Four things we learned from Wednesday’s Champions League fixtures

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Another interesting night of UCL footballFrom Real Madrid’s Rodrygo to Tottenham’s freak goal, it was another drama-filled night of Champions League football on Wednesday.Starting with Manchester City, Pep Guardiola’s side secured a 1-1 draw against Atalanta.Claudio Bravo was also sent off during the clash, with Kyle Walker chosen to go in goal for the last ten minutes!Meanwhile, Tottenham secured a confidence-building victory over Red Star.Goals from Lo Celso, Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen secure a 4-0 win.Elsewhere, a late Shakhtar Donetsk goal secured a 3-3 draw with Dinamo Zagreb, while Bayer Leverkusen beat Atletico Madrid 2-1.Paris Saint-Germain also beat Club Brugge 1-0, while Real Madrid dominated Galatasaray in a 6-0 win.Now, we’ve rounded up four things we learned from tonight’s games.Pep Guardiola has a goalkeeping headache ahead of LiverpoolManchester City suffered what could be a huge blow ahead of their clash with Liverpool on Sunday.That’s because Ederson was surprisingly substituted at half-time in City’s clash with Atalanta due to injury.Claudio Bravo was brought on after the break and it was revealed by BT Sport during their broadcast that Ederson had suffered a ‘minor injury’.However, with just four days between now and possibly their biggest game of the season, this isn’t ideal by any stretch of the imagination.The situation was then made even worse when Claudio Bravo was sent off in the second half.Kyle Walker was even asked to go in goal, inc

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