Besiktas started their Champions League Group G campaign with a 3-1 win against Porto at the Estadio do Dragao.
Last season's Turkish champions opened the scoring in the 13th minute when Anderson Talisca headed home from close range from a Ricardo Quaresma cross.
But Besiktas would let Porto back into the match when Dusko Tosic smashed a header from a corner into his own net in the 21st minute.
The visitors weren't down for long, however, retaking the lead in fine fashion in the 28th minute with...
Now that the Champions League draw has been completed, here's a preview for Group G. Who do you think will go through?
2. RB Leipzig
It was oddly poignant watching Monaco thrillingly reach the semifinals last season because you knew this team would be asset-stripped. That turned out to be true, with Bernardo Silva, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Benjamin Mendy gone, and Kylian Mbappe likely to follow. So how will they fare without them?...
Bruno Martins Indi has completed a permanent transfer from Porto to Stoke, after spending last season on loan with the Premier League club.
Martins Indi, 25, signed a five-year contract and moves for a fee of €7.7 million.
He said he is ready to put protracted negotiations behind him and achieve "special things" with Stoke after finally signing a permanent deal with the club.
"I am feeling very good, I am happy to be back and ready to fight for my place," Martins Indi told Stoke's official...
Major League Soccer remains in negotiations with Porto over midfielder Juan Quintero, with the Chicago Fire still first in line to land the Colombian playmaker, multiple sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.
ESPN television analyst Taylor Twellman tweeted over the weekend that the Fire had jumped to the front of the line among MLS teams interested in Quintero.
A league source confirmed to ESPN FC that Chicago is in possession of Quintero's discovery rights, giving the Fire right of first refusal.