Champions League round-up: Madrid beat Inter, Liverpool, Gladbach and Bayern win big

Highlights: Salzburg 2-6 BayernLokomotiv keeper Guilherme produced a string of fine saves to frustrate Atlético, João Félix in particular, and earn his side a share of the spoils.

Key stat : Atlético have conceded in each of their last five Champions League games, their longest sequence without a clean sheet in the competition since a run of seven between September 2009 and October 2013.

Key stat : Gladbach equalled their biggest European Cup away win – a 6-0 success at EPA Larnaca of Cyprus in their first game in the competition, in September 1970.

The hosts appeared comfortable courtesy of Karim Benzema's opener and a Sergio Ramos header, only for Inter to hit back via Lautaro Martínez's neat finish.

Anders Dreyer quickly brought the home team back into contention with their first group goal, but Midtjylland were unable to find a second and slipped to their third defeat.

The in-form Portugal forward put the visitors two up in the first half, then added the last of three goals in eight second-half minutes – Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané with the others – to wrap up a handsome victory.

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