Russian side, CSKA Moscow grabbed all three points from their latest Champions League fixture against PSV Eindhoven last Wednesday.
Keen on redeeming their opening day defeat from Wolfsburg, CSKA immediately put on an aggressive display.
The home team went one goal up after just eight minutes of play through their striker, Ahmed Musa.
CSKA continue to look dominant as they added two more goals afterwards, which were both scored by Seydou Doumbia.
Taking a comfortable three goals lead in the first half, the home team lose their focus for a bit, allowing PSV to get improve their performance.
The Dutch side were able to pull two goals back from Maxime Lestienne's double on 60 and 68 minutes, but it was not enough to stop CSKA from securing all three points.