• Bayern Munich put three past Celtic at the Allianz Arena.
  • Paris Saint-Germain win comfortably in Belgium as Juventus seal late win over Sporting.
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  • 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.
Manchester United

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.

Not bad from Matic. Herrera cuts a pass inside for Matic who lets fly with an effort from a good 30 yards out but it flies just over the bar.

Rashford does well again down that left, shimmying inside to find Lukaku but the Belgian miscontrols the ball on the edge of the box and it allows Luisao into clear.

From that, Valencia is freed down the right in acres of space but his cut back into the box is placed just behind Lukaku. A huge waste, that.

Benfica have a free kick deep in the United half but they make a mess of it and it allows Rashford to spring his way right through the middle of them before Goncalves grabs his shoulders and hauls him to the ground. Clear yellow.

Bayern are positively cruising; Mats Hummels has just made it three after nodding past Gordon in the Celtic goal.

Goal! Bayern Munich 3-0 Celtic (Mats Hummels 52)

A bit more lively from United in the opening minute; Rashford makes a clever run down the left before eventually cutting an inviting ball back across the edge of the box which Herrera smashes well wide.

And we are back underway for the second half.

A pretty wretched first-half in Lisbon comes to a close. There have been goals everywhere else tonight but here. Here's how things look at half-time.

CSKA Moscow 0-1 Basel
Anderlecht 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain
Bayern Munich 2-0 Celtic
Chelsea 2-1 Roma
Juventus 1-1 Sporting CP
Barcelona 1-0 Olympiakos

Half-time: Benfica 0-1 Manchester United

PSG have doubled their lead in Belgium with all three members of their star-studded attack involved. Neymar drives inside the box and takes the shot on, only for Sels to parry it back out. It falls to Mbappe but he unselfishly nods the ball onto Cavani who heads home.

One minute of time added on in Lisbon.

I've lost count of the number of times United have been flagged offside today. Mata threads a fine ball down the left for Blind but he has moved too early again.

Goal! Anderlecht 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain (Edinson Cavani, 44)

Huge chance for United! The away side surge forward on the counter with Benfica's defence all at sea as Mkhitaryan races forward down the inside right. He cuts inside, with Lukaku sprinting through the middle to offer him support but the Armenian takes the shot on himself, smashing a wretched effort high and wide that doesn't trouble the goalkeeper.

And it is dealt with comfortably by Herrera.

Antonio Valencia picks up United's first yellow, sticking out his hand to try and push Grimaldo away with the Benfica hitting the deck in spectacular fashion. A chance for the home side to swing in a dangerous cross, here.

Matic almost back to haunt his former side! The Serbian drives into the box with a powerful run, breezing past his marker before shooting low across goal but the Benfica goalkeeper reacts well to save.

Excellent defending from Ruben Diaz who denies Rashford an easy tap in! Lukaku turns provider, whipping a superb ball across goal from the left but the young defender gets their first to hook it away.

Blind and Mata work some space down the left with the Dutchman swinging a dangerous ball intowards Lukaku and Rashford. The ball reaches the latter but it a difficult ball to control and he heads over the bar.

Bayern have doubled their lead in Germany and it looks like it is going to be another tough old evening for Celtic. Joshua Kimmich has doubled their lead, beating Gordon with a fine looping header.

Juventus meanwhile have levelled things up in Turin thanks to Pjanic, who nets a beauty of a free kick from 25 yards out.

Goal! Bayern Munich 2-0 Celtic (Joshua Kimmich 30)

Goal! Juventus 1-1 Sporting (Miralem Pjanic, 30)

Goal! CSKA Moscow 0-1 Basel (Xhaka, 29)

Douglas' rampaging run down the right is picked out and he is able to pick out an inviting ball into the box that Lindelof manages to knock away. The Portuguese side are looking dangerous coming forward at the moment; totally different to the side that was beaten by CSKA Moscow and Basel.

United have looked fairly woeful out there so far tonight. It's all very disjointed with plenty of sloppy passes all round. Lukaku is barely getting a sniff.

