Champions League round-up: Dortmund fightback, Haaland on form, Barca flop
Borussia Dortmund bounced back from 2-0 down at the Westfalenstadion to beat Inter Milan on a packed night of Champions League action.
Matias Vecino and Lautaro Martinez gave Inter a first-half advantage, the latter netting for the seventh time in eight games.
Brandt and Hakimi were the heroes on a dramatic night in DortmundGetty Images
The visitors had taken the lead when £100m-rated Kalidou Koulibaly lunged in on Hwang Hee-chan to give away a clear penalty, converted by Norwegian sensation Erling Braut Haaland to claim his seventh Champions League goal of the season.
However, Salzburg were denied a famous victory at the San Paolo Stadium by Hirving Lozano, who scored from the edge of the box just a minute before half-time.
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Earlier, Barcelona had failed to overcome Slavia Prague at the Nou Camp in a 0-0 stalemate - but they did have a goal ruled out for offside.
Goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar did make two fine saves to earn the Man of the Match award but Slavia had chances of their own and have now earned points away from home against Barcelona and Inter Milan.
Messi was left questioning after a draw with Slavia PragueGetty Images
And while Chelsea were drawing 4-4 in a thriller against nine-man Ajax, fellow Group H hopefuls Valencia were also bagging four goals as they beat Lille 4-1 at home.
They were in fact behind at half-time to a Victor Osmhen strike but Daniel Parejo equalised from the spot in the 66th minute before three goals in the last 10 minutes moved them level with Ajax and Chelsea, all on seven points at the top of Group H.