Champions League: Five best goals from the week

From Messi magic to Yaya Toure's brilliance in Russia, we bring you the best five goals from another exciting two days of Champions League football.

Suarez to Neymar. Neymar to Messi. Goal. MSN produced (yet again) an exhillarating counter-attack to break the dead-lock against Arsenal. Photo: AP
How many times have we seen Arjen Robben cut in from the right flank to curl the ball past the keeper? The Bayern Munich star did exactly that to give his side a 2 goal lead against Juventus. Photo: REUTERS
Stefano Sturaro's goal wasn't exceptional. But it helped the host equalize to set up an exciting second leg. Photo: Getty Images
Manchester City completley dominated the match against Dynamo Kiev. Yaya Toure's curler to score City's third was probably the highlight of the day for the English team. Photo: REUTERS
Some people consider Paulo Dybala to be Lionel Messi's successor. If he maintains the form there is a high chance he will end up scaling his countryman's heights. He scored the first goal for Juventus against Bayern Munich. Photo: REUTERS