Marco Reus marked his first appearance of the season with a hat-trick as Borussia Dortmund consolidated top spot in Group F with an 8-4 victory over Legia Warsaw, breaking a Champions League record in the process.
It was Legia who took the lead through Aleksandar Prijovic early on, but Shinji Kagawa's double and Nuri Sahin's header put Dortmund well in control.
Ousmane Dembele added Dortmund's fourth after Prijovic had snatched another for Jacek Magiera's side, with a Reus double coming before Michal Kucharczyk pulled another one back for Legia.
Felix Passlack's header made it seven for Dortmund, before Nemanja Nikolic netted Legia's fourth, and Reus was on hand to set a new Champions League record of 12 goals in one match.
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