Evening Report: October 2
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona news
Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny says he enjoyed Tuesday's win over Napoli as a fan - because he had so little to do during the match.
The Gunners ran out comfortable 2-0 winners over their Serie A counterparts, with Arsene Wenger's men racing into a two-goal lead after just 15 minutes.
Szczesny was barely tested on an unexpectedly quiet night for him - but he enjoyed his watching brief.
Andre Schurrle was delighted with Chelsea's display last night, as Jose Mourinho's men beat Steaua Bucharest 4-0 in Romania.
Schurrle produced his best display in a Chelsea shirt to date, laying on the first goal and proving a real handful for the Steaua defence.
David Moyes insists his Manchester United side will be going all out to beat Shakhtar Donetsk tonight, as the Red Devils attempt to take control of Champions League Group A.
Shakhtar have lost just one of their last 33 home games in all competitions, and Moyes admits that United will have to be at their best to come away from Ukraine with a win.
James Milner says Manchester City will be looking to bounce back from the defeat at Aston Villa when they host European champions Bayern Munich at the Etihad Stadium tonight.
The England midfielder admits the result at Villa Park was hard to take after such a dominant performance, but hopes the Blues can make up for it on Europe’s biggest stage.
Real Madrid must respond quickly after their derby defeat to rivals Atletico - that's according to Bernabeu boss Carlo Ancelotti.
The Spanish giants play host to FC Copenhagen in their Champions League Group B clash, and Ancelotti is confident his side can get back to winning ways this evening.
Staying with the Champions League, and Neymar has admitted that Celtic's physical approach caused Barcelona problems in their 1-0 win on Tuesday night.
The samba star was thrilled to leave Glasgow with all three points, with the Hoops putting in a battling performance at Parkhead.