Manchester City's quest to pick up their first win in this season's UEFA Champions League fell short again as on Tuesday they were held into a draw by CSKA Moscow.
Playing away from home, Man City actually started the first 45 minutes in a positive fashion as they went two goals up during that period.
Sergio Aguero opened the scoring for Manuel Pellegrini's men with his effort on 29 minutes, before James Milned doubled the score line on 38 minutes.
City found things hard though in the second half as CSKA improved their performance and managed to pull one back on 64 minutes from Seydou Doumbia's effort.
The Russian outfit finally got back on level terms after Bibras Natcho converted a spot kick on 86 minutes.