The Champions League returned this week, with mixed results for British clubs.
Scottish champions Celtic were hammered 7-0 at Barcelona, while two out of four English teams registered wins.
Manchester City beat Borussia Moenchengladbach 4-0, and Premier League champions Leicester City beat Club Brugge 3-0.
Arsenal drew 1-1 at PSG while Tottenham lost 2-1 against Monaco at 'home' at Wembley.
General view of the action
Here is a look at the top creative players from the opening round of matches, featuring two Premier League stars.
|Ángel Di María||Paris SG||4|
|Kevin Kampl||Bayer 04||4|
|Thibault Moulin||Legia Warszawa||4|
|Jetro Willems||PSV Eindhoven||4|
Neymar unsurprisingly tops the list - after contributing a staggering four assists - with seven chances created.
A player Barcelona allowed to leave this summer, Dani Alves, follows, although his Juventus side only managed a draw with Sevilla.
Leicester ace Marc Albrighton's four key passes did not lead to any assists, but he did get on the scoresheet himself, netting the game's opening goal.
Tottenham's Erik Lamela also created four chances, but unfortunately his game will be remembered for the way he gave the ball away in midfield for Monaco's first goal in their surprise victory.
Leicester City's Marc Albrighton celebrates with team mates after scoring their first goal
Tottenham's Vincent Janssen comes on as a substitute to replace Erik Lamela