Bayern and Barcelona are both up and running tonight. Thomas Muller is the man in the right place at the right time, poking him from close range after Gordon has kept out Lewandowski's effort. Kieran Tierney maybe guilty of sleeping there.

Barcelona's opener meanwhile has come thanks to an own goal, with Nikolaou poking Deulofeu's cross past his own goalkeeper.

Goal! Barcelona 1-0 Olympiakos (Nikolaou 18 o.g)

Goal! Bayern Munich 1-0 Celtic (Thomas Muller, 17)

Lukaku hits the bar! It wouldn't have counted anyway; the Belgian was judged to have fouled the Benfica goalkeeper as he challenges for Rashford's excellent corner.

Great chance for Benfica! Grimaldo does brilliantly down the left, skipping past a couple of challenges before sliding a fine ball across goal. Salvio is racing in from the opposite flank but under pressure from Smalling he smashes is effort well wide.

Mile Svilar in the Benfica goal is down. The evergreen Julio Cesar is on the bench waiting to replace the man half his age if need be.

Juventus' week lurches from bad to downright terrible - they are a goal down inside 15 minutes at home to Sporting with Sandro putting past his own goalkeeper.

Goal! Juventus 0-1 Sporting (Alex Sandro own goal, 14)

Benfica surge forward on a decent break with Eduardo Salvio's dangerous cross in from the right just about cleared over the bar by Herrera. Benfica get the corner.

Matic knocks a clever ball through for Mata who has found a pocket of space between the Benfica defenders but is just a yard offside as the ball comes into his feet.

Luisao has picked up the first yellow card of the evening, he is judged to have swung an elbow on Mkhitaryan, who is left floored clutching his jaw.

Mile Svilar's first touch in the Champions League is a belter; he races out of his goal to clear a ball away with a stooping diving header. Superb.

PSG aren't waiting around, they've taken the lead inside four minutes with Mbappe combining neatly with Marco Verratti before drilling a low effort underneath Sels.

Goal! Anderlecht 0-1 Paris Saint-Germain (Kylian Mbappe, 3)

And we are off and underway.

The Estádio da Luz looks half-empty ahead of kick-off. Maybe the rain in Lisbon has put a few people off. That, or conceding seven and losing both of their games in this competition so far.

Five minutes until kick-off in Lisbon, here's another look at the Manchester United side Jose Mourinho has picked tonight.

Manchester United team to face Benfica: De Gea, Valencia, Lindelof, Smalling, Blind, Herrera, Matic, Mata, Mkhitaryan, Rashford, Lukaku

Subs: Romero, Darmian, Jones, McTominay, Lingard, Young, Martial

Speaking to BT Sport ahead of kick-off, Jose Mourinho has just let it slip that Phil Jones is injured. The England international is on the bench tonight with Victor Lindelof in to start ahead of him.

Romelu Lukaku

This man has three goals from his first two appearances in the Champions League. After drawing a blank against Liverpool, can he rediscover that scoring touch tonight?

Luke Shaw made the journey to Lisbon for tonight's match but he doesn't make the final cut; left out of Jose Mourinho's 18-man squad.

Luke Shaw

Ivan Rakitic drops to the bench for Barcelona tonight with Paulinho starting ahead of the Croatia international. Jordi Alba remains out with Lucas Digne coming in at left-back with Gerard Deulofeu joining Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez in attack.

Alvaro Morata starts for Chelsea this evening; follow all the build up for their clash against Roma right here.

Scott Brown has recovered from injury and is back in the Celtic starting XI tonight. Cristian Gamboa comes in at right-back as part of a defensive reshuffle that sees Mikael Lustig moving inside with Jozo Simunovic missing out through injury.

Jupp Heynckes leads Bayern Munich for his first game back in the Champions League since winning it in 2013. Here's the side he's picked for Celtic tonight.

Benfica line up with 18-year-old goalkeeper Mile Svilar in their starting XI but Jonas, who has nine goals in eight league games this season, misses out.

