NYON: Cristiano Ronaldo scored the 750th goal of his remarkable career in a 3-0 win over Dynamo Kyiv as Stephanie Frappart became the first female referee to take charge of a Champions League match.
Federico Chiesa headed Juventus in front with his first-ever Champions League goal in the 21st minute and Ronaldo struck just before the hour to reach another career milestone. Alvaro Morata completed the scoring in the 66th minute.
Frappart, 36, had an uneventful match as she booked three players and ignored one penalty shout from the Ukrainian side in the first half.
Juventus, second in Group G behind Barcelona with 12 points, had already qualified for the round of 16 while Kyiv, who have one point, had already been knocked out.
Manchester United suffered a rare European defeat by 3-1 at home to Paris Saint-Germain in Group H.
Ex-PSG striker Edinson Cavani was given little chance to shine in a game which ran away from United after midfielder Fred was sent off early in the second half for a second yellow card.
PSG were superior in every department from the start and took an early lead through Neymar. United’s frustration boiled over in a clash off the ball between Fred and Leandro Paredes. Fred was lucky to be show only a yellow card by Daniele Orsato who refereed last season’s Champions League final.
Gp E: Krasnodar 1, Rennes 0; Sevilla 0, Chelsea 4. Gp F: B Dortmund 1, Lazio 1; Brugge 3, Zenit 0. Gp G: Ferencvaros 0, Barcelona 3; Juventus 3, D Kyiv 0. Gp H: Basaksehir 3, RB Leipzig 4; Man. Utd 1, PSG 3.
United capitalised on that escape by equalising just after the halfhour. Marcus Rashford, who loves scoring goals against PSG, provided the shot which beat Keilor Navas with a deflection off Danilo.
Surprisingly United did not replace Fred for a second half which began with PSG back on the attack. Yet the best chance fell to Anthony Martial who lifted his close-range shot high over goal after a fast break between Cavani and Rashford.
Cavani could then have scored himself on the break. He raced clear from just inside the PSG half only to chip his shot against the crossbar.
PSG’s Marquinhos had similar bad luck with a header against the bar at the other end but then jabbed a second PSG goal from close range after United failed to clear a right-wing corner by Neymar.
Worse followed for United when Fred was shown a second yellow card for a foul on ex-United midfielder Ander Herrera and a red. Manager Solskjaer only had himself to blame for not having taken Fred out of the game at half-time.
Neymar killed off United with a third goal and his own second in stoppage time. So United still need a point – in Leipzig next week.
In Spain Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud scorer of all of their four their goals in a 4-0 win in Sevilla – with left foot, right foot, header and penalty. He thus became the oldest player to score a hat-trick in the Champions League/European Cup since Ferenc Puskas for Real Madrid against Feyenoord in 1965.