Well, that did not disappoint.
English teams doing some damage in the Champions League this year.
Over to Manchester United and Chelsea on Wednesday.
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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who scored his first Liverpool goal, told BT Sport: "We started with the right intensity, the manager said it would be a tough game and we couldn't be complacent.
"Even at half-time he was pushing for us to do better and we got everything we deserved.
"We were very clinical and putting almost all of our chances away. It feels like we have a lot of goals in us, we create a lot of chances.
"This is a competitive team, we have had a few results that have not gone our way and I'm ready whenever I get an opportunity."
Man City manager Pep Guardiola on BT Sport: "It was an amazing game. Outstanding. Both wanted to play against high pressing. Napoli are one of the best teams I have faced in my career. If you are not aggressive without the ball you have no chance to survive.
"The situation is that we go to the next game and try to win that. We are close but it is not already done. We need one more victory to qualify."
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp told BT Sport: "Our attitude was outstanding - we were spot on from the first second.
"We scored wonderful goals, played wonderful football and it looked like they (Maribor) were not very good but is difficult to play against us. I love the fact we stayed really concentrated in the second half, we controlled the game and it was a very mature performance.
"You can struggle in a game like this if you do not have a 100% attitude, it was very mature. Seven goals was wonderful, but the counter pressing I was close to celebrating it, it was so good. They are a really good football team and they could not cope with this.
"All over it was a really nice performance."
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos misplaced just one of his 88 passes (99% accuracy) in the match.
Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris: "I think we were better in first half than second half, they pushed to the end, but we had good chances to score. It was a good draw.
On whether Madrid should have been given a penalty: "I don't know. I was a bit surprised but we have to trust the referee. But we stayed strong and they put on a lot of pressure, we could have faded. We deserve this point."
Tottenham striker Harry Kane, speaking to BT Sport: "We are happy. Of course they are going to have chances but we played well and made it tough for them. A point at Bernabeu, you would take that every day of the week. It shows how far we have come as a team."
On Keylor Navas's second-half save: "I thought I did everything right, I opened my body, I put the ball where I wanted to and he made a very good save."
On seven points from their opening three games: "It puts us in a great position and we play them again in a fortnight. It shows we can handle it at this level and that what it is all about."
Manchester City have won their opening three Champions League group games for the first time.
They are now unbeaten in their last 11 home games in the competition.
The Pep Guardiola bandwagon rolls on.
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker on BT Sport: "We knew they would come at us in the second half but the lads showed good character. Ederson has kept us in it."
Manchester City defender John Stones: "A lot of runners in behind. We knew they played patient football and had attacking threat. We knew it would be tough but we wanted to play our football. At times it was great to watch. I am upset to concede the goal we did but overall a great team performance.
"We have put ourselves in a good position. There are a lot of games to play still. This was a good test to see where we are at."
That was Liverpool's biggest away win in Europe.
In fact, the biggest away win for any English side ever.
Decent, but I feel the Liverpool Under-11s would also have done well against Maribor.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, who scored twice in their 7-0 win at Maribor, told BT Sport: "I think it was a great game, we did good, it was an important result for us and we have to keep looking forward.
"The team did good, we had a good result and that is the most important thing. I'm very happy, now we have to concentrate on improving the results in the Premier League and keep on moving forward.
"We had bad luck in the last three or four games. Everyone was confident a good result was coming."
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Job done, and Manchester City maintain their 100% start in Group F, but the second half tonight was a reminder that, after some recent spectacular results, they are not just going to have things their own way when they meet top-quality opposition this season.
Napoli adapted after being under the cosh for most of the first half and asked far more questions after the break than City posed at the other end.
For the first time this season the home fans at the Etihad were relieved when the final whistle went and when these sides meet next, at Stadium San Paolo on 1 November, it should be pretty tasty.
Andy Sykes: Premier League 10-2 Europe.
Best league in the world.
City hold on and that is three wins from three in the Champions League this season.
Still playing at Etihad Stadium.
