Another day of action in European football's Champions League is underway.
Manchester United struggled on CSKA Moscow's artificial pitch before a late goal to Ecuador striker Antonio Valencia in the 86th minute clinched it for United 1-0.
Seven more games are set to kick off shortly with Real Madrid's Kaka facing his former Italian club AC Milan for the first time since he joined the Spanish giants for around $100 million.
Real top their Group with two wins out of two while Milan are in third after last month's shock 1-0 home defeat by Switzerland's FC Zurich but Real's star Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo is one of a number sitting out the game with injuries.
Londoners Chelsea host Spain's Atletico Madrid in the day's other big match.