Chelsea, England, managed to beat its French stadium, Rennes, 3-0, on Wednesday, in the Champions’ League group stage.

The match witnessed the participation of Moroccan star Hakim Ziyech from the start, before being substituted in the 75th minute, as well as the dismissal of Rennes player Dalbert before the end of the first half, for receiving a second yellow card.

German striker Timo Werner played the starring role in the "Blues" victory, scoring his first two goals in the 10th and 41st minutes from penalty kicks, while Tami Abraham added the third goals after just 5 minutes into the second half.

In the same group, the Spanish club Sevilla managed to beat Krasnodar of Russia, 3-2.

The Andalusian team trailed with two goals in the first half before Ivan Rakitic narrowed the score in the 42nd minute.

Although Sevilla completed the match with a numerical shortage after Jesus Navas was sent off, Moroccan Youssef Al-Nusiri had another opinion by scoring a double within 3 minutes that gave the landowners precious victories.

Thus, Chelsea led the group with 7 points, one ahead of Sevilla on goal difference, while Krasnodar and Rennes finished third and fourth with one point.

In Group Six, Germany’s Borussia Dortmund won easily over Belgian club Brugge with 3 goals.

The victory came with the feet of the Belgian Thorgan Hazard and the Norwegian Erling Haaland, as the latter scored a brace that raised his scoring tally in the tournament to 14 goals throughout his career.

Haaland equalized all goals of the phenomenon Ronaldo Nazario throughout his career in the competition, although the young striker has only played 11 games so far.

Dortmund's victory came after Lazio, Italy, stumbled into a draw away to Russia's Zenit Saint Petersburg with a goal for each.

The "Festival Lions" led the group with 6 points, followed by Lazio with a pointless, while Bruges stopped at 4 points in third place, while Zenit trailed the standings with one point.

The fall of United and Paris Saint-Germain

In Group H, Manchester United received their first loss in the championship this season by falling away at the hands of Basaksehir, 1-2.

With this loss, the series of victories that United achieved outside his home country in various tournaments stopped in his last 10 visits to the stadiums of competitors, and it is his first away defeat since his fall to Liverpool in January in the English Premier League.

The group also witnessed another surprise, with Paris Saint-Germain falling away to Leipzig, Germany, 1-2.

The loss came despite Saint Germain's advance with an early goal through Angel Di Maria, just 6 minutes into the match.

Leipzig managed to equalize before the end of the first half through Christopher Nkunko, before Emil Forsberg scored the winning goal from the penalty spot in the 57th minute.

Di Maria missed the opportunity to kill the match early on his team by missing a penalty kick while advancing (1-0), in the 16th minute, which provided the opportunity for Leipzig to return.

Saint-Germain duo Idrissa Gay and Prisnell Kimpembe were sent off in the 69th and 95th minutes.

Despite these results, German United did not give up their lead in Group H with 6 points, while Leipzig came behind them on goal difference, and Saint-Germain ranked third with 3 points, ahead of Basaksehir on goal difference as well.