Champions League Wrap: Musa Shines As Leicester Held By FCK; Dele & Spurs Stunned At Wembley; Onomah Benched
Published: November 02, 2016
Champions League Wrap: Musa Shines As Leicester Held By FCK; Dele & Spurs Stunned At Wembley; Onomah BenchedRundown of how players of Nigerian descent fared in the fourth round of matches in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

English champions Leicester City have not conceded a goal in the Champions League but dropped their first points following their goalless draw with FC Copenhagen at Telia Parken, to make it ten points from four matches.

Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa made his first start for the Foxes in the competition and was in action for ninety minutes.

At Wembley, England midfielder Dele Alli impressed as Tottenham Hotspur lost their second Group E fixture to Bayer Leverkusen.

Alli, who played the full game, thought he had won a penalty for the Premier League side in the 48th minute but the referee was not interested. Josh Onomah was on the bench for the entirety of the game.

Kevin Kampl tapped in from close range in the 65th minute to give the Germans three points.

Igho Kingsley

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