Last week saw Match Day two of the Champions League commence across Europe which managed to conjure up games that consisted of plenty of action and goals.
Cristiano Ronaldo continued to show his world class talent as he took his Champions League appearance tally to 100 at the ripe old age of 28.
I’m happy to have scored twice last night on my 100th game on the European competitions. pic.twitter.com/KmCoNQMmOg
Ronaldo’s teammate Sergio Ramos was also happy with the Galacticos defeat of Copenhagen however he reminded everyone that there is still plenty of work to do in La Liga.
Important victory against Copenhague (4-0) and now keep on and thinking in the League. Come on!
FC Bayern Munich’s twitter feed reminds us who the Champions of Europe are after the Germans dismantled Manchester City 3-1 at Etihad Staduim.
— FC Bayern München (@FCBayern) October 2, 2013
Despite the resounding defeat, Sergio Aguero maintains a positive attitude towards Manchester City’s aspirations.
There's no easy matches for the Champions. We lost against a great team but we're not gonna give up. This just got started.
Samuel Eto’o is chuffed with Chelsea’s Champions League as the Blues ran away 4-0 winners against Steaua Bucharest.
Great Victory yesterday night in Bucharest. This is what I call team work. We are going to keep on working, the best is yet to come. #GOCFC
— Samuel Eto'o (@setoo9) October 2, 2013
Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois continues to impress for Spanish giants Atletico Madrid and his form has also extended to the Champions League as the Madrid side got an important three points away from home against Porto.
— Thibaut Courtois (@thibautcourtois) October 1, 2013
— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) October 1, 2013
Good goals. Clean sheet. Top of the group. Quality atmosphere. #loveit
It's great to be named into the England squad again! Can't wait to join up!
Was feeling good jogging outside today. Feeling stronger each day!!!