Salzburg vs Genk, 6-2
This is the match of the night!
19 Year Old Wonder Kid Haaland in a hat trick for Salzburg
Home boy Erling Braut Haaland first half hat trick, starting in the 2nd mins into the game, then at the 34th and then 45th sent Genk players reeling, even at 62 per cent ball possession to host’s 38 per cent.
But Haaland made the difference, harassing the visitors’ goalmouth at intervals with good dribbling skills. At 10.0 rating, he had just bagged his fourth hat trick of the season for Red Bull Salzburg, on his Champions League debut. That’s 17 goals in nine games now for him.
The 19-year-old Salzburg striker is son of former Nottingham Forest, Leeds and Man City defender Alf-Inge .
Earlier, the young star had caused a stir when he scored nine goals as Norway thrashed Honduras 12-0 at the Fifa Under-20 World Cup in Poland in May.
Inter vs Slavia
In their match with Slavia, Inter saved themselves from home defeat when a goal mouth scramble from a free kick that hit the cross bar rebounded into the yard box and Barella fired the shot into the through the crowd into the net at 90+3, few minutes into stoppage.
Slavia had scored in the 64th minute after goalie palmed a saved ball into Olyanika’s path and he wasted no time to fire in the ball.
Lyon vs Zenith
Lyon and Zenith ended 1-1, with the visitors scoring first at 42nd min before half time, while the host equalized in the 52nd min through a Depay penalty.
Ajax vs Lille, 3-0
Ajax first half at 18 min and second half at 50th min and then in the 62nd min made it 3-0 from goals by Alvarez and Promes and Tagliafico
Chelsea vs Valencia, 1-0
Berkely blows away Chesea’s golden chance in a missed penalty in the 87th min
Chelsea’s Ross Barkely had the chance in the, 87th min, a golden opportunity to draw level against Valencia and lost the penalty kick. He ballooned the ball over the bar and the visitor who scored through a Rodrigo shot in the 74th min took the game.
Napoli vs Liverpool, 2-0
Mane cannot believe his eyes
Just when Liverpool were trying to recover from a penalty goal, world defender Virgil van Djikl made a costly mistake which former Tottenham man Fernando Llorente pounced on and scored the winning goal for the host, making it 2-0 against the defending champion, Liverpool Mane’s photo tells the full story.
Dortmund, vs Barcelona, 0-0
Barca keeper Ter Stegen saved the day for the visitors when he saved Reus’ penalty, after Semendo brought down Sancho.
Barca and Dortmund in a ding-ding affair