It's two wins and a draw for Juventus' opponents in their Champions League group.
Starting with the Bianconeri's next opponents, Manchester United, Jose Mourinho's team beat Everton on Sunday at Old Trafford, 2-1. Paul Pogba opened the scoring when he fired in a rebound from his saved penalty, before United doubled their lead with a great strike from Anthony Martial in the 49th minute. Gylfi Sigurdsson scored a late penalty for Everton to make it an interesting finish but Man Utd held on for the win.
It was a goalless draw on Saturday in Bilbao for Valencia, who are currently 14th in La Liga. Finally, Young Boys, won their game with a great comeback in the final minutes at home to Sion. The visitors went ahead in the first half with a goal from Ermir Lenjani after 17 minutes and then scored another through Mohamed Camara on 28. In the second half, Young Boys turned it around, with Guillaume Hoarau pulling a goal back just after the hour mark. Roger Assalé equalised with three minutes to go and then in stoppage time Sekou Sanogo completed the remarkable comeback.