A Karim Benzema double wasn’t enough to give Real Madrid all 3 points in their final match of the group stage after Marco Reus and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang inspired the visitors to a late comeback.

Karim Benzema has now scored 49 career Champions League goals, drawing level with Alfredo Di Stefano in the all time top-scorers list. pic.twitter.com/Fjxv8xq28v

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The much-maligned Frenchman would double his and Real Madrid’s tally of the night 8 minutes into the second half with a Brilliant header

Real Madrid hopeful Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang reduced the deficit 7 minutes later,

Marco Reus scored a late winner 2 minutes before the end of the match to ensure that the visitors finish on top of their group.