• Local Chelsea fans showed their support for 'keeper Petr Cech and Fernando Torres
  • It was another busy night of Champions League football with three British sides in action...
  • ...and in the early game Celtic took early lead through Gary Hooper against Spartak Moscow
  • The goalscorer Gary Hooper celebrates with his teammate Kris Commons at a packed Luzhniki stadium
  • Old-timer Scott Brown shows that he's still got it as he leads his young Celtic lions on their Moscow mission
  • Giorgos Samaras battles for the ball with former Hoops star Aiden McGeady
  • Sadly for the SPL champions, Emmanuel Emenike restored parity with a close-range finish just before the break
  • The Nigerian striker then celebrated with teammate Ari after netting three minutes after half-time to give the Russians a precious lead
  • Celtic levelled through an own goal before Georgios Samaras headed home the winner deep in stoppage time to make history
  • Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson took his side to Transylvania to take on Romanian champions CFR Cluj
  • Chelsea's Spanish striker Fernando Torres rifled his right-foot shot at goal but Danish side Nordsjælland hung on...
  • ...but not for long as Juan Mata kept his cool to slot the ball under goalkeeper Jesper Hansen
  • Frank Lampard celebrated Chelsea's goal with goalscorer Juan Mata and Fernando Torres
  • Meanwhile in Romania, CFR Cluj took a shock lead against Manchester United thanks to Pantelis Kapetanos' effort
  • Wayne Rooney battled with Cluj's Greek midfielder Matias Aguirregaray as United looked to hit back...
  • ... and they did thanks to a double from their Dutch striker Robin van Persie either side of the break
  • The Dutch ace celebrated scoring his brace with his strike partner Wayne Rooney
  • Manchester United defender Patrice Evra gets ahead of Cluj goalscorer Kapetanos to head clear in their 2-1 win
  • Chelsea defender David Luiz celebrates his goal as Chelsea romped to a comfortable 4-0 win at Nordsjælland

Champions League

Local Chelsea fans showed their support for 'keeper Petr Cech and Fernando Torres