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Early goals, late goals and even a shock or two once again saw plenty of talking points from the on-pitch drama in the Champions League.

Manchester City came from behind to snatch a late winner at Hoffenheim after conceding inside 45 seconds, while Juventus proved they did not miss Cristiano Roanldo after easily dispatching Young Boys 3-0.

But there were also plenty of incidents away from the field as Sportsmail looks at the things you may have missed from Tuesday night's action...

A call for Zidane at United?

At least from those in charge of producing the matchday programme anyway.

Poor form and souring relationships with players has made Jose Mourinho's position at Old Trafford looked rocky in recent weeks and former boss Zinedine Zidane has been linked a possible replacement should the Portuguese depart.

Whether by unfortunate design or a desperate plea, having a programme headline reading 'Rolling out the Red Carpet' with a picture of Zidane in his Juventus playing days above did not go unnoticed by supporters.

Lukaku tackles himself

Something else that did not go unnoticed by supporters, or at least those from rival clubs, was Romelu Lukaku's attempts at a double step over during their clash against Valencia.

Venturing into the box from the right in a promising attack, a couple of step-overs were followed by him tackling himself, with the ball running behind the striker, opening the floodgates of mockery from Twitter...

Romelu Lukaku tried to perform a step over to fool a defender after charging into the box

Romelu Lukaku tried to perform a step over to fool a defender after charging into the box

But the striker succeeded only in tackling himself while trying to perform the move

But the striker succeeded only in tackling himself while trying to perform the move

Becks back at Old Trafford

One man who should have had a red carpet rolled out for him at Old Trafford was David Beckham, who was back in Manchester to watch his former side.

The 43-year-old played a key role in United's trophy successes between 1995 and 2003, including

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