AS Monaco are in scary form in the Champions League this season.
After putting Man City to the sword with their attractive counter-attacking football, Monaco left Germany with a win last week in a match that many felt should not have been played.
The Borussia Dortmund players have had to overcome a very difficult situation this past week, but they would have been eager to get back to their best and make an impact in the away leg. Unfortunately for them, Monaco have simply not allowed it.
An early goal would have been the one thing Thomas Tuchel wanted to avoid, but the breathtakingly talented Kylian Mbappe put the home side in front after just two minutes.
With that goal, Mbappe became the first ever player to score in each of his first four Champions League knockout games.
What a ridiculous talent.
After being hit by Monaco's young star, it was the old pro who delivered the hammer-blow roughly 15 minutes later as Radamel Falcao nodded in a goal to put his side 2-0 up on the night, 5-2 up on aggregate.
Once again, the clip starts with Monaco winning the ball back in their own half and scoring seconds later. An absolutely terrifying prospect in transition.