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  1. Leicester get first CL win thanks to Mahrez & Albrighton goals
  2. Aguero and Iheanacho help Man City to 4-0 win over Gladbach
  3. Spurs lose to Monaco in front of record crowd
  4. Click on play icon for 5 live Final Score

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By Gary Rose and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Dare to dream?

    Champions League

    That's all from us after another magical night for Leicester City as they kick off their Champions League campaign with victory.

    Can they go on and win it all? Surely not, but there's probably a few Foxes fans who are daring to dream.

    The football keeps on coming as the Europa League takes centre stage tomorrow. See you then.

  2. Post update

    Here's how it looks in Group C after the first round of fixtures. Barcelona and Manchester City already boast very healthy looking goal differences after emphatic wins...

    Man City

    ...In Group E Tottenham are propping up the standings, with Monaco's win at Wembley putting them top.

  3. Pep reaction

    Man City 4-0 Borussia Monchengladbach

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola speaks to BT Sport: "Thanks for all the players for making me and the fans so happy. I hope our football can be better and better and all the fans can come here and see us. We need the support and the stadium full to compete against the best.

    How good is Sergio Aguero compared to those you have coached before? "One of the best. Because of his special quality in the box. He is special, a special player."

    A word on Ilkay Gundogan's debut: "He played after three or four months injured, he played with such intelligence. He is an amazing player. He was dribbling, he arrived in the box at  the right moment at the right tempo, we are so happy to have him here."

    "There have been seven official games and we have won all of them. Every time we play better and better. Today we learned a lot. Except of the last 15 minutes in the first half, after we dominated and played really good."

    Pep Guardiola celebrates
  4. Ask Phil

    Phil McNulty

    If you want to hear more about Tottenham and why they lost, our chief football writer Phil McNulty is doing a live Q&A on Facebook right now. 

    Join in here.

  5. 'We deserved more'

    Tottenham 1-2 Monaco

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BT Sport: "We conceded a goal after 16 minutes that, at this level and in football, you cannot concede. We conceded the second in the same circumstances as the first. We improved in the second half and had chances to win the game but after conceding the first they started to play comfortably with the ball and with calmness.

    "They had only two shots on target and scored twice. We feel very disappointed with the result, we deserved more but you cannot concede like we did."

    Mauricio Pochettino
  6. Post update

    Man City 4-0 Borussia Monchengladbach

    It's a second Champions League hat-trick for Sergio Aguero this season after he bagged three against Steaua Bucharest in the qualifying-play off back in August.

    He becomes the first non-English player to score two Champions League hat-tricks for an English club side, prompting Liam Gallagher to pen the below poem. Beautiful stuff...

  7. 'No fear'

    Club Brugge 0-3 Leicester

    Leicester striker Jamie Vardy: "It's the perfect start. We showed exactly what we can do. No fear, we just played our football and let that do the talking."

    Jamie Vardy and his Leicester team-mates celebrate their win
  8. 'Maybe we surprised them'

    Club Brugge 0-3 Leicester

    Claudio Ranieri, speaking to BT Sport: "It was an important win for us after the Liverpool defeat. We scored very early and that gave us more confidence during all the match.

    "Club Brugge moved the ball very well, they had the control of the ball but we had control of the match and that was good for us. Maybe at the beginning we surprised them.

    "I said to the players when you hear the Champions League music it charges the battery and makes you fight."

  9. 'How I'd seen it in my dreams'

    Club Brugge 0-3 Leicester

    Riyad Mahrez: "It's a good start, but we have to clear our minds and focus again for a big game on Saturday."   

    Marc Albrighton: "To score the goal was an unbelievable feeling. It was just how I'd seen it in my dreams."   

    Marc Albrighton celebrates after scoring his goal
  10. Leonardo impresses

    Tottenham 1-2 Monaco

    John Bennett

    BBC World Service

    Leonardo Jardim continues to prove what a good coach he is, and only 42. Bigger clubs will surely come knocking soon. 

  11. Player reaction

    Man City 4-0 Borussia Monchengladbach

    Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta: "I though we were on top of them from the first minute until the end of the game. We are very pleased with the performance of the game. We are in a very tough group so it was a huge win for me."

    Debutant Ilkay Gundogan: "I'm very happy. It's a perfect day for me. I was waiting for this moment for a long time and it was good. I tried to work hard and will now look forward to the next game. It's not easy after such a long time. Four months of rehabilitation is always hard. When you don't have the opportunity to have a friendly game to use, to come into the game I started from zero and I think it went very well. I'm very happy."

    Ilkay Gundogan and Pep Guadiola

    Rotherham 2-2 Nottm Forest

    Nicklas Bendtner

    Twice in the space of five days Rotherham draw 2-2 at the New York Stadium having led.

    A fair result on balance? As with the match against Bristol City, the stats again suggest the away side had the better of the game - 63% possession, 22 shots at goal, but the scoreline is level.

  13. Post update


    Lap it up, Leicester fans. Early days, but your side have their first Champions League win under their belt and are top of Group G.

  14. Champions League full times

    Man City 4 -0 B M'gladbach 

    Tottenham 1-2 Monaco 

    Club Brugge 0-3 Leicester 

    Bayer Levkn 2-2 CSKA

    Legia Warsaw 0-6 Borussia Dortmund 

    Real Madrid 2-1 Sporting 

    FC Porto 1-1 FC Copenhagen 

    Juventus 0-0 Sevilla 

    Lyon 3-0 Dinamo Zagreb

  15. 'We couldn't force it'

    Tottenham 1-2 Monaco


    Spurs defender Toby Alderweireld: "Scoring creates momentum and we dominated the game in the second half. We had chances but we couldn't score. We put a lot of energy in but we couldn't force it."

    Midfielder Dele Alli: "I'll play wherever the manager wants me to, it's not a problem. We started poorly and they punished us for it. We did enough to win the game but we didn't take our chances.

    "Monaco are a good team but we weren't ruthless enough. The fans came out in numbers and never stopped singing. We need to pick ourselves up and win the next game."

  16. GOAL: Aston Villa 1-1 Brentford

    John Egan

    This is becoming a bit of a broken record for Villa, a late goal seems to have shattered hearts.

    John Egan fires in at the far post, smashing home as he meets a deep Sullay Kaikai cross which seems to take a deflection on the way in.

  17. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Monaco

    Well that is an underwhelming start to the Champions League for Tottenham. The men in white wear looks of frustration and dejection. It was a flat performance all round really. That goal from Toby Alderweireld on the stroke of half time promised to tee up an onslaught but that never arrived.

    In the stands Daniel Levy applauds loudly. That's the bottom line. 


    Tottenham 1-2 Monaco

    Full time at Wembley
  19. Elsewhere in the Champions League...

    Well, you knew it was going to happen didn't you? Real Madrid, 1-0 down with 89 minutes on the clock, have scored two late goals and now lead 2-1. Cristiano Ronaldo equalised before Alvaro Morato got what looks set to be the winner.

    Ronaldo scores the equaliser

    Man City 4-0 Borussia Monchengladbach

    All over at the Etihad and it is seven wins out of seven for Pep Guardiola. Ominous...