One could be forgiven for skipping past Borussia Dortmund-Legia Warsaw. If you thought it was going to be a routine victory for Dortmund, you were half right. The hosts won. But it was anything but routine. It was record-breaking and it was spectacular.
They weren't even close to being finished after that though, as the half ended 5-2, equaling a Champions League record for most goals in a half.
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The second half rolled around, and maybe you thought the two teams would find some chill?
Marco Reus scored two second-half goals to complete his hat-trick, Felix Passlack got himself on the scoresheet, and Legia's Michał Kucharczyk and Nemanja Nicolic both did their best to make it respectable for the visitors.
The match ended 8-4, breaking Monaco and Deportivo's record set when they played out a wild 8-3 match in 2003.
That's the highest goal total in the Champions League era, and the most goals scored in European Cup/Champions League since Feyenoord beat KR Reykjavik 12–2 in the first round in 1969–70.