Emotional night from Champions League matches!
Perfect football night started the Champions League 2016/17.
Barcelona confirmed that is still one of the best with winning 7-0 against Celtic. Hat-trick from Messi, double score from Suarez and one goal for Neymar and Iniesta were enough to destroy Celtic defend.
Also Bayern Munchen confirmed that they will still be one of the most favorites teams to win this season Champions League. In their first match they easly won 5-0 against Russian side Rostov with the goals of Levandowski, Muller, Bernat and double score by Kimmich.
Italian team Napoli won as guest in Kiev against Dynamo Kiev with a result 2-1. After they were losing 1-0 with the goal of Garmash, the Italians made a turnover with double score of Milik in the first half and they kept the result until end of the match.
In Swiss there could be a surprise by Bulgarian team Ludogoreds that were winning the first half with 1-0 with the goal of Jonathan Cafu, and this defeat was stopped in the 80 minute with the goal of Steffen and the final score ended 1-1.
The toughest match of the evening was PSG against Arsenal which ended draw. The first goal was scored by the french side in the first minute of the game by Cavani. The second half started with real pressure from Arsenal and this gave results in the 78 minutes with the perfect shot from Alexis Sanchez. The match ended 1-1 and seemed to be fair result for both sides.
In Holland were playing PSV against Atletico Madrid and the match ended 1-0 for the Spanish side with the goal of Saul in the 43 minutes from the first half. PSV had a penalty in the 45+2 min on the same half but Guardado missed the chance to draw.
Benfica missed the chance to win the game against Turkish side Besiktas who scored the goal in 88 min by Talisca and made equal 1-1. The goal for Benfica was scored by Cervi in the 12 minute from the first half.
Perfect night with 22 scored goals in seven matches of eight matches that were planned because the match between Manchester City and Borrusia Monchengladbach was postponed.