Wednesday, October 1, 2014
The late summer signing was undoubtedly the star in Arsenal's Champions League win over Galatasaray.
Pictures from the Emirates Stadium where Galatasaray supporters reacted badly to their side going three goals down against Arsenal.
The manager was ecstatic after the summer signing notched a hat trick for the first time in his career.
The Madrid star was limping towards the end of his side's victory, but the manager has insisted the injury is not serious.
The Swedish outfit won in the UEFA Champions League group stage for the first time thanks to two goals from Markus Rosenberg.
The former Manchester United man thanked the Frenchman for playing him as a central striker in his first few weeks in north London, which paid off in a 4-1 win on Wednesday.
The Turkish international produced a winner with 15 minutes to play, ending Massimiliano Allegri's unbeaten start as Juve boss.
Diego Simeone's outfit got its Champions League campaign up and running as it ran out to a narrow win over the Italian champions at the Vicente Calderon.
The Korean international led the way for Bayer Leverkusen, who put a big dent in Benfica's hopes of advancing.
Marco Streller struck the only goal of the game as Brendan Rodgers's side failed to take a host of second-half opportunities in its second Champions League group game.
Markus Rosenberg was the star of the show as he scored twice to give the Swedish side its first Champions League victory.
The England international scored two before halftime, and completed his treble after the break to see off the Turkish side.
Jurgen Klopp's side remain top of Group D with their 100 percent record still intact after an early opener from Immobile and a late Ramos double.
The defending champion was pushed all the way by the Eagles, but goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema brought it from behind to take all three points.
Dortmund took a stellar win to keep itself at the top of its Champions League group.
The Bulgarian side pushed the reigning champion to the brink, but the French striker's late goal saved the result for Los Blancos.
Danny Welbeck bagged his first professional hat trick as the Gunners secured their first points of the Champions League group stage with a classy performance at home.
Stefan Kiessling, Hakan Calhanoglu and Son Heung-min all scored in a strong performance from the German side as they picked up their first Champions League win of the season.
The coach has pleaded with his players to raise their game in Ligue 1 matches this season, the same way they have been doing in European games.
Both sides had won their Champions League openers but never looked like scoring in a scoreless snoozer in Saint Petersburg.