Football: Spaniards' late sting: Barcelona held in Moscow

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The Independent Online
SPARTAK MOSCOW staged an impressive comeback to rob Barcelona of victory in their European Champions' League match in Moscow yesterday. The game ended in a 2-2 draw after the Russians scored twice in the last 13 minutes.

Barcelona's slip means that Monaco go top of Group A after a 3-0 victory over an injury-hit Galatasaray, the team who knocked out Manchester United.

Milan went two points clear in Group B after a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Werder Bremen in the San Siro. Anderlecht moved up above their defeated opponents Porto into second place, Luc Nilis delivered the decisive 20-yard blow two minutes from time.