Moscow: Manchester City was left struggling in the Champions League on Tuesday after squandering a two-goal lead and conceding a late penalty to draw 2-2 at CSKA Moscow.
Goals from Sergio Aguero and James Milner gave City a two-goal lead by halftime at Arena Khimki. CSKA substitute Seydou Doumbia pulled one back in the 65th minute off a cross from Ahmed Musa. Bibras Natcho leveled in the 86th from the penalty spot after Doumbia was fouled by Aleksandar Kolarov.
The result leaves City third in Group E with two points from three games. City is four points off leader Bayern Munich and two behind second-placed AS Roma, who play each other later Tuesday.
The match was played without fans as part of CSKA's punishment for racist behavior and violence by supporters.