A star was well and truly born on Tuesday night as Ansu Fati became the youngest goalscorer in the history of the Champions League.
Here's a quick whip around to see what went down around Europe last night.
🇬🇼 Fati breaks Inter hearts
Guinea-Bissau teenager Ansu Fati scored in the 86th minute to give a second-string Barca side a 2-1 win in the San Siro which relegates Antonio Conte's Inter side to the Europa League at the start of 2020. This will surely not be the last dramatic winner scored by Fati in what promises to be a long and illustrious career.
🐝 Dortmund scrape into the last 16
A stunner from Julian Brandt sends the black & yellows into the knockout phase of the competition in unlikely fashion, after Jadon Sancho's early opener was cancelled out by Slavia Prague. Dortmund's 2-1 win over the Czech side, coupled with Inter's late defeat to Barca, means that the German side advances.
😿 2019 semifinalists Ajax dumped out in the groups
The fairytale turned into a nightmare for Ajax as beaten-semifinalists last season failed to advance from this season's group. The Dutch side was in complete control against Valencia until the visitors scored against the run of play on 24 minutes, and Ajax never recovered.
✅ Tuesday's results
- Dortmund 2-1 Slavia Prague
- Inter 1-2 Barcelona
- Lyon 2-2 RB Leipzig
- Benfica 3-0 Zenit
- Chelsea 2-1 Lille
- Ajax 0-1 Valencia
- RB Salzburg 0-2 Liverpool
- Napoli 4-0 Genk
🖊 Champions League Group wraps
Liverpool wins the group with Napoli qualifying as runners-up. RB Salzburg drops down to the Europa League.
Barcelona wins the group with Dortmund qualifying as runners-up. Inter drops down to the Europa League.
RB Leipzig wins the group with Lyon qualifying as runners-up. Benfica drops down to the Europa League.
Valencia wins the group with Chelsea qualifying as runners-up. Ajax drops down to the Europa League.
We're back in Champions League action tonight where more thrills and spills are guaranteed.
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