Erling Haaland scored an historic brace to help Borussia Dortmund beat Sevilla away in Spain becoming the first player to score 18 goals in his first 13 Champions League games.
Sevilla broke the deadlock in the seventh minute through Suso before Haaland assisted Mahmoud Dahoud for the opener. Haaland then scored a brace of his own to give Dortmund a 3-1 lead into halftime. Luuk de Jong pulled one back for Sevilla to set up a dicey second leg in Germany.
Porto opened the day brightly, scoring the opener in the second minute of action against Juventus through Mehdi Taremi. They struck once again in the opening of the second half through Moussa Marega.
Juventus put themselves in a good position for the second leg by getting an away goal. Federico Chiesa scored in the 82nd minute to set up an interesting second leg in Turin.