Chelsea and Roma shared the spoils after a thrilling Champions League clash on Wednesday night.
Two goals apiece for Eden Hazard and Edin Dzeko saw the Stamford Bridge showdown swing one way and then the other before it finished 3-3.
Here, Sportsmail's DANIEL MATTHEWS runs the rule over the two sets of players and two managers from the European thriller.
Edin Dzeko scored twice as an impressive Roma side drew 3-3 with Chelsea on Wednesday
Thibaut Courtois - 6.5
Could not prevent any of Roma's goals, made key saves.
Cesar Azpilicueta - 5.5
Looked less assured than he does in Premier League.
Andreas Christensen - 6
Unlucky to deflect Kolarov's goal past Courtois.
Gary Cahill - 6.5
Limited Gerson's influence on a testing night.
Gary Cahill was part of a Chelsea back three that was sorely tested at Stamford Bridge
Davide Zappacosta - 6
Caused problems going forward but defensively suspect.
Cesc Fabregas - 5.5
Failed to make his mark as Chelsea gave ball away.
David Luiz - 7.5
His beautiful goal capped an all-action midfield display.
Tiemoue Bakayoko - 6.5
Busy at both ends of the pitch, but little impact.
Marcos Alonso - 6
Struggled to offer his normal attacking threat.
Eden Hazard netted either side of half-time to help his side secure a share of the spoils
Eden Hazard - 8
Dovetailed well with Morata and took his goals in style.
Alvaro Morata - 7
Lived on scraps, but remained a constant