Maccabi Haifa 0-0 PSG: Kylian Mbappe is sent through for another by Haifa goalkeeper Joshua Cohen and ends up shooting straight at the home team’s last line of defence. Messi was in there but chose not to square the ball to his teammate.
Juventus 1-0 Benfica: Filip Kostic curls a low volley wide of the far post, wasting a great chance to double Juve’s lead.
Group F: Celtic failed to build on a dominant start to their Champions League campaign against Shakhtar Donetsk as they were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw in Poland.
Real Madrid 0-0 RB Leipzig: Thibaut Courtois is forced into action early against RB Leipzig, getting down quickly to save a low drive from Christopher Nkunku, which should have scored.
Juventus 1-0 Benfica: Arcadiusz Milik heads home Leandro Paredes’ free-kick which is taken wide on the right to give Juventus an early lead against Benfica in Turin.
Maccabi Haifa 0-0 Paris Saint-Germain: Cutting in from the left in a one-on-one with Maccabi Haifa goalkeeper Joshua Cohen, Kylian Mbappe fires over the bar when your home bet would have scored.
Rangers v Napoli: A group of Union Bears fans have organized a commemorative choreography for the Queen, and there is a Union Jack tifo featuring her silhouette behind one of the goals at Ibrox. Everyone present will observe a moment of silence, before the fans hear a rendition of God Save The King.
Chelsea v RB Salzburg: As a mark of respect to the late Queen Elizabeth II, RB Salzburg travelers have walked from Earl’s Court to Stamford Bridge in complete silence.
As a sign of disobedience to the recently deceased monarch, Celtic fans unfurled a few disrespectful flags at the end of their match against Shakhtar Donetsk in Warsaw. No doubt we will hear plenty more about both signs in the coming days.
Group E: Olivier Giroud, Alexis Saelemaekers and Tomasso Pobega got the goals as the Serie A champions did business against their Croatian counterparts.
Group F: Celtic dominated for long periods of the match in Warsaw, where they missed several golden chances to take all three points from their Ukrainian “hosts”.
Shakhtar Donetsk 1-1 Celtic: Despite long spells of second-half dominance by Celtic, it’s still all right in Warsaw, where Ange Postecoglou’s side have squandered a number of great chances to bag themselves a winner. Like last week, their versatility in front of goal has come at a cost. They are in extra time…
Chelsea v RB Salzburg: Graham Potter begins his tenure as Chelsea head coach by making a change to their game against RB Salzburg. A week on from Thomas Tuchel’s sack following Chelsea’s 1-0 win against Dinamo Zagreb, Potter recalls defenders Thiago Silva and Marc Cucurella, as well as midfielder Jorginho.
Ben Chilwell, Wesley Fofana and Kalidou Koulibaly drop to the bench where, for whatever reason, goalkeeper Edouard Mendy seems to be nowhere of late.
AC Milan 3-1 Dinamo Zagreb: Tommaso Pobega restored AC Milan’s two-goal cushion at the San Siro with 13 minutes of normal time remaining.
Juventus: Perin, Bremer, Bonucci, Danilo, Cuadrado, McKennie, Paredes, Miretti, Kostic, Milik, Vlahovic.
Subsidiaries: De Sciglio, Gatti, Kean, Di Maria, Pinsoglio, Rugani, Soule, Garofani, Fagioli, Barbieri.
Benfica: Vlachodimos, Bah, Otamendi, Silva, Grimaldo, Florentino, Jeremias, Neres, Rafa Silva, Joao Mario, Goncalo Ramos.
Subsidiaries: Aursnes, Goncalves, Pinho, Chiquinho, Ristic, Brooks, Musa, Araujo, Bernardo, Helton Leite, Draxler, Gilberto.
Rangers: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Sands, Barisic, Jack, Lundstram, Arfield, Davis, Kent, Morelos.
Subsidiaries: Yilmaz, Colak, Matondo, Kamara, Scott Wright, Davies, McCrorie, Sakala, King, Devine, Tillman, Budinaukas.
Naples: Meret, Di Lorenzo, Rrahmani, Kim, Mario Rui, Zambo, Lobotka, Zielinski, Politano, Simeone, Kvaratskhelia.
Subsidiaries: Juan Jesus, Elmas, Idasiak, Olivera, Zerbin, Sirigu, Ostigard, Zanoli, Gaetano, Raspadori, Ndombele.
AC Milan 2-1 Dinamo Zagreb: Mislav Orsic has pulled one back for the visitors at the San Siro, where AC Milan still lead on the odd goal from three.
Maccabi Haifa: Cohen, Sundgren, Batubinsika, Goldberg, Cornud, Chery, Lavi, Abu Fani, Atzili, Pierrot, Haziza.
Subsidiaries: Mohamed, Tchibota, Menachem, Rukavytsya, Arad, David, Meir, Seck, Levi, Eliyahu, Gershon, Mishpati.
Paris Saint-Germain: Donnarumma, Mukiele, Sergio Ramos, Marquinhos, Nuno Mendes, Verratti, Danilo Pereira, Vitinha, Messi, Mbappe, Neymar.
