The 2023/2024 UEFA Champions League kicked off this evening with eight games, here is a summary for Tuesday September 19.
AC MILAN 0-0 NEWCASTLE
AC Milan hosted Newcastle at the San Siro on matchday one of this seasons UEFA Champions League.
Milan dominated proceedings but failed to find a way past Nick Pope in goal for Newcastle United who were playing their first UCL game in 20-years
YOUNG BOYS 1-3 RB LIEPZIG
It took RB Liepzig three minutes to get the first goal of this seasons Champions League, through youngster Mohammed Simakan.
The Germans will put in a good shift to start with a win.
FEYENORD 2-0 CELTIC
A dramatic game in Netherlands saw visting Celtic FC reduced to nine as Feyenord bagged a win to open their campaign.
LAZIO 1-1 ATLETICO DE MADRID
Lazio FC goalkeeper Ivan Provedel scored to snatch a point in the final moments of this match to deny Atletico Madrid FC a win.
PSG 2-0 DORTMUND
Second half goals from Kylian Mbappe and his close pal, Hakimi were enough to guide PSG past German Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund.
MAN CITY 3-1 CRVENA ZVERZDA
The Champions were stunned at halftime as their visitors from Belgrade led 0-1.
Pep Guardiola’s men returned from the changing room like a house on fire to secure a comeback through a Julian Alvarez brace and a strike from last seasons Champions League final match winner Rodri.
FC BARCELONA 5-0 ANTWERP
A comfortable win it was for FC Barcelona.
Xavi Hernandez will be happy with the form of Joao Felix who was on the scoresheet again to inspire a big win. The biggest of the day.
SHAKHTAR DONETSK 1-3 FC PORTO
A magnificent first half performance from FC Porto was all they needed to gun down Shakhtar Donestk on Tuesday night.
A great start to the campaign for the Portuguese giants.
Action continues tomorrow, Wednesday September 20, with eight games to complete matchday one.
UCL FIXTURES FOR 20TH SEPTEMBER
Galatasaray vs Copenhagen (17:45)
Real Madrid vs Union Berlin (17:45)
Bayern vs Man United (20:00)
Sevilla vs Lens (20:00)
Arsenal vs PSV Eindhoven (20:00)
Braga vs Napoli (20:00)
Benfica vs Salzburg (20:00)
Real Sociedad vs Inter (20:00)