Haaland (left) scored City's first goal (French)

Barcelona turned the tables on its guest Porto and turned its deficit with a goal to win 2-1 and ensured its qualification to the price of the Champions League final football, Tuesday, at the Olympic Stadium "Luis Combanes" in Barcelona in the fifth round penultimate of Group H.

Porto was the first to score through Brazilian striker Pepe (30), and Barcelona equalized through Portuguese defender Joao Cancelo (32), before the latter's compatriot Joao Felix scored the winning goal (57).

⚽️🔥 Joao Felix imprints on Barcelona's second goal #دوري_أبطال_أوروبا | #برشلونة_بورتو #UCL | #beINUCL pic.twitter.com/cIyCVPZT45

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Barcelona achieved the most important thing as it needed a win to resolve its card, as it was alone in the lead with 12 points, 3 points ahead of Porto and Shakhtar Donetsk Ukrainian winner narrowly at home to Antwerp 1-0 in Hamburg.

Porto will meet Shakhtar in the final sixth round in a fiery summit on the second card on December 13.

Barcelona went into the game without German international goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen and promising midfielder Gavi due to injury.

Luis Openda (right) scored twice against City (French)

City secure top spot in Group G

Within the fifth round of Group G, Manchester City returned English champions from afar and snatched a precious victory from Leipzig 3-2 on Tuesday at the stadium "Etihad" in Manchester.

⚽️🔥 Luis Openda opens the scoring for Leipzig #ChampionsLeague | #مانشستر_سيتي_لايبزيج #UCL | #beINUCL pic.twitter.com/LYTzw2JuvV

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Leipzig scored in the 13th minute through Belgian newcomer striker Louis Openda with a left-footed shot from inside the area following a pass from Janis Plaswick.

🏃 ♂️🏃 ♂️ Obenda ran away. Obenda fled

⚽️⚽️ Luis Openda extends Leipzig's lead with a counter-attack goal #ChampionsLeague | #مانشسترسيتي_لايبزيج #UCL | #beINUCL pic.twitter.com/1GS18qlNaU

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The same player added the second goal after 20 minutes with a right-footed shot following a pass from Dutchman Xavi Simmons (33).

⚽️🔥 Haaland reduces the gap for Manchester City

✍️ Pass or goal?#دوري_أبطال_أوروبا | #مانشسترسيتي_لايبزيج #UCL | #beINUCL pic.twitter.com/JjElciX1il

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City turned the tables in the second half with two goals for Norwegian striker Erling Haaland after a pass to Phil Foden (55), before the latter equalized 15 minutes later from a pass from Croatian defender Bosco Gvardiol (70).

⚽️🔥 Phil Foden equalises the score for Manchester City and ignites the match #ChampionsLeague | #مانشسترسيتي_لايبزيج #UCL | #beINUCL pic.twitter.com/tV7ICbuqGs

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Argentine substitute Julián Alvarez scored the winning goal from Foden's pass (87).

The two teams guaranteed their qualification to the final price and the competition between them was for the lead that was decided by the defending champions after raising his score to 15 points compared to 9 points for his guest.

City denied the visitors revenge for losing at home 1-3 in the second round in Leipzig.

A wonderful painting from Dortmund players finished by Gittens against Milan #Champions_League #beINUCL #UCL pic.twitter.com/1sIUqYsSnE

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Dortmund for the final price

In Group E, Borussia Dortmund reached the final eight of the Champions League with a remarkable away victory over AC Milan 3-1, while Paris Saint-Germain failed to resolve the second card by falling into the trap of drawing with Newcastle 1-1 in Paris.

Dortmund raised its tally to 10 points at the top of the group compared to 7 for Saint-Germain, 6 for Newcastle and 5 for Milan.

Mbappe equalises from the penalty spot after returning to VAR#دوري_أبطال_أوروبا | #باريس_نيوكاسل #beINUCL #UCL pic.twitter.com/axexOrf4Qz

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Source: Agencies