European football began in earnest this week with the first games in the group stages of the Champions League and Europa League being played.
Eight British teams were involved across the two competitions, with mixed results.
Here, Press Association Sport looks at the winners and losers from the first round of matches.
Tottenham – LOSERS
Liverpool – WINNERS
Manchester United – WINNERS
Manchester City – LOSERS
Rangers – WINNERS
Chelsea – WINNERS
It could, and should, have been a lot more convincing a win for Maurizio Sarri’s side out in Greece, but they got the job done nevertheless. Despite resting the in-form Eden Hazard, Chelsea fielded a strong side but could not build on an early goal before settling for a one-goal win. They had the chances to, but the form of Alvaro Morata will remain a major concern and while Pedro also went off injured, they claimed the three points they were there for.
Celtic – WINNERS
Arsenal – WINNERS
It was always likely to be a convincing win for the Gunners against Ukrainian outfit Vorskla Poltava and, after a slow start, Unai Emery’s side showed their class. It clearly remains a work in progress for the Frenchman at the Emirates, but there was the pleasing sign of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang getting on the scoresheet. He had only netted once this season before his well-taken double, which will give him a boost ahead of the weekend, while there were also good run-outs for Lucas Torreira and Bernd Leno.