Barcelona produced the stand-out result of the night as Lionel Messi struck a hat-trick in a 7-0 win over Celtic,
In their two full seasons together at the Nou Camp, Messi, Neymar and Suarez have scored a combined 253 goals and assisted 120 more.
Those numbers are rising quickly in the early weeks of this season – 266 goals and 128 assists – and in this latest masterclass, Messi got a hat-trick and Neymar a goal and four assists.
This was Celtic’s heaviest ever defeat in Europe
while the other fixture in Group C between Manchester City and Borussia Monchengladbach has been rescheduled for Wednesday due to adverse weather.
In Group B, Anderson Talisca produced a stunning 93rd-minute free-kick to earn Besiktas a 1-1 draw against his parent club Benfica.
Napoli came from behind as summer signing Arkadiusz Milik struck twice in nine minutes to overhaul Dynamo Kiev’s lead before half-time in Ukraine.
Bulgarian side Ludogorets – in the Champions League group stage for the second time – faced 14 shots at Basel but left Switzerland with a 1-1 draw,
Alexis Sanchez salvaged a point for Arsenal from their limp Champions League opener at Paris St-Germain.
Edinson Cavani glanced PSG ahead after 42 seconds and should have had a hat-trick before half-time, firing wide after rounding David Ospina before slipping to fluff a simple finish.
Sanchez rifled in the rebound from Arsenal’s first shot on target.
Alex Iwobi might have had a late Arsenal winner before Olivier Giroud and PSG’s Marco Verratti were sent off.
Bayern Munich began their bid for a sixth European Cup title by hammering Champions League debutants Rostov 5-0.
Robert Lewandowski’s penalty gave the German champions the lead before Thomas Muller swept home on his 27th birthday.
Joshua Kimmich stabbed in and quickly added a header as Bayern boss Carlo Ancelotti became the first man to manage seven clubs in the competition.
Juan Bernat fired in from 10 yards for 5-0. Atletico Madrid won 1-0 at PSV in Group D’s other game.