Dortmund and Legia break Champions League goals record

Borussia Dortmund's 8-4 Group F home victory over Legia Warsaw on Tuesday evening created competition history.

Dortmund and Legia break Champions League goals record

Borussia Dortmund and Legia Warsaw made Champions League history on Tuesday night, registering the highest-scoring match ever in the competition.

Marco Reus hit a hat-trick for the Bundesliga outfit as they maintained their stranglehold on Group F top spot by thumping Legia 8-4 at Signual Iduna Park.

Total haul of 12 surpasses Monaco-Depor goal fest

The game's total of 12 goals beats the 11 shared by Monaco and Deportivo La Coruña when the Ligue 1 side saw off the Spaniards 8-3 in November 2003.

Dortmund travel to face Real Madrid on 7 December - with both teams already through to the last 16 - needing to avoid defeat to qualify as group winners.

Dortmund's players celebrate with their fans after the match.