On Matchday 4, English teams were again a mixed bunch in the Champions League.
Manchester City, Arsenal and Newcastle all won convincingly at home.
Take a look at some of the most important talking points that emerged from an action which could be crucial for Europe.
United at the edge
United suffered a major blow to their chances of qualifying for the knockout stage after they lost 4-3 in Copenhagen, leaving them at the bottom of group A.
After Rasmus Hojlund scored against his former side, Erik ten Hag’s team looked on its way to a victory that would boost morale.
The game was level at the half time break thanks to the efforts of Mohamed Elyounoussi, and Diogo Goncalves.
Bruno Fernandes restored United’s lead from the spot after 10 players were removed, but Lukas Leger and Roony Bardghji scored late goals to break the Red Devils heart.
Newcastle’s Champions League dreams are in danger after Borussia Dortmund defeated them 2-0.
Niclas Brandt and Julian Brandt scored the Magpies’ goals in Signal Iduna Park.
Eddie Howe’s team had 55% possession, five attempts on goal but couldn’t get past Gregor Kobel.
Newcastle is bottom in Group F with four points. To qualify, they will need to win their match against Paris Saint-Germain.
Harry is at it again
Harry Kane’s superb start at Bayern Munich continued with his two goals against Galatasaray in the 2-1 victory.
England’s captain scored in the 80th and sixth minutes, his 19th goal in competitions so far this season.
Cedric Bakambu’s goal in stoppage time was only a consolation for Bayern, who extended their unbeaten streak to 38 matches during the Champions League Group Stage.
Kane is tied for second in the Golden Boot competition with four goals. Hojlund, Alvaro and Morata are leading the race on five each.
All guns blazing
Arsenal is on the verge of advancing to the knockout stages in the Champions League after an impressive 2-0 victory over Sevilla.
Leandro Trousseard’s and Bukayo Saka’s goals secured the Emirates a well-deserved win.
Mikel Arteta was not too worried about the injury when it occurred.
Arsenal’s manager said, “He (Saka) will feel some discomfort. But I hope he is OK.”
Cruise the city
Champions City won their fourth consecutive match, defeating Young Boys by 3-0 in the Etihad.
Erling Haaland’s brace helped Pep Guardiola to three additional points. The Norwegian has now scored 39 Champions League goals in only 34 games.
Haaland’s second goal was an excellent long-range strike, which shocked his manager.
Guardiola replied: “Yes, Haaland continues to surprise me. He normally scores in the 6-yard and 8-yard boxes as well as at the penalty area.
It’s not his first attempt.