Radamel Falcao‘s sensational scoring form continued as Monaco impressed but Bayern let a two-goal half-time lead slip as they were held at home by Wolfsburg on Friday evening.
A stunning 54 goals were scored in the first week, the most on an opening matchday under the current format introduced in 2003/04. But which were the sets of groups games that yielded even more?
Salzburg will bid to shut up shop at home again in Group I, with Marseille coming to Austria looking to improve on a trio of 2017 European away draws.
APOEL have acquitted themselves well against English opponents in the past, and are likely to need a repeat peformance when Tottenham visit Nicosia in Group H.
Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid are in the same section for the second year in a row, and the home side will hope to extend their unbeaten run at home to the holders.
Real Betis stunned theSantiago Bernabu with a late winner as they defeated Real Madrid 1-0 becoming the first team to stop the Whites from scoring since Manchester City on 26 April 2016.
Beikta have never beaten German opponents in seven previous attempts, six of which ended in defeat; debutants Leipzig will look to add to that poor run in Istanbul.
The new UEFA Nations League brand identity officially launched today with the homepage for the newest European national-team tournament going live on UEFA.com.
The rules and regulations for UEFA‘s new national team competition, the UEFA Nations League which starts in September 2018 have been confirmed.
Porto will be able to reflect on one of the most memorable days in the club‘s history when they visit Monaco on matchday two a repeat of the 2004 final.
The Olympic Stadium in Baku has been selected to host the 2019 UEFA Europa League final on 29 May of that year, the first such fixture to be played in Azerbaijan.
The 2019 UEFA Super Cup will be played atBeikta Stadium in Istanbul on Wednesday 14 August of that year, the third major UEFA final to be played in the Turkish city.
Both Napoli and Feyenoord lost in the opening round of Group F matches, and need a quick response as they meet for the first time at the Stadio San Paolo.
Manchester City and Shakhtar Donetsk both recorded impressive victories on matchday one, although history suggests it will be a tough evening for the visitors in England.
Juventus have won all four previous games against Olympiacos in Turin, and could do with prolonging that record with both side playing catch-up in Group D.
Sporting opened Group D with an impressive away victory but must now entertain a Barcelona side who won 5-2 on their last trip to the Estdio Jos Alvalade.
Qaraba are eager to mark their first home game in the UEFA Champions League group stage with a positive result against Roma, who have struggled on their travels.
Lionel Messi struck his 39th hat-trick for Barcelona in a four-goal haul against Eibar on a night when Bayern triumphed at Schalke and Liverpool lost in the English League Cup.
Sknderbeu lost in Kyiv on matchday one but will take courage from Young Boys‘ shaky away form as they welcome the Swiss club in Group B.
A draw may be the outcome if form is anything to go by as Partizan welcome Dynamo Kyiv for a second time in UEFA Europa League Group B.
Sevilla got the better of Maribor in their victorious 2013/14 UEFA Europa League campaign, and could do with a repeat of that home victory as the teams reunite in Group E.
Maccabi Tel-Aviv lost away on matchday one but will look to get their Group A campaign up and running at home to group stage regulars Villarreal.
Atltico will be hoping to transfer their proud European home record to their new stadium, the Estadio Metropolitano, as old rivals Chelsea pay a Group C visit.
It has been honours even in the four previous meetings between Spartak Moskva and Liverpool, with both sides now eager to pick up a first victory in Group E.