Jude Bellingham has scored a dramatic winner in the fourth minute of added time to give the record 14-time UEFA Champions League holder – Real Madrid a 1-0 home victory over Union Berlin in Group C.

The England midfielder pounced to force the ball home from unmissable range after it broke kindly to him off a Federico Valverde effort from outside the visiting area.

Bellingham’s astonishing start to the season continues. He has scored six goals in as many games for Los Blancos, and also found the net in England’s 3-1 win over Scotland last week.

Meanwhile, Arsenal marked their return to the UEFA Champions League after six years with a convincing 4-0 win over PSV at the Emirates.

Bukayo Saka set the ball rolling when he marked his first ever appearance in the Champions League by tucking in a rebound on eight minutes.

The England winger then assisted another when he passed to Leandro Trossard who rifled in a clinical low shot to polish off a fine counterattack 12 minutes later.

Elsewhere, Harry Kane scored yet again for Bayern Munich, this time from the penalty spot, as the German champions beat Manchester United 4-3 at the Allianz Arena.

Goals from two former Premier League players, Leroy Sane and Serge

Gnabry put Thomas Tuchel’s side in front before Rasmus Hojlund’s first goal gave Manchester United hope.

Casemiro bagged two late goals to make things interesting, but Tel’s goal saw the German champions take control of the group.