Champions League, league stage, day five

Levski Sofia 0 - Barcelona 2

Barcelona kept on track for a place in the last 16 after a 0-2 victory at Levski Sofia. However Werder Bremen's win over Chelsea in the other group match meant that Frank Rijkaard's side have to beat the Germans in their last game in two week's time to go through. Giuly gave Barça the lead with less than five minutes gone after Gudjohnsen's header from Zambrotta's cross was blocked. And although the Bulgarian side came close to equalising a couple of times, Iniesta put the travelling fans at ease with a second goal after Petkov could only push out Deco's long shot midway through the second half. (22.11.06)

Valencia 2 - Olympiakos 0

Valencia confirmed top spot in their group after a 2-0 win over Olympiakos. The Spaniards were already sure of a place in the next round before the game began, and although Villa limped off injured early on, Angulo put them ahead on the stroke of half time with an angled shot. And Villa's replacement Morientes headed home David Silva's cross just a minute after the restart to take his tally for the competition to five, level at the top of the goalscorers' chart with Drogba and Kaká. (22.11.06)

Real Madrid 2 - Olympique Lyon 2

Real Madrid had to settle for second place in their group after drawing 2-2 against Olympique Lyon. Capello's side were thankful to save a point though after going two down in the first half hour, Carew forcing his way through to open the scoring early on and Malouda getting ahead of the defence to turn Juninho's free kick past Casillas for the second. Diarra headed one back before the break though, and Van Nistelrooy levelled the scores seven minutes from the end, scoring from close up after Raúl had headed a Roberto Carlos cross against the foot of the post. And Madrid could have won it two minutes from the end had Coupet not saved Van Nistelrooy's penalty after the striker had been brought down by Cris. (21.11.06)