Champions League scores, standings: Ronaldo goes off, Liverpool held, Spurs and City win

The Champions League Matchday 2 is half way over after some wild matches on Tuesday which produced 23 goals. 


Real Madrid 3, Borussia Dortmund 1
Sevilla 3, Maribor 0 
Tottenham 3, APOEL 0
Manchester City 2, Shakhtar Donetsk 0  
Napoli 3, Feyenoord 1  
Porto 3, Monaco 0 
Besiktas 2, RB Leipzig 0 
Spartak Moscow 1, Liverpool 1

Ronaldo's big day

Cristiano Ronaldo just doesn't stop in the UCL. He scored two more goals on Tuesday, as Christian Pulisic and company remain on zero points.

Kane dominant

Harry Kane scored all three goals for the Spurs, who find themselves in amazing shape in their group.

De Bruyne's sensational strike

Manchester City earned the victory thanks to this great hit from Kevin De Bryune early in the first half. 

Bale's brilliant opener

Real Madrid jumped out to a 1-0 lead at Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday in the Champions League group stage, thanks to the brilliance of Gareth Bale. The Welshman was on the end of a pass from Dani Carvajal in the 18th minute, and did this:

That's world class. He didn't need to settle, and all he did was put in away and leave the goalkeeper frozen. What a golazo. 

Coutinho scores first UCL goal

Liverpool bounced back from a slow start at Spartak Moscow to earn a 1-1 draw, and Philippe Coutinho was the reason why. The Brazilian scored a sublime goal for the Reds, his first ever for the club in the UCL. Take a peak:

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