Toe Poke Daily: Haland hat trick joins list of Champions League debuts to remember
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Red Bull Salzburg striker Erling Braut Haland introduced himself to the Champions League with a hat trick on his debut as Salzburg hammered Genk 6-2 on Tuesday.
The 19-year-old Norwegian, son of former Man City midfielder Alfie, is the third-youngest player to score a hat trick in the competition after Raul in 1995 and Wayne Rooney in 2004.
But which other players impressed on their Champions League debuts?
Dortmund fans do it again with stunning 3D tifo
Well this is ruddy darn amazing 💛pic.twitter.com/xT1aHZzxSN— Dugout (@Dugout) September 18, 2019
The fans in Borussia Dortmund's famous "Yellow Wall" rarely disappoint when it comes to prematch choreography on big Champions League nights, but on Tuesday against Barcelona their display literally took on a new dimension.
There have been some memorable banner displays in recent years but the synchronised explosion of confetti shortly before their 0-0 draw with the Spanish champions kicked off was something truly special.
"Chucky" Lozano figurines selling for £450 in Naples
In the space of just two months, Hirving "Chucky" Lozano has clearly made a good impression on the people of Naples.
Having only signed for Napoli from PSV in late August, there are already statuettes of the Mexico international on sale in the streets of his new home city.
Available for around €400 (roughly $450), the statuettes are handmade and handpainted by local artists, one of whom told ESPN: "He [Lozano] is a great player that has come to Naples and captivated the people."
Chucky made his Champions League debut for Napoli on Tuesday night, playing 70 minutes in the Partenopei's 2-0 win over Liverpool.
Roma go 'back to the 90s' with new third kit
Roma are the latest club to find themselves furnished with a new retro-flavoured third kit influenced by the 1990s aesthetic.
The dark blue shirt features a Giallorossi trim and a subtle circular jaquard pattern made up from the club's initials and the famous "Lupetto" (wolf's head) found on their crest.
The 2019-20 alternative strip is directly inspired by the navy strip worn by Roma when they won the Italian Cup in 1992.