Club Brugge became the first team to take points off Porto in Group G, winning 3-1 in Portugal, while Fedor Chalov scored four in CSKA Moskva's thumping victory over Monaco.
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- Brugge end Porto's perfect record in UEFA Youth League Group G
- Late drama at København as Morten Hjulmand sinks Leicester City
- CSKA Moskva's Fedor Chalov scores four in comfortable victory in France
- Tottenham get off mark in Group E by defeating Bayer Leverkusen
- Group winners qualify for round of 16, runners-up go into play-offs
- Domestic Champions path second round begins on Wednesday with six first legs
Monaco 0-5 CSKA Moskva(Chalov 8 43pen 45 49, Zhamaletdinov 79)
A rout for CSKA, who completed the double over Monaco as Fedor Chalov scored a first-half hat-trick and added another goal after the break. CSKA keeper Pavel Ovchinnikov did his bit too, making a number of great saves. It was a lesson in finishing for Monaco, who had more shots on target than their opponents.
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen (Boeder og 35, Harrison 55; Rhein 90+4)
Tottenham went in at half-time a goal and a man up after a miserable ten-minute passage of play for Lukas Boeder, who deflected in Samuel Shashoua's ball across the area and was then sent off for a last-man foul on Shayon Harrison. Harrison made sure of victory when he latched onto another Shashoua pass and rounded Tomasz Kucz.
Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Sporting CP(Rafael Leão 41)
As an even first half drew to a close, Rafael Leão capitalised on a mistake in Dortmund's defence to open the scoring with a low finish. BVB pressed without really threatening and Sporting had the better opportunities. Sporting's João Ricciulli was dismissed in the 84th minute for two cautions within 120 seconds.
Legia Warszawa 1-2 Real Madrid(Nawotka 90; Segura 40, Alberto 45)
It was top versus bottom, with Antonio Segura and Alberto registering the goals to seal another win for Real Madrid. Goalkeeper Luca Zidane, son of Merengues coach Zinédine, made a late stop for the Spaniards but could not keep out Tomasz Nawotka's strike in the final minute.
København 3-2 Leicester City(Kristoffersen 1, Røjkjær 8, Hjulmand 90; Barnes 14 51)
No one could accuse København of not playing the full 90, as Julian Kristoffersen scored in the first minute and Morten Hjulmand got the winner in the last. Leicester had fallen two goals behind – Nicklas Røjkjær also netting for the Danes – before a Harvey Barnes double brought them level. Hjulmand, though, had the last word.
Porto 1-3 Club Brugge(Rui Pedro 90; Osei-Berkoe 20 36, Schrijvers 86)
A double from Terry Osei-Berkoe in the first half set up Brugge, but it was not until Jur Schrijvers notched the third late on that the game became safe.
Sevilla 1-1 Dinamo Zagreb (Soldo og 5; Božić 58)
An own goal after five minutes by Vinko Soldo gifted Sevilla a lead they should have increased, but Alejandro Pozo twice hit the bar from good positions. Ivan Božić, helped by Sevilla keeper Juan Soriano's mistake, levelled but Dinamo had to see out the final few minutes with nine men after Borna Sosa and Božić were sent off.