Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho saw his team move into top spot in group F
Jose Mourinho's Inter Milan lead the way in Champions League group F after a late fightback to win 2-1 at Dynamo Kiev on Wednesday.
BBC Sport rounds up all the action from across Europe in the fourth round of group games.
Italian champions Inter Milan scored twice in the final four minutes to seal a thrilling comeback victory to win 2-1 at Dynamo Kiev.
Inter's second-half pressure was finally rewarded when Argentine striker Diego Milito scuffed in an 86th minute equaliser from a pass by Wesley Sneijder, who then poked in the winner three minutes later.
It had earlier seemed as though Andriy Shevchenko could come back to haunt his former Chelsea boss Mourinho after his deflected first-half strike gave Kiev the lead.
Mourinho's Serie A table-toppers were bottom of the group until their late fightback, but they now go to the Nou Camp to face Barcelona in just under three weeks with a one-point advantage at the top of group F.
The Champions League's most closely-contested group looks set to go right down to the wire as two points separate the group's four teams after Wednesday's fourth round of matches.
Rubin Kazan had earlier frustrated defending champions Barcelona by holding them to a 0-0 draw in freezing conditions in Russia.
Barcelona dominated most of the possession, but they lacked composure in front of goal with the Russian champions always looking dangerous on the counter-attack.
Fiorentina kept up the pressure on Group E pacesetters Lyon with a convincing 5-2 win over Hungarian outfit Debrecen at their Artemio Franchi stadium.
It was the second time the two teams had shared seven goals in a game, following La Viola's 4-3 win in Hungary two weeks ago.
It was 1-1 at half time in Florence after Debrecen's Gergely Rudolf cancelled out Adrian Mutu's opener, but a second-half flurry from the home side saw them take a comfortable lead.
Dario Dainelli, Riccardo Montolivo and Marco Marchionni all scored in 10 second-half minutes, before Adamo Coulibaly pulled one back for the visitors.
Alberto Gilardino made sure there were five different Fiorentina names on the scoresheet in the closing stages to move the Italian side on to nine points.
Liverpool's chances of progressing took a big hit after they were denied a priceless victory in Lyon thanks to Lisandro Lopez's late leveller.
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