Erling Haaland redeemed himself with his 66th goal for Borussia Dortmund in 66 games after a shocking open goal failure.
The Norwegian forward, who is set to leave Dortmund next summer, initially failed to double his side’s lead following a superb strike from Jude Bellingham.
Haaland is said to have salivated after Donyell Malen’s excellent work on the left side as he stole the ball from two Besiktas players and addressed it to the striker as Ersin Destanoglu advanced.
Yet despite the prospect of an open prison, the Norway international managed to inexplicably detonate the ball high and wide from the empty net.
The target from Chelsea and Man City doubled the lead after a great job from Bellingham, who still impressed.
The England international combined incredible power and balance to burst into the box without scoring and reclaim Thomas Meunier’s pass to his chest before unleashing a volley.
The former Birmingham City midfielder has become the youngest player to score in consecutive Champions League games, overtaking Kylian Mbappé.
Bellingham is currently at the center of a standoff between a number of Premier League teams, if rumors are to be believed, with the strike doing little to dispel that information.
Liverpool and Manchester City are reportedly interested in the 18-year-old, but Sport Bild claim Dortmund will likely sell no less than € 100million (£ 85million).