The Union of European Football Associations, UEFA, paid Liverpool and Chelsea €3.5 million (£3.3 million) for participating in the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday.
Arsenal manager, Unai Emery, has blamed injuries for his side's 3-1 loss to Manchester United in the FA Cup on Friday night.
However, Manu Garba boys had to come from a goal down twice to claim an opening day victory after conceding as early as the 3rd minute.
Checkout what Neymar did to a youngster who invaded the pitch during PSG away win at Rennes (photos)
However, Arfa could not find his scoring form against Neymar and Co as they lost out 1-3 at the blast of the final whistle.
David Luiz's defensive error leading to an equalizer during Arsenal's 3-2 loss against Brentford has gone viral. Mikel's Arteta's side lost the match 3-2 to the Championship side but the scoreline did not necessarily tell the whole story.
The 21-year-old came on as a substitute against Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitan and scored a dramatic equalizer. However, the Frenchman has struggled to hit form under Ernesto Valverde since joining the Catalans from Borussia Dortmund in 2017.
Three minutes later, Hansen restored the Oranje's lead with his second goal of the night. Nigeria failed to find another equalizer, before the Ajax youngster sealed victory for his team from the spot with 10 minutes left.
Liverpool scored the first goal in this tie through Riise, and the Blues had to wait till the 80th minute before they got the equalizer.
But the players and coach conspired to throw it away with their slackness and lack of reaction respectively. 3. Dodgy subs: Although, he was double-marked most of the time, Chukwueze was the better wide player for the Eagles.
But the hosts pulled level in the second half within two minutes. First, Oleksandr Zinchenko dribbled his way through to pull one back, before Roman Yaremchuk bundled in the equalizer. So, what are the five things we learnt? 1.
FT 90+3' It's the final whistle as Nigeria record a big win, 3-2 in favour of Nigeria it ended. 90+2' YELLOW CARD!
Odion Ighalo scores hat-trick as Super Eagles destroy Libya in tough 2019 AFCON qualifier (see highlights)
Striker Odion Ighalo scored a hat-trick for the Super Eagles in this match, and it was Samuel Kalu that netted the fourth goal for the 3-time African champions.