Bruges blurts PSG with Messi, Mbappé and Neymar, Liverpool and City gains

It was a night full of goals in the Champions League. Where Ajax won over Sporting Portugal, there was plenty to enjoy on the other fields as well. For example, a goal party ended at Manchester City – RB Leipzig in 6-3, Liverpool won 3-2 from AC Milan and Club Brugge held Paris Saint-Germain on a draw.
Manchester City РRB Leipzig 6-3Manchester City actually had the better of the game throughout the game, but made itself difficult over and over again against Jesse Marschs RB Leipzig. There seemed to be no dirt on the air in the first half hour: Nathan Ak̩ headed his team ahead and not much later Nordi Mukiele made it 2-0 with an incomprehensible own goal.

Nordi Mukiele 😳😳 The defender of RB Leipzig is so impressed by De Bruynes cross that he does intervene very curious 😅 #ZiggoSport #UCL #MCIRBL pic.twitter.com/xH9NesyzKR
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However, Christopher Nkunku made it 2-1 out of nowhere after 42 minutes. City had no message to it and before rest it stood 3-1, and Riyad Mahrez made the third of the night for The Citizens from the penalty spot.
After rest, it remained a spectacle. Nkunku scored the 3-2, a few minutes later Jack Grealish took his first Champions League hit for the 4-2, but Leipzig did not give up and Nkunku brought back the thrill over 15 minutes before time with his third goal of the evening. Again, the German team couldnt hope for a draw long: two minutes later João Cancelo made the 5-3.

BOOM! 💣 João Cancelo with the fifth (!) from Manchester City: 5-3 🤤 #ZiggoSport #UCL #MCIRBL pic.twitter.com/JHOdMAy4sE
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After the 5-3 Angeliño took his second yellow card, making it easy for City to play out the game. They even scored another goal: Gabriel Jesus took care of the final chord.
Club Bruges РParis Saint-Germain 1-1A stunt of Club Brugge, which starts the Champions League with a handsome 1-1 draw against Paris Saint-Germain. Mauricio Pochettino sent a vanguard with Neymar, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbapp̩ into the meadow, but to no avail. PSG started the game well: Ander Herrera made the 0-1 after fifteen minutes of play.
After about half an hour of play, Club Brugge came surprisingly at the same level. Hans Vanaken shot the ball snugly behind PSG goalkeeper Keylor Navas. In the remainder of the competition, the Belgian club remained remarkably easy to stand up against the star ensemble of PSG. A good start to the billion-dollar ball for Bruges.

Front assist Noa Lang 👉 assist Eduard Sobol 👉 Hans Vanaken ⚽ No walk in the park for PSG tonight 🤭 #ZiggoSport #UCL #BRUPAR pic.twitter.com/8F88TLkB5a
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Liverpool – AC Milan 3-2Liverpool was actually the better team against AC Milan throughout the game, but had every effort to distance themselves from the Italian opponent. The Reds quickly took the lead due to their own goal by Fikayo Tomori, but Mohamed Salah missed a penalty not much later. Milan smelled his chance just before rest and passed through: Ante Rebic and Brahim Díaz provided a 1-2 rest.
After the tea break, Liverpool resumed well. After three minutes of play, Salah made his mistake by making the 2-2 and Jordan Henderson took the winning hit halfway through the second half. He peaked the ball beautifully in the Milan goal for the 3-2.

Jordan Henderson 🚀 How do I get my team back in the lead? So, what a bang! 👏 #ZiggoSport #UCL #LIVMIL pic.twitter.com/I8Ob9ePN5S
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Other results: Internazionale РReal Madrid 0-1Atl̩tico Madrid РFC Porto 0-0