There were shocks, red cards and sensational comebacks as the UEFA Champions League group stage reached halfway through with a bang.
All Wednesday night results
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Chelsea 3-0 Rennes
The Blues were handed two Timo Werner penalties to thank for what proved a decisive lead in the first half, and the visitors' next task was further complicated by Dalbert''s red card. Tammy Abraham''s close-range finish added second-half shine overnight, with the hosts bolstering their top two places.
key stat : Chelsea have not conceded five goals in a row in all competitions.
Sevilla 3-2 Krasnodar
Sevilla showed a remarkable recovery by remaining undefeated in Group E' despite two goals behind in 21 minutes after Magomed Suleymanov''s beautiful free kick and Marcus Berg penalty. Ivan Rakitić led Andalusia back into contention before halftime, but Sevilla immediately lost captain Jesús Navas to a red card. They picked up the pressure in the second half though, with Rakitić hitting the woodwork on either side of the Yusuf En-Nesyri equalizer before the substitute second and Sevilla's third scored a memorable three points.
key stat : Sevilla are undefeated in 14 European home matches (W12 D2).
Zenit 1-1 Lazio
Simone Inzaghi''s visitors are still undefeated after Felipe Caicedo' leaves the bench to sweep with an equalizer in Saint Petersburg. A shrewd first half came to life as Aleksandr Erokhin' moved towards the goal from Artem Dzyuba''s header in the 32nd minute, but the hosts had to settle for their first points in the division.
key case : This was only Zenit''s second draw in the last 21 UEFA Champions League matches.
Club Brugge 0-3 Dortmund
Dortmund advanced to the top of Group F ' with a resounding win in Bruges. Three goals were damaged in the 32nd minute of the opening as Thorgan Hazard' opened the goal. Erling Braut Haaland inevitably had a say, hitting twice at close range, pushing the home team to third place.
lock stat : Haaland broke his record with 14 goals in his first 11 games in UEFA Champions League'.
Barcelona 2-1 Dynamo Kyiv
Dynamo gave Barcelona a big scare after Lionel Messi's early penalty and the returning Marc-André ter Stegen made several spectacular saves to keep the hosts ahead. His young counterpart, Ruslan Neshcheret, was phenomenal as well, losing again only to the emphatic Gerard Piqué title, before Viktor Tsygankov''s finish provided an exciting final.
lock stat : Barça were undefeated in 23 matches in the UEFA Champions League group stage.
Ferencvaros 1-4 Juventus
Juve scored three points in Budapest in Cristiano Ronaldo's first UEFA Champions League tour of the season. Álvaro Morata entered at close range to force an early lead before sweeping Ronaldo''s low diagonal in the second. Paulo Dybala took advantage of a weak back pass to add the third and Lasha Dvali opened his own net ahead of Franck Boli's consolation.
key stat : Morata has scored six goals in his last six games for Juventus.
Basaksehir 2-1 Manchester United
Demba Ba and Edin Višća's first half counter attack goals set the course for the Turkish champion's first UEFA Champions League points. Anthony Martial halved the gap before the break and although United were disappointed after that, they squeezed a late equalizer only for Alexandru Epureanu to block Mehmet Topal''s own goal in a sensational way.
key stat : Başakşehir broke United's record of ten away wins in all competitions.
Leipzig 2-1 Paris
Leipzig is now on the same level as Man. United at the top of Group H' after coming from behind and defeating Paris'. Ángel Di María gave the visitors an early advantage, but received a penalty saved by Péter Gulácsi. Christopher Nkunku''s strike and Emil Forsberg''s spot hit completed the revival and their opponents were down to nine men full-time.
key stat : Paris lost two matches in a UEFA Champions League group stage for the first time since 2004 / 05'
The reverse fixtures of all these games will take place on Tuesday, November 24.