- Freak Marcus Rashford free kick sees Manchester United leave Lisbon with a win that extends their 100% start to the Champions League campaign.
- On his Champions League debut, 18-year-old Benfica goalkeeper Mile Svilar carried the striker's free-kick back into his own net.
- Jose Mourinho given another injury headache with Rashford forced off late on.
- Bayern Munich cruise past Celtic with Thomas Muller, Joshua Kimmich and Mats Hummels on the score sheet.
- Lionel Messi scores 100th goal for Barcelona in Uefa competition in comfortable win over Olympiakos at the Nou Camp.
- Juventus rely on late Mario Mandzukic winner to get past Sporting CP.
- Cavani, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar all on the score sheet as PSG hammer Anderlecht.
United maintain their 100% record in the Champions League. Marcus Rashford's freak goal has sealed a fairly easy win for them tonight and they march towards automatic qualification - although an injury for the 19-year-old could sour their evening a bit.
It was probably the dullest game of the night, but Jose won't mind. Here is how things ended up elsewhere in Europe tonight.
CSKA Moscow 0-2 Basel
Anderlecht 0-4 Paris Saint-Germain
Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic
Chelsea 3-3 Roma
Juventus 2-1 Sporting CP
Barcelona 3-1 Olympiakos
Full-time: Benfica 0-1 Manchester United
Lukaku takes the resulting free kick but hammers it straight into the wall. That should be that here...
Benfica will finish this match with 10 men with Luisao shown his second yellow card. Lukaku is dispossessed and McTominay races onto the loose ball only to be cleaned out by the late challenge from the veteran defender. It's an easy decision and thankfully for United, McTominay is straight back up onto his feet.
RED CARD - Luisao (Benfica)
And here it comes, the 21-year-old midfielder s onto replace Mkhitaryan.
Four minutes of time added on, Scott McTominay might get on at some stage to run that clock down.
Angel di Maria makes if four for PSG with a cheeky chip over Sels. This has been over for a while.
Goal! Anderlecht 0-4 Paris Saint-Germain (Angel di Maria, 88)
Juventus have taken the lead with just over five minutes remaining in Turin and Mario Mandzukic is the man on the spot, converting Douglas Costa's cross with a fine diving header.
Goal! Juventus 2-1 Sporting (Mario Mandzukic, 84)
That's a decent chance for Benfica. They float a corner into the box with defender Ruben Diaz waiting unmarked. Instead of heading it, he leaps to connect with a volley but scoops it well over the bar.
Juan Mata's evening is over, Jesse Lingard comes onto replace him for the final 10 minutes.
Almost an instant impact from Martial, he ghosts past Grimaldo to dart inside the box but with Lukaku waiting in the middle he opts for goal himself and is denied at the near post.
That's a big shame for Rashford and another injury blow for United. As ridiculous as their goal was, it was intelligent play from the striker. About five minutes before that goal it was the 19-year-old who tested Svilar from a series of corners, almost scoring directly from one as he tried to exposed the goalkeeper's weakness. Having identified the problem, he tried it again from that free kick and was rewarded.
United have a problem here. Rashford, who has been excellent in the second half, is down and he immediately takes his shin pad off. He limps off and Anthony Martial will come onto replace him.
The goals are starting to fly in again; Lucas Digne has scored his first in this competition, drilling home from just inside the box after Messi's cross evaded just about everyone put him.
Neymar is also in on the act against Anderlecht and it another free kick. Him, Messi and Rashford have scored one in the last five minutes - Rashford's was a different, mind.
Goal! Anderlecht 0-3 Paris Saint-Germain (Neymar, 64)
Goal! Barcelona 3-0 Olympiakos (Lucas Digne, 62)
United have the lead and it is the most bizarre goal Marcus Rashford will ever score! Mile Svilar, the 18-year-old goalkeeper making his Champions League debut tonight, has been erratic on his line all night, refusing to come off his line for corners and living extremely dangerously on set pieces. He's paid the price this time; Rashford loops a fairly harmless cross into the box which Svilar goes to catch, but ends up backpeddling with and taking it into the net with him!
Goal! Benfica 0-1 Manchester United (Marcus Rashford, 64)
Lionel Messi scores his 100th goal for Barcelona in Uefa competitions and he has done it in style, netting a superb free kick to double his side's lead.
Goal! Barcelona 2-0 Olympiakos (Lionel Messi, 61)
Here's Benfica's first change of the evening with Pizzi replaced by Zivkovic.