Subsidiaries: Hakimi, Fabian, Bernat, Sergio Rico, Sarabia, Carlos Soler, Bitshiabu, Záir Emery, Ekitike, Letellier.
Referee: Daniel Siebert (Germany)
City of Manchester: Ederson, Stones, Akanji, Ake, Joao Cancelo, De Bruyne, Rodri, Gundogan, Mahrez, Haaland, Grealish.
Subsidiaries: Dias, Phillips, Ortega, Alvarez, Bernardo Silva, Gomez, Carson, Foden, Palmer, Lewis, Wilson-Esbrand.
Borussia Dortmund: Meyer, Meunier, Sule, Hummels, Guerreiro, Ozcan, Can, Bellingham, Reus, Modeste, Reyna.
Subsidiaries: Schlotterbeck, Hazard, Wolf, Moukoko, Brandt, Male, Adeyemi, Passlack, Rothe, Unbehaun, Coulibaly.
Referee: Daniele Orsato (Italy)
FC Copenhagen: Ryan, Diks, Khocholava, Vavro, Kristiansen, Zeca, Stamenic, Jensen, Johannesson, Daramy, Claesson.
Subsidiaries: Sorensen, Lerager, Mukairu, Oskarsson, Jelert, Boilesen, Johnsson, Karamoko, Arnar Haraldsson, Bardghji, Dithmer.
Seville: Dmitrovic, Carmona, Gudelj, Salas, Alex Telles, Rakitic, Fernando, Delaney, Lamela, En-Nesyri, Isco.
Subsidiaries: Rekik, Dolberg, Suso, Jordan, Januzaj, Mir, Bounou, Kouassi, Jesus Navas, Acuna, Gomez, Flores.
Referee: Irfan Peljto (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
Chelsea: Arrizabalaga, James, Azpilicueta, Thiago Silva, Cucurella, Kovacic, Jorginho, Mount, Havertz, Aubameyang, Sterling.
Subsidiaries: Pulisic, Loftus-Cheek, Bettinelli, Chalobah, Broja, Zakaria, Chilwell, Ziyech, Gallagher, Koulibaly, Chukwuemeka, Fofana.
Red Bull Salzburg: Kohn, Dedic, Bernardo, Pavlovic, Ulmer, Capaldo, Seiwald, Kjaergaard, Sucic, Fernando, Okafor.
Subsidiaries: Mantl, van der Bremp, Piatkowski, Baidoo, Kameri, Adamu, Koita, Simic, Diarra, Gourna-Douath, Sesko, Walke.
Referee: Ivan Kruzliak (Slovakia)
AC Milan 2-0 Dinamo Zagreb: A flurry of goals either side of half-time put AC Milan in a dominant position against their Croatian visitors. Alexis Saelemaekers gave the Italian champions two minutes of the game after the restart.
Real Madrid: Courtois, Carvajal, Rudiger, Nacho, Alaba, Modric, Tchouameni, Camavinga, Valverde, Rodrygo, Vinicius Junior.
Subsidiaries: Vallejo, Hazard, Kroos, Asensio, Lunin, Odriozola, Ceballos, Mendy, Mariano, Lopez.
RB Leipzig: Gulacsi, Simakan, Orban, Diallo, Raum, Haidara, Schlager, Nkunku, Forsberg, Szoboszlai, Werner.
Subsidiaries: Poulsen, Andre Silva, Blaswich, Halstenberg, Gvardiol, Novoa, Henrichs, Kampl.
Referee: Maurizio Mariani (Italy)
AC Milan 1-0 Dinamo Zagreb: Olivier Giroud gave AC Milan a half-time lead against Dinamo Zagreb at the San Siro, scoring from the spot just before the break.
Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund: “Pep Guardiola is not worried about the prospect of a pile-up of games later in the season. Manchester City’s game against Tottenham last weekend was postponed following the Queen’s death and their trip to Arsenal on October 19 has been moved.
Rangers v Napoli: “Giovanni van Bronckhorst has challenged his Rangers players to respond to the scathing criticism that followed the win over Napoli when he visits Ibrox,” writes Ewan Murray.
Chelsea v RB Salzburg: Graham Potter will attend his first ever Champions League game tonight, where he will have one of the best seats in the house as he takes charge of the hosts at Stamford Bridge for the first time since being poached from Brighton.
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Four British teams are in action in tonight’s nine Champions League group games, with Chelsea, Manchester City, Rangers and Celtic all playing in their second round of group games.
After losing to Real Madrid last week, the Scottish champions are in the Polish capital Warsaw, where their opponents, Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk, are playing their Champions League home games. In one of two kick-offs tonight, Ange Postecoglou’s team currently … Meanwhile in Group E, AC Milan hosts Dinamo Zagreb at the San Siro, where the score …
We’ll keep you up to date on all the goals as they make their way around Europe, stay across all the big talking points and react after the game but in the meantime keep an eye on the team for team news and assemble before our 8pm (BST) kick-offs.