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Chelsea 3-0 Rennes: Timo Werner scores twice from the penalty spot

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Timo Werner is the first German to score two penalties in a single European Cup/Champions League match since Lothar Matthaus for Bayern Munich v Real Madrid in April 1987.

Two penalties from Timo Werner helped Chelsea to a comfortable Champions League win over Rennes as Frank Lampard’s side opened up a three-point lead at the top of their group.

Midfielder Jorginho missed from the spot in Krasnodar last week and he watched on as Werner twice buried from 12 yards.

Rennes were reduced to 10 men when Dalbert collected his second yellow when conceding the second penalty and from that point on the game was over.

Tammy Abraham made it three from a fine Reece James cross as Chelsea made it seven points from their opening three games.

The only bad news of the night came before kick-off, with Germany midfielder Kai Havertz confirmed to have caught Covid-19.

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  1. Squad number16Player nameMendy

  2. Squad number24Player nameJames

  3. Squad number15Player nameZouma

  4. Squad number6Player nameThiago Silva

  5. Squad number21Player nameChilwell

  6. Squad number7Player nameKanté

  7. Squad number5Player nameJorginho

  8. Squad number19Player nameMount

  9. Squad number22Player nameZiyech

  10. Squad number9Player nameAbraham

  11. Squad number11Player nameWerner

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  2. Squad number17Player nameKovacic

  3. Squad number18Player nameGiroud

  4. Squad number20Player nameHudson-Odoi

  5. Squad number33Player nameEmerson


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  2. Squad number27Player nameTraoré

  3. Squad number3Player nameDa Silva

  4. Squad number6Player nameAguerd

  5. Squad number5Player nameDalbert

  6. Squad number15Player nameNzonzi

  7. Squad number19Player nameGboho

  8. Squad number12Player nameLea Siliki

  9. Squad number14Player nameBourigeaud

  10. Squad number7Player nameTerrier

  11. Squad number9Player nameGuirassy

  1. Squad number8Player nameGrenier

  2. Squad number18Player nameDoku

  3. Squad number22Player nameDel Castillo

  4. Squad number23Player nameHunou

  5. Squad number31Player nameTruffert



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  • 24James
  • 15Zouma
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  • 21ChilwellSubstituted forEmersonat 63′minutes
  • 7KantéBooked at 26minsSubstituted forKovacicat 63′minutesBooked at 79mins
  • 5JorginhoBooked at 65mins
  • 19Mount
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  • 9AbrahamSubstituted forGiroudat 63′minutes
  • 11Werner


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  • 3Alonso
  • 4Christensen
  • 13Caballero
  • 14Tomori
  • 17Kovacic
  • 18Giroud
  • 20Hudson-Odoi
  • 28Azpilicueta
  • 33Emerson
  • 40Ziger


  • 16Gomis
  • 27Traoré
  • 3Da Silva
  • 6Aguerd
  • 5Chagas EstevaoBooked at 40mins
  • 15NzonziSubstituted forGrenierat 62′minutes
  • 19GbohoSubstituted forDel Castilloat 62′minutesBooked at 89mins
  • 12Lea SilikiSubstituted forTruffertat 45′minutes
  • 14Bourigeaud
  • 7TerrierSubstituted forDokuat 62′minutes
  • 9GuirassySubstituted forHunouat 76′minutes


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  • 4Nyamsi
  • 8Grenier
  • 18Doku
  • 22Del Castillo
  • 23Hunou
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  • 31Truffert
  • 32Assignon
  • 35Rutter
  • 38Omari
  • 39Ugochukwu

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