Napoli beat Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Youth League, Milan swept Celtic aside and Juventus drew in Copenhagen.
From this season the Champions League is mirrored by the youth teams of these clubs coming face to face in a similar structure.
This means on Tuesday Juventus were held to a 2-2 draw by Copenhagen, just as the senior squad drew 1-1 last night.
The Bianconeri had taken the lead through Garcia and Sakor, but Wohlegemuth converted a penalty at the 94th minute for the hosts.
Real Madrid drew 1-1 with Galatasaray, so all the Group B teams are level on one point.
In today’s fixtures, Napoli beat Borussia Dortmund’s youth side 1-0 in Aversa, as Tutin scored from the spot.
It was an ill-tempered game, as Borussia had Mbende sent off after 15 minutes and Stenzel before the break, then Guardiglio and Romano saw red for Napoli in the second half.
Arsenal crushed Olympique Marseille 4-1 in France, so they top Group F along with the Partenopei.
Milan got the better of Celtic’s youth team 3-1, as Pinato bagged a brace around Lindsay’s temporary equaliser and Tamas finished off the rout.
Barcelona’s youth side beat Ajax 4-1 to go joint top of Group H.
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