Champions League: Holders Liverpool stunned by Napoli
What a night for 19-year-old Erling Braut Haland.
The teenager scored a first-half hat-trick in Salzburg's 6-2 home win over Genk.
Napoli 2-0 Liverpool
Salzburg 6-2 Genk
Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Barcelona
Benfica 1-2 RB Leipzig
Chelsea 0-1 Valencia
Ajax 3-0 Lille
Inter Milan 1-1 Slavia Prague
Lyon 1-1 Zenit St. Petersburg
Dortmund will be left wondering how it failed to win this one after missing a plethora of chances, including a second half penalty.
A brilliant performance from Marc-Andre Ter Stegen denied the home side, the goalkeeper saving Marco Reus' second half spot kick, as well as producing a number of fine saves.
Julian Brandt hit the woodwork, while Jadon Sancho turned in another impressive performance.
Barcelona, buoyed by the introduction of Lionel Messi in the second half, will be pleased to have escaped with a point.
Not the start defending champion Liverpool had in mind but there can be few complaints as Napoli claim all three points with a 2-0 win.
A Dries Mertens penalty and a late goal from Fernando Llorente secured victory for the home side.
Liverpool, which lost all three away games in the group stage last season, had its chances but failed to find a way past a stubborn Napoli defense.
Liverpool fans look away now ... It's Napoli 2-0 Liverpool and it's Fernando Llorente, the man who helped Tottenham reach the final last season who takes advantage of some dreadful defending to fire home.
Safe to say it has not been Liverpool's night ...
Napoli 2-0 Liverpool
Benfica have hit back in Lisbon.
Haris Seferovic's 84th minute strike makes it Benfica 1-2 RB Leipzig.
Timo Werner has scored twice for the German side.
The Stadio San Paolo erupts as Dries Mertens puts Napoli ahead from the penalty spot!
However, it was a controversial decision as Jose Callejon appeared to throw himself somewhat over Andrew Robertson's extended leg.
Goalkeeper Adrian got a strong hand to Mertens' effort but it wasn't enough to keep it out.
Borussia Dortmund might have the Yellow Wall, the problem is Barcelona has a wall of its own -- Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.
The goalkeeper has just produced a fabulous double save to deny Marco Reus from firing the home side into a deserved lead.
It has been all Dortmund in this second half with Julian Brandt smashing the woodwork with a fine effort.
Dortmund, which missed a penalty earlier on, can't believe how it has failed to score.
It's still 0-0.
This is the moment Dries Mertens thought he had given Napoli the lead.
Adrian was already falling to the ground but thrust his hand up to the ball and pushed it over the bar.