Paris Saint Germain 2 - Racing Santander 2
Ceará, Traoré, Sakho, Armand; Bourillon, Sankhare (Makelele 65');
Pancrate (Sessegnon 71'), Luyindula, Rothen (Hoarau 76'); Kezman. 4-2-3-1.
Racing Santander came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at Paris Saint Germain, keeping alive their options in the most difficult group of the round. Kezman opened the scoring in the fifth minute after Lacen was slow clearing the ball, his pass blocked and falling to the ex Atlético striker who steered a shot wide of Toño. And Kezman put another effort over the top before passing in for Luyindula to make it two with just under half an hour gone.
The Spaniards got one back though when Traoré headed a long Munitis free kick past his own keeper, and Oscar Serrano, Tchité and Munitis all failed to covert chances either side of half time. Colsa equalised ten minutes after the break with a spectacular shot from outside of the area which went in off the post, and soon afterwards Serrano lobbed against the upright.
But Racing were unable to get the third they really needed, and with a rest day next week, they go in to the last match against Manchester City in three weeks' time needing a win to have a reasonable chance of reaching the next round.