Ukraine champions Shakhtar Donetsk had a spring in their step in training Monday as they look to add another Champions League scalp to their name.
Luis Castro's pulled off a stunning 3-2 victory over Group B favourites Real Madrid last week and face Inter Milan in their second match in Kiev on Tuesday.
Shakhtar were without 10 players due to a combination of Covid-19 positives and injuries but blew 13-time European champions Real away in the first half, taking a 3-0 lead and missing more chances to add to the scoreline.
Strikes from Tete and Manor Solomon, either side of a Raphael Varane own-goal, gave Shakhtar a shock lead at the interval and while Luka Modric and Vinicius Junior pulled goals back, Madrid fell short.
Fede Valverde thought he had grabbed an equaliser in injury time but his deflected shot was ruled out after VAR showed Vinicius was offside.
A huge upset puts Madrid on the back foot in Group B, especially as Shakhtar were in theory their weakest opponent, the others being Inter and Borussia Monchengladbach.
Inter needed a late Romelu Lukaku goal to earn a 2-2 draw against the Germans on Matchday 1.
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