Thiago Stunner Maintains Liverpool's Perfect Run

The Reds had already qualified as Group B winners with two matches to spare, so teenager Tyler Morton made his Champions League debut as Jurgen Klopp rung the changes. Liverpool maintained its perfect record in Europe this season despite being without key men, Thiago scoring his first goal of the season in style with a magnificent second-half finish.

City Beats United as Pressure Mounts on Solskjaer

Pep Guardiola's side had failed to win any of its previous four league meetings with United but was deservedly two goals ahead at half-time. Eric Bailly became the first United player to score an own goal against City in the Premier League and Bernardo Silva profited from some terrible defending to squeeze in a second shortly before the interval.