Champions League match-day two: Here're the records brokenLast updated on Oct 04, 2018, 11:33 am
Champions League match-day two's second half was simply breathtaking, with stunning performances by the likes of Messi and Neymar.
Barcelona crushed Tottenham 4-2 as Klopp's Liverpool were no match to Napoli.
The Reds were handed their second defeat of the season.
Antoine Griezmann scored a brace in Atletico's match against Brugge.
Here are all the records that were broken last night.
Antoine Griezmann scores Champions League's 8,000th goal
Atletico Madrid were inspired by Antoine Griezmann's brace as they won against Club Brugge in their Group A encounter.
Griezmann has cemented his name in the history of Champions League as he scored the 8,000th goal of the competition.
The first Champions League goal was scored by Daniel Amokachi. Interestingly, he had scored for Club Brugge in their 1-0 victory against Moscow.
Barcelona crush Tottenham 4-2, as they crushed Arsenal in 1999
Barcelona were unstoppable at Wembley, crushing Pochettino's men 4-2 in front of their home crowd.
The brace from Leo Messi served as the icing on the cake.
Messi has now netted in 22 times and provided 6 assists against English clubs, his best against clubs from a particular country.
Barcelona had defeated Arsenal at Wembley with the same score 'almost' exactly 18 years ago.
Messi loves playing at Wembley
Neymar's emphatic hat-trick sees PSG run riot over Red Star
Neymar scored a sublime hat-trick at Parc des Princes and goals from Edinson, Mbappe and Di Maria helped PSG to a 6-1 victory against Red Star Belgrade.
This was Neymar's second UCL hat-trick, with the first one coming with Barcelona against Celtic, the game which Barca also won 6-1.
Neymar is now the joint-highest scoring Brazilian (30 goals, with Kaka) in the Champions League.
Napoli make Liverpool pay for their shortcomings
A valiant display from Napoli saw them take down the Reds, who are as of now unbeaten in the Premier League.
Liverpool always had a problem of finishing the chances created, and this is exactly what led to their defeat.
Since February 2006, this is the first time when Liverpool did not hit a single shot on target in a Champions League fixture.