsome victory.
key stat : Jota has so far scored three hat-tricks in their last eight European games.
The reverse links of all these matches will be held on Wednesday, November 25th.