UCL: Bale inches from Real Madrid redemption as Dybala sinks Atletico Madrid

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Tottenham produced a remarkable comeback in Jose Mourinho's first home game that had the lead to beat Olympiacos 4-2 and reach the last 16.

Tottenham marked Mourinho's first home match in charge by coming from two goals down to beat Olympiakos 4-2 and reach the Champions League's knockout stage with a game to spare.

However, it looked like it might not be Tottenham's night as they went 2-0 down inside 19 minutes in north London with a Youssef El Arabi strike followed by a Ruben Semedo tap-in for Olympiakos. Ajax, Chelsea and Valencia are all on seven points and are in fray.

Dele Alli pounced on a frightful defensive mistake to breathe new life into Spurs before the break and a second half double from Harry Kane either side of Serge Aurier's fine strike completed the comeback.

Robert Lewandowski scored four goals in a time frame of 14 seconds Bayern Munich whipped Red Star Belgrade 6-0 to win group B.

Lewandowski has scored four times in a Champions League game once before, for Borussia Dortmund against Real Madrid in 2013.

"I am just as happy when I don't score and we win", the Polish striker told German Sky.

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Galatasaray a first victory in group A were refused as Club Brugge scored a stopping time-time equalizer and then let two men leave in a 1-1 draw. Ilkay Gundogan's 56th-minute goal for City was canceled out 13 minutes later by Manor Solomon at Etihad Stadium. Liverpool may enter this match as favorites, but Napoli have every reason to believe they can get the result they need to advance and even top the group.

Zagreb need to beat City at home and hope Shakhtar drop points.

Atalanta remain bottom of the group but can still go through if they win their final game, provided Dinamo do not beat City.

Kylian Mbappe and Pablo Sarabia struck late to steal a 2-2 draw for Paris Saint-Germain at Real Madrid in a pulsating Champions League encounter that ensures the Parisiens top Group A.

Karim Benzema scored twice for the hosts in an impressive performance, while there was controversy in between as the Portuguese referee showed Real goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois a red card and gave PSG a penalty for a foul on Mauro Icardi, only to overturn his decision following a VAR review. The 20-year-old forward was given his second booking after he took off his shirt to celebrate and the visitors were reduced to nine men seconds later when Clinton Mata was also sent off for breaking a corner flag in two pieces with a kick as he joined in the celebrations. The best goal was scored by Paulo Dybala, whose whipped free kick from near the byline kissed the crossbar before it crashed into the net to seal Juventus' 1-0 win against Atletico Madrid.

Brugge on three points, one ahead of Galatasaray, play Real at home in their last group match in the hope of making it to the Europa League.

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