Dortmund coach Peter Stoger did not hide his enthusiasm about BVB's latest additions, telling his postmatch news conference: "Michy is a true goal scorer". Trailing to Marin Tomasov's seventh-minute goal, the Portuguese side then scored three goals in 11 second-half minutes.
"We were up 2-1 and should have done it a bit better".
The Belgian striker threatens to add more goals in Sunday's German league match at Borussia Moenchengladbach, who have lost their last three games without scoring.
Mario Balotelli's brace had given the hosts a two-goal cushion, but Fernandes pulled one back from the spot and Nice's Racine Coly saw red for fouling Ari.
Valere Germain's double and a Florian Thauvin effort gave Marseille a 3-0 first-leg win against Braga, while Sporting Lisbon came from behind to win 3-1 at Astana in the early kick-off. It's clearly evident that Batshuayi's real talent is oozing at Dortmund, where he now feels very much at home.
New snow ice warning issued by Met Éireann
Temperatures in the north will be 8C at their highest, with the south-west enjoying slightly higher temperatures of 12C. A nationwide snow and ice weather warning has been issued, with wintry showers set to bring up to 3cm of snow.
More Israelis believe police than Netanyahu, polls show
During his tenure as prime minister, some 15 investigations have been opened against Netanyahu to "topple me from power", he said. When Netanyahu first made his move to take over the Likud party 25 years ago, the party establishment largely dismissed him.
Facebook to release its own smart home speakers in July 2018
The company seems to have signed deals with Sony and Universal Music, which may add more features into the smart speakers. Apple has launched " HomePod ", Amazon has "Echo" smart home speaker series, while Google offers "Home" and "Home Mini".
Freezing rain warning for Niagara
Parts of Quebec, including Montreal, are in for several hours of freezing rain, making travel hard and unsafe . Highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become icy and slippery, according to Environment Canada.