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Watch: All Of The Best Goals From Tonight's Champions League Action

Watch: All Of The Best Goals From Tonight's Champions League Action

What an evening of football. The Champions League continues to be perhaps the best competition in sport, reminding us exactly why tonight.

While this looked like a relatively boring set of fixtures, things turned out very differently. Eight games, 27 goals, and no shortage of drama.

Here's some of the best goals from tonight's action.

Champions League Goals

Zenit vs RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig secured a comfortable 2-0 win in Russia, with this cracker from Diego Demme breaking the deadlock just before halftime.

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Chelsea vs Ajax

After a fast start that saw two goals scored in the first four minutes, this ball from Hakim Ziyech allowed Quincy Promes to restore Ajax's lead at Chelsea.

Ziyech was at it again soon after, scoring this ridiculous free-kick against to give Ajax a 3-1 lead before half time.

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While Ajax would take a 4-1 lead in the second half, the game would finish 4-4.

After a mad period that saw two red cards in a matter of seconds, Chelsea would eventually manage to level things up thanks to a Reece James header.

Liverpool vs Genk

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After a fairly nervy first half, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain put Liverpool's concerns to bed with this cracking finish.

Borussia Dortmund vs Inter Milan

A defensive mistake and some remarkable pace allowed Lauturo Martinez give Inter the lead in Germany.

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Inter's second was even more impressive, with Matias Vecino finishing off a remarkable team move from Antonio Conte's side.

Achraf Hakimi got one back for Dortmund, soon after before Julian Brandt levelled for the home side.

They would complete the comeback late on, with Hakimi capping a wonderful passing move.

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Valencia v Lille

Kondogbia sealed the 3-1 win for Valencia in Spain with this absolute belter.

Lyon v Benfica

It ended in a 3-1 defeat for Benfica in France, but this pass from Pizzi will ease some of the pain for the travelling support.

It gave Benfica some brief hope, but Bertrand Traore ensured Lyon would get all three points.

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Gary Connaughton

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