- Eden Hazard dribbled the referee in the build up to Real Madrid's first goal against PSG
- The Belgium international nutmegged the referee before releasing a pass to his teammates
- Hazard was substituted in the second half as the match ended in a 2-2 draw
Eden Hazard has been in sensational form for Real Madrid of late and he has shown why he is regarded as one of the best dribblers of the game.
Los Blancos surrendered a two-goal lead against PSG to draw 2-2 but Hazard's contributions before he was being substituted was something to write home about.
The Belgian captain nutmegged Portuguese referee Artur Dias in Real's emphatic build-up to the Kareem Benzema's first goal.
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Hazard's brilliant run displaced two PSG stars in his own half, which was followed up by nutmegging the center-referee before delivering the pass that led to the first goal.
Fans on Twitter went crazy with the manner at which Hazard orchestrated the move but he left the pitch injured in the second half.
Madrid were the better side in the first half but there was a contentious moment towards the end of the first 45 minutes.
Thibaut Courtois was shown a red card after hacking down Mauro Icardi but after checking the VAR, the referee overturned his decision and awarded a free-kick to Marcelo.
The Brazilian defender was fouled by Idrissa Gueye in the build-up to the move and both the penalty and the red card were canceled.
Zinedine Zidane's men thought they were coasting to victory after Benzema headed home Marcelo's cross in the 79th minute.
But PSG scored two goals in three minutes from Kylian Mbappe and Pablo Sarabia to level the scores at 2-2.
Gareth Bale should have won it right at the death as his free-kick hit the post as PSG went on to claim the bragging rights and won the group ahead of their Spanish counterparts.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Robert Lewandowski's thirst for goals this season has been something worthy of note as the Bayern Munich striker looks unstoppable this campaign.
The Poland international was on song when Bayern demolished Red Star Belgrade by 6-0 with Lewandowski scoring four of the goals in the match.
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