Two goals from Rui Pedro sealed Porto's third successive Group G win, Rubén Colmenero scored a hat-trick for Sevilla and Leicester posted their maiden UEFA Youth League victory.
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- Porto maintain their 100% record in this season's competition, defeating Club Brugge
- Debutants Leicester record their first UEFA Youth League victory
- A hat-trick from Rubén Colmenero helps Sevilla to a 4-2 win at Dinamo Zagreb
- Monaco, Bayer Leverkusen and CSKA Moskva all on six points in Group E
- The Domestic Champions path first round concludes on Wednesday with 16 games
Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 Tottenham Hotspur (Bednarczyk 57, Harenbrock 67, Handwerker 90+2pen; Roles 18)
Leverkusen recovered from a goal down to inflict Tottenham's third consecutive defeat. The English side went ahead when Jack Roles converted Jaden Brown's centre. Spurs' Tashan Oakley-Boothe rattled the crossbar two minutes after Jakub Bednarczyk equalised by sweeping in a left-wing cross. Anton Walkes' own goal was followed, at the death, by Tim Handwerker's spot kick.
CSKA Moskva 4-1 Monaco (Zhamaletdinov 24 54, Ouedraogo og 79, Chalov 89; Muyumba 30)
Tristan Muyumba responded with a shot from distance after Timur Zhamaletdinov headed the Army Men in front, but there was no way back for Monaco after CSKA captain Konstantin Kuchaev set the striker up for his second. Fedor Chalov forced Dylan Ouedraogo to put the ball into his own net, then hit CSKA's fourth from 18 metres.
Sporting CP 1-1 Borussia Dortmund (Pedro Marques 45; Kyeremateng 63)
Pedro Marques wowed the crowd with a clever flick over Dortmund keeper William Pulisic, helping on Pedro Ferreira's scooped pass from the edge of the area. Gabriel Kyeremateng's leveller, however, ensured the Schwarzgelben retained their hold on second place behind Real Madrid and condemned Sporting to their third straight Group F draw.
Real Madrid 3-2 Legia Warszawa (Franchu 4, Dani Gómez 61, Szymański og 76; Kulenović 41, Bondarenko 65)
Sebastian Szymański's own goal, after Legia equalised on two occasions, tipped the result in the section leaders' favour. Szymański had delivered the corner from which Mateusz Bondarenko powered in a header to make it 2-2.
Club Brugge 0-2 Porto (Rui Pedro 43 58)
Rui Pedro took his tally to five goals in three UEFA Youth League appearances this season with a double in Belgium, his first coming after a right-wing cross by Diogo Dalot. Pedro struck again just before the hour, finishing off a measured pass from João Cardoso. The Dragons are now five points clear of second-placed Brugge.
Leicester 3-2 København (Pascanu 45+1, Ndukwu 51 66; Røjkjær 12, Wind 72)
With the visitors 1-0 up, the match turned when FCK keeper Filip Djukic was dismissed with 20 minutes gone for saving a shot outside the penalty box. Three fine strikes – all of them from the edge of the area or further out – put the Foxes in control, defender Alex Pascanu's equalising volley perhaps the pick of them.
Dinamo Zagreb 2-4 Sevilla (Božić 6 31; Pérez 3, Colmenero 14 45+1 89)
Rubén Colmenero was the difference maker in the Croatian capital, earning Sevilla their second win of the campaign with a hat-trick. The 19-year-old completed his treble from close range a minute from time, dispatching Francisco Manuel's right-wing delivery.
Lyon 0-3 Juventus (Caligara 34, Léris 61, Clemenza 72)
Lyon were reduced to ten men midway through the first half when Alexandre Roselli was shown a straight red for bringing down Andi Zeqiri. Grigoris Kastanos's missed penalty, taken Panenka-style, served as merely a brief reprieve for the hosts as Juve soon broke the deadlock through Fabrizio Caligara's powerful shot.