Chelsea got their Champions League defence underway with a 2-2 home draw against Juventus at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. It was not a bad result in and of itself against the Italian champions, but perhaps Roberto di Matteo learned one or two things about his side after they surrendered a two-goal lead.
A full debut was handed to the Brazilian Oscar and he responded in style with a two-goal haul inside two minutes, first beating Gianluigi Buffon with a deflected, looping shot and then curling an absolutely glorious second goal home from outside the box.
Arturo Vidal pulled one back before half time and Fabio Quagliarella scored the equaliser with just 10 minutes left, though it could have been even worse for Chelsea with the Italian forward hitting the crossbar just a few moments later.
Here are six things we learned in the 2-2 draw.