Liverpool wins like never before as the Mersey side beat Maribor 7-0 in the champions’ league group stages fixture.
Jurgen Klopp’s boys obviously in the multiple goal match dominated the entire time with Roberto Firmino opening scores just four minutes after the game started.
His fellow Brazilian counterpart Philippe Coutinho doubled their lead before Muhammad Salah scored twice from Firmino’s assists to finish the first half with a four nil comfortable lead.
Firmino completed his brace nine minutes after first half kicked off with a header from Coutinho’s free kick. Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade Chamberlain scored his first goal for Liverpool to make it the sixth goal of the team as Alexander-Arnold made the final statement with a 29 yard deflected shot.
Liverpool now leads group E with five points as the Slovene side seats at the bottom of the table with a point.
At the Etihad Stadium, Manchester City overcame current Serie A threat Napoli in group F fixture with two-one victory.
Pep Guardiola’s boys took the lead with Raheem Sterling’s 9th minute strike before Brazilian sensational talent Gabriel Jesus doubled the lead at the 23th minutes.
Meanwhile Diawara’s 73rd minute converted penalty was not enough to rub shoulders with the English premier league table leaders as Dries Martens’ penalty was saved by Ederson early on.
Manchester City now leads the Champions’ League Group F table with nine points as the Serie A table leaders are seated third with three points.
In Spain at the Santiago Bernabeu, tornado met hurricane lamp and what was witnesses is balanced scores.
The champions league defending champions Real Madrid were held in a one all draw by Tottenham Hotspurs.
Ambitious Spurs took the lead after Harry Kane’s effort to score which was finally touched by Raphael Verane hence considered an own goal nevertheless the English side took charge of the game for fifteen minutes before Cristiano Ronaldo scored an equalizer towards the end of first half.
Kane who was linked with a move to Madrid a few days ago almost netted a winning goal at the 79th minutes if not for the graceful finger tips of keeper Keylor Navas.
The draw repositions Mauricio Pochettino’s side to the top of group H table given the advantage of more away goals scored than Madrid.
Spurs which has been considered the less experienced stands an upper hand to qualify for the next stage as they are six points clear of 3rd place Borussia Dortmund which played a one all draw with Apoel Nicosia.
Pochettino and Zinadine Zidane will face each other again in the return leg two weeks from now at the temporary home of Spurs, Wembley Stadium.