UEFAUCLThree players who made Wednesday's UEFA Champions League match memorable
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Three players who made Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League match memorable


The UEFA Champions League proved its quality and high European definition as some of the top sides squared up against their counterpart in various match centres.

Chelsea was in action along with Barcelona and Juventus while the likes of Zenit and Benfica proved their special quality on the European stage with a decent result at home.

The outcome of these games will make the draw for the next stage widely anticipated as we look forward to an amazing season in Europe.

Here Isagoal.com reveals the three players who impressed in Europe last night.

Timo Werner (Chelsea)

Zenit St Petersburg 3-3 Chelsea: Magomed Ozdoev scores 94th-minute  equaliser as Blues surrender top spot in Champions League group | Football  News | Sky Sports

Chelsea forward Timo Werner was impressive on the night and now it’s obvious as to why it’s rumoured in the press that he’s a target buy for new United boss Ralf Rangnick.

The former Leipzig star was really outstanding as he scored a brace to underline his credentials in this match.

That will not be all, as he made an assist for Lukaku’s goal before Zenit found their way back to tie the match 3-3 in Russia.

Leroy Sane (Bayern Munich)

Bayern Munich's Leroy Sane talks about his public image, Jogi Löw, and  criticism - Bavarian Football Works

The Manchester City former player proved his class and ability here with an impressive goal to make it 2-0 against Bayern Munich while it set the tone for a comfortable 3-0 win for his Bavarian side at home.

He’s been awesome for Bayern all season and it’s been clear as to why the German giants bought him against all odds from current Premier League Champions Manchester City.

Magomed Ozdoev (Zenit St. Petersburg)

Zenit 3-3 Chelsea: Injury-time Ozdoev peach denies Chelsea top spot in  Group H

The Russian midfield player was at the right place at the right time to spare his side blushes with a wonder goal of his own.

He scored at the dying minutes to tie at 3-3 after Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner had scored to make it 2-3 for Chelsea.

It was the 29 years old that had the last moment as he capped off a brilliant performance with a goal for himself in this UEFA Champions League contest.          


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