Into the fifth minute off added time. Three were signalled by the fourth official.
Can Tottenham mix it with the big boys in the Champions League?
They sure can.
A brilliant result for Mauricio Pochettino's men against holders Real Madrid.
Son Heung-min looking to be the hero, but his curler is blocked in the box.
City playing out time as Bernardo Silva and Kevin de Bruyne provide one-twos to each other by the corner flag.
Fantastic goalkeeping by Hugo Lloris, rushing off his line to claim a corner and relieve the pressure on his Spurs defenders.
Marcelo's strike from the edge of the box is blocked by Christian Eriksen.
A good and proper thrashing.
Into the final minute of normal time in Manchester and Madrid.
Is there going to be any late drama?
Seventh heaven for Liverpool.
Philippe Coutinho lays the ball off to Trent Alexander-Arnold.
From 25 yards out, the full-back has a go and it takes a big deflection off a sliding home defender and the ball ends up in the back of the net.
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Into the closing stages at Etihad Stadium and the Bernabeu.
Maribor hit for six.
The two subs combine. Daniel Sturridge plays a ball through to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
The former Arsenal man looks, opens his body and slots a finish low into the corner.
A first Liverpool goal for the Ox. That will provide him with some much-needed confidence.
Liverpool cruising. Five to go.
Get on the plane and get home lads. This is a job well done.
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After pointing out that Napoli had not conceded twice in the first half of a game for 12 months prior to tonight, it might be worth pointing out Manchester City have not conceded twice in the second half of a game since January.
On that occasion, Tottenham came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 in this stadium.
A Tottenham return for left-back Danny Rose, his first appearance since January after a knee injury.
What a place to make a come back.
He replaces Fernando Llorente.
Into the final 10.
Spurs playing a 6-3-1 at the moment, camped in their own box.
12 minutes remaining at the Bernabeu.
Spurs close to getting Isco fever. (Sorry).
The Real Madrid midfielder almost catches the English side's defence cold with a snapshot from long range, but his effort is comfortably dealt with by the reliable Hugo Lloris.
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So, THIS is ‘Sarri-ball’. The Napoli press has been working since half-time and the Italian side are winning the ball back high up the pitch - on the very edge of the City area at times.
City have rarely been able to escape, and have failed to find the fleet-footed Leroy Sane when they have broken away with any purpose. No wonder Pep Guardiola is making changes, because his side have lost control of this game, and Napoli know it.
Forget about racking up a tennis score this time City fans, you have got a game on your hands.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain almost gets his first Liverpool goal, but his low effort is pushed out by Maribor's Jasmin Handanovic.
A significant goal elsewhere in Group H as Borussia Dortmund equalise at Apoel - it's 1-1 in Nicosia.
As it stands, Tottenham and Real Madrid are six points clear of both those sides with three to play.
Another excellent Keylor Navas stop, this time from Christian Eriksen's drive at the front post.
Centre-back Davinson Sanchez then heads wide.
Tottenham weathered the Real storm and are now edging forward.
Ederson goes the right way but cannot keep out Amadou Diawara's well-placed penalty into the corner.
The second of the game for Napoli.
Fernandinho sticks a leg out and upends Faouzi Ghoulam in the box.
And there was the chance for Spurs to nick it.
Great inter-play between the English side's front men as Fernando Llorente slips in Harry Kane through on goal.
Kane takes a touch, looks up and forces a stunning, low save by Keylor Navas.
Spurs have been on the back foot for much of the second half, but the important thing is that they have not conceded another goal.
A Dortmund defeat at APOEL will bear huge significance in this group, so a Spurs draw away at Champions League holders Real Madrid will count as an excellent result.
Question is though, can they hold on or even nick one?
What a block.
City make a mess of a clearance and the ball breaks to Marek Hamsik inside the box.
Remember, the Slovakian needs just one goal to equal Diego Maradona's record for Napoli, but his goalbound effort is kept out by a brilliant John Stones sliding challenge.
The City defender is another who has made a vast improvement this season.