Jose Mourinho makes four changes to the side that held Liverpool to a draw on Saturday. Victor Lindelof starts for the third consecutive Champions League game, coming into replace Phil Jones against his former club alongside Chris Smalling who retains his place in the starting XI. Matteo Darmian meanwhile makes way for Daley Blind at left-back.

Ashley Young, who started on the right wing at Anfield, drops out of the starting XI with a well-rested Juan Mata taking his place in attack. Marcus Rashford this time is given the nod on the left of that attack over Anthony Martial, with the Frenchman taking a seat on the bench.

It's not a very inspiring bench at a glance, with Martial the only real game-changer there should things not go to plan tonight.

Manchester United team to face Benfica: De Gea, Valencia, Lindelof, Smalling, Blind, Herrera, Matic, Mata, Mkhitaryan, Rashford, Lukaku

Subs: Romero, Darmian, Jones, McTominay, Lingard, Young, Martial

BREAKING: Victor Lindelof comes into the United defence to start against his former club with Phil Jones dropping to the bench. Marcus Rashford preferred to Anthony Martial on the left of attack.

Team news: Manchester United

Marcos Rojo and Luke Shaw were a couple of surprise additions among United's travelling party this week. Rojo, who suffered a season-ending cruciate ligament injury last April wasn't expected to be back until December but Mourinho has revealed this week the Argentine could now be back within two weeks.

Shaw meanwhile has featured just once off the bench this season but did complete 90 minutes playing for the Under-23 side against their West Ham United counterparts on Sunday.

Team news: Benfica

Benfica will be without defender Jardel tonight but did include Júlio César, Eliseu and Jonas back in their 21-man squad.

Jonas, who has been in lethal form for The Eagles this season having scored nine times in Benfica's eight league matches so far this term, sat out of the weekend win over Olhanense, but is back in the squad ahead of kick-off.

Jonas in contention tonight after recent back issue. Getty

Predicted line-up

Manchester United XI

With Chris Smalling and Phil Jones performing so resolutely at Anfield last Saturday we have the two to retain their places with Ashley Young slotting back in at left-back.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan endured a poor afternoon on Merseyside and with Juan Mata rested after remaining on the bench that day with no international commitments during the recent break, he could have an opportunity tonight.

Marcus Rashford is fit again after that minor knock suffered while playing for England and with Jose Mourinho juggling between him and Anthony Martial on the left, we have the 19-year-old back in the side.

Team news: Manchester United

Like Bailly, Marcus Rashford was another to return from international duty last week carrying a knock. Anthony Martial started ahead of him against Liverpool but the England international is in contention to return to the starting XI tonight.

Marcus Rashford

Team news: Manchester United

Jose Mourinho bemoaned his squad options when speaking to the press on Monday, claiming it would be "easy" to guess his starting XI tonight because of the number of injuries he currently has to deal with. With Paul Pogba, Michael Carrick and Marouane Fellaini still sidelined, the United boss has no real alternative but to name a midfield duo of Ander Herrera and Nemanja Matic once again – with the former set to line up against one of his former clubs.

Eric Bailly also remains on the treatment table after returning from international duty with a knock. Mourinho named Phil Jones and Chris Smalling at the heart of defence in the drab draw with Liverpool at the weekend but the manager has placed his faith in Victor Lindelof in this competition, starting the Swede in each of their two matches so far. He will be hoping for another against the club he left in the summer tonight.

Victor Lindelof
Lindelof is being eased into the United team following his summer arrival. Getty

Good evening all and welcome to our live coverage of Wednesday's Champions League action. Jose Mourinho and Manchester United are looking to make it three wins from three tonight as the Portuguese returns to where it all started for him in management; the Estadio da Luz.

Back in September when the draw was made, this looked to be United's toughest match of the group campaign on paper. But two games in, Benfica are sat rock bottom of group A after losing at home to CSKA Moscow in the opening week of the competition before a harrowing 5-0 defeat to FC Basel in Switzerland last time out.

Another defeat tonight against the Premier League side will extinguish any lingering hopes they have of qualifying for the knockout stages of the competition.

We will have our eye on all of tonight's matches throughout the evening, bringing you the goals as they go on. Stick around, team news is on the way.