Even without Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea will not get going in the Champions League.
In the competitive debut of successor Graham Potter, the Premier League club only drew 1-1 (0-0) against Austrian title holders RB Salzburg on Wednesday.
Raheem Sterling (48th minute) put the Blues ahead,
Noah Okafor (76th) equalized.
Chelsea fell short of expectations with a point after opening 1-0 at Dinamo Zagreb.
Benfica turns game against Juve
For Roger Schmidt, the impressive winning streak with Benfica Lisbon continued.
The new coach also won his twelfth competitive game with the Portuguese at Juventus Turin 2-1 (1-1) and is getting closer and closer to the club record (15 wins in a row).
Arkadiusz Milik scored for the Italians after four minutes.
Joao Mário (43./penalty) and David Neres (55.) turned the game around for Benfica.
Juventus, on the other hand, is already under pressure with zero points.
With six points, the Schmidt-Elf is at the top of Group H together with Paris Saint-Germain.
The French had big problems in the 3-1 (1-1) win at Maccabi Haifa.
Superstar Lionel Messi (37th), who scored in 18 consecutive seasons in the premier class, Kylian Mbappé (69th) and Neymar (88th) were successful for the star ensemble.
Rangers goalkeeper saves two penalties
In the Dortmund group, FC Copenhagen drew 0-0 against FC Sevilla.
Both teams got a point after two matchdays.
In a curious game, SSC Napoli won 3-0 (0-0) at Glasgow Rangers and got their second win in the second match in the Liverpool group.
Matteo Politano (68th penalty), Giacomo Raspadori (85th) and Tanguy Ndombélé (90th + 1) scored for the Italians.
Rangers keeper Allan McGregor previously saved two penalties from Naples attacker Piotr Zielinski (60').
The first saved try was replayed because McGregor moved off the goal line too early.
But the 40-year-old veteran was also able to fend off the second penalty.
Leipzig-Schreck Shakhtar Donetsk missed the next victory in the Champions League.
The Ukrainian top club did not get beyond a 1-1 (1-1) draw against Celtic Glasgow in Warsaw.
The Italian champions AC Milan defeated Dinamo Zagreb 3-1 (1-0) and celebrated their first win.
Celtic took the lead in the Polish capital, where Donetsk plays its home games because of the Russian war of aggression, with an own goal from Artem Bondarenko (11th).
The strong Mychajlo Mudryk (30th), who had already scored 4-1 in Leipzig, equalised.
It was Glasgow's first point in Group F after losing 3-0 to defending champions Real Madrid.
French world champion Olivier Giroud (45th, penalty kick) scored for Milan, as did Alexis Saelemaekers (47th) and Tommaso Pobega (77th) in the 1-1 draw in Salzburg.
Zagreb came through Mislav Orsic (56th), who was still the match winner in the surprising 1-0 win against Chelsea, to the interim 1-2.