Extended Highlights - Sevilla 1-1 LensSep 21
The return of club football's elite competition continues on Wednesday night, with eight more unmissable Champions League ties.
Read on, or jump to the game of your choice below, for all you need to know about each of the eight fixtures on the second night of Matchday 2.
Krasnodar 0-4 Chelsea - Watch Replay
Chelsea made light work of their trip to Russia with a thumping 4-0 win over Champions League newcomers Krasnodar.
Frank Lampard's men had the chance to go ahead from the spot early on but Jorginho's penalty hit the post and rebounded off goalkeeper Matvei Safonov to safety.
Safonov wasn't so lucky later on in the half though as he spilled Callum Hudson-Odoi's tame effort over his body and in to gift Chelsea an easy opener.
The second half saw Lampard's side net three times in 14 minutes as Timo Werner's penalty, Hakim Ziyech's first Chelsea goal and Christian Pulisic's late effort sealed victory.
Istanbul Basaksehir 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain - Watch Replay
Paris Saint-Germain emerged from the Turkish capital with a valuable three points to get back on track thanks to a double from on-loan Moise Kean.
PSG hardly sparkled in Istanbul against newcomers Basaksehir but edged ahead just past the hour mark when Kean was left unmarked to nod home Kylian Mbappe's corner.
And the ex-Juventus forward made sure of the win with a neat turn-and-finish with 11 minutes remaining to get the French champions on the board in Europe.
Ferencvaros 2-2 Dynamo Kiev - Watch Replay
Ferencvaros scored a last-minute equaliser to complete a fightback from two goals down and earn a precious point against Dynamo Kiev in Budapest.
The Hungarian champions fell behind through Viktor Tsyhankov's penalty just before the half-hour mark and looked doomed to end up empty handed when Carlos de Pena made it 2-0 in the 44th minute.
But Tokmac Nguen's second-half strike gave them hope and when Serhiy Sydorchuk was shown a straight red for the visitors with four minutes remaining, the home side were enthused.
Cue a 90th-minute strike from Franck Boli as Ferencvaros earned their first Champions League point in 15 years.
Juventus 0-2 Barcelona -Watch Replay
The clash of the big boys ended in a comfortable victory for Barcelona as the Spaniards outclassed Juventus on their own turf.
Ousmane Dembele's deflected strike gave Barcelona an early lead and Ronald Koeman's side called the shots throughout even if Alvaro Morata incredibly saw a hat-trick of goals disallowed through VAR.
The former Real Madrid man's travails aside, Andrea Pirlo's men were outclassed and they saw Merih Demiral sent off for a second yellow card before Lionel Messi's penalty sealed the win.
Club Brugge 1-1 Lazio - Watch Replay
Club Brugge and Lazio played out a 1-1 draw to leave Group F wide open as both sides shared the points at the Jan Breydel Stadium.
Simeone Inzaghi's side went ahead with a sumptious goal from Joaquin Correa. The former Sevilla man feinted and lashed an effort in from outside the box.
But Brugge levelled just before half-time when long-serving midfielder Hans Vanaken netted from the spot to earn the Belgians a point.
Another Champions League game, another Champions League win for Manchester United and another match-winning turn from man-of-the-moment Marcus Rashford.
After defeating finalists Paris Saint-Germain last week, United put 2020 semi-finalists RB Leipzig to the sword at Old Trafford with goals from Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial and a hat-trick from Rashford.
The England forward was only introduced as a 63rd-minute substitutes but scored three in quick succession to ensure a thumping win for the Red Devils.
Borussia Dortmund 2-0 Zenit St Petersburg - Watch Replay
Borussia Dortmund bounced back from an opening-day defeat to Lazio with a 2-0 win over Zenit St Petersburg thanks to two late goals from the usual suspects.
After being held for 78 minutes, England winger Jadon Sanco broke the deadlock from the penalty spot as the Russian's resolve finally faltered.
And that man Erling Braut Haaland got on the scoresheet in the 91st minute to ensure Dortmund got on the board in a competitive-looking group.
Sevilla 1-0 Rennes - Watch Replay
The first ever meeting between these Sevilla and Rennes ended with a victory for the Spaniards after Luuk de Jong's second-half strike.
Europa League winners Sevilla were held by the visitors into the second period but De Jong netted the only goal of the game 10 minutes after the interval.
The former Newcastle striker tucked away a cross from Marcos Acuna with a stinging low volley to earn his side all three points.