There were goals galore last night in the Champions League as some of Europe's elite players dazzled their fans.
Here are the highlights.
🇫🇷 Mbappé youngest-ever player to hit 15 UCL goals
The PSG superstar was the first teenager to score in a World Cup final since Brazilian legend Pelé, and now he's claimed a Champions League record from a modern-day great. He joins some pretty esteemed company.
🏴 Another Sterling display from Raheem and City
Pep's Man City side was far too strong for Atalanta last night, with a hat-trick and assist from Raheem Sterling and a brace of goals from Sergio Agüero. There was also an outstanding indvidual display from teenager Phil Foden and, although his evening was cut short by a late sending-off, it didn't detract from a night where he shone brightly with creativity and purpose.
We will definitely be seeing more of the gifted 18-year-old and his wand of a left foot as he grows into a City shirt.
🇦🇷 Dybala saves Juve's blushes
The Italian Champions trailed for much of their contest with Lokomotiv Moscow but in-form Argentine Paulo Dybala struck twice in quick succession to seal a win for Juventus. It will be encouraging for Maurizio Sarri, seeing goals come from sources other than Ronaldo.
🏴 Mauricio's men with a five-star display against Red Star
It's been a terrible couple of weeks for Tottenham Hotspur. A hammering at Brighton was followed by a last-gasp draw with bottom club Watford in the Premier League. Fans demanded a quick response against Red Star Belgrade and that's exactly what they got.
Harry Kane and Son heung-min both bagged braces, and Erik Lamela scored in his 200th appearance for the club. There was even a tattooed, shirtless Spurs fan braving the cold and we're sure that the result warmed him up a bit.
Follow Inter vs Dortmund tonight!