Lionel Messi made his debut in the Paris Saint-Germain Champions League with a 1-1 draw at Club Bridge, while last season’s runners-up Manchester City and Liverpool won thrilling high-scoring matches.
Ander Herrera, who scored twice against Clermont over the weekend, steered the Embape cross in the 15th minute to give PSG the lead, but Bruges soon equalized through Hans Wanakan.
Messi swung against the bar from the corner of the area but PSG then lost to Mbabane due to injury and had to settle for one point against a team that is seen as a McWeight in Group A.
Nathan Ake pushed City from a corner and Nordy McIl’s own goal doubled their lead, but Nikonko nodded to get Leipzig back in the game.
Riaz Mehriz added a third with a penalty just before half-time, only to be knocked out by Nikonko early in the second half.
Jack Grellish made his first mark. Champions League The purpose is to follow it British record £ 100 million ($ 136 million) signatures., Nkunku completed his trek before the attacks of Joao Cancelo and Gabriel Gabriel Jesus and achieved a wild victory for the city.
Leap Zig ended with 10 men after sending former city player Angelino for a second booking.
Henderson is playing for Liverpool.
Liverpool Captain Jordan Henderson hit the winner on behalf of Jurgen Klopp as he came from behind to beat Milan 3-2 at Millfield in a two-club meeting that saw him win 13 European Cups.
Fakio Tomori inadvertently removed Trent Alexander Arnold’s Liverpool, but Mohamed Salah saved a penalty from incoming goalkeeper Mike Magnan.
Milan’s favorites moved faster as Anti Rebekah and Brahim Diaz hit twice just minutes before the break.
Salah atonement with an equalizer in the 49th minute that was initially missed for offside before Henderson drove from the edge of the box to the halfway point.
In the second Group B game, Spanish champions Atletico Madrid drew 0-0 at home to Porto, frustrated by Mehdi Tarami’s late goal.
Rodrigo snatched the victory for Real when he took a minute to play in Milan, an amazing inter who dominated most of the game and forced Thibaut Courtois to save a lot.
Newcomer Sheriff beat Shakhtar Donetsk 2-0 thanks to goals from Mali International Adama Traver and Guinean forward Momo Yansane.
Sheriff, from a small pro-Russian separatist region of Moldova, is the first former Soviet country club to reach the group stage of the Champions League.
England midfielder Jude Bellingham scored a goal and Earling beat Netherlands 2-1 for Borussia Dortmund to beat Turkish champions Besiktas.
Javier Montro comforted Besiktas during the stop.
Ajax tops Group D with Ivorian striker Sebastian Haller scoring four goals in a 5-1 win over Portuguese champions Sporting Lisbon.