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With the Champions League group stage now over, here are five younger players who have proven themselves in the first stage of Europe’s premier competition.
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Raphael Varane, Real Madrid, 21 years old
The centre-back has got most of his starts in Europe this season for Los Blancos, and he has continued to impress. It is surely only a matter of time before he ends up as a first team regular at the Bernabeu.