Roma 1-1 Barcelona
Dinamo Zagreb 2-1 ARSENAL
CHELSEA 4-0 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Bayer Leverkusen 4-1 BATE Borisov
Olympiakos 0-3 Bayern Munich
Dynamo Kiev 2-2 Porto
Gent 1-1 Lyon
Valencia 2-3 Zenit St Petersburg


Having previously lost their last 15 games in this competition, Dinamo Zagreb have shocked Europe and beaten a 10-man Arsenal 2-1. The Gunners were rotten to the core as they lost their first game in this competition for the second year running and now have it all to do if they have any notion on improving on four consecutive last 16 exits.

Elsewhere, Chelsea's domestic issues aren't forgotten about, but Jose Mourinho and his side had a far more comfortable evening at Stamford Bridge this evening, cruising to a 4-0 win over an admittedly poor Maccabi Tel Aviv side.

Alessandro Florenzi's sublime strike was enough to see Roma hold Barcelona to a draw at the Stadio Olimpico, while Bayern Munich awoke from their first half slumber to seal a routine win over Olympiakos.

Wednesday's results:

Roma 1-1 Barcelona
Dinamo Zagreb 2-1 Arsenal
Chelsea 4-0 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Bayer Leverkusen 4-1 BATE Borisov
Olympiakos 0-3 Bayern Munich
Dynamo Kiev 2-2 Porto
Gent 1-1 Lyon
Valencia 2-3 Zenit St Petersburg


FULL TIME: Dinamo Zagreb 2-1 Arsenal


The only thing Arsenal have managed in extra time is nearly get another man sent off. Joel Campbell this time is lucky to avoid a second yellow after a silly challenge.


Goal! Oympiakos 0-3 Bayern Munich (Thomas Muller)


Arsenal have five minutes of added time to find an equaliser.


Goal! Olympiakos 0-2 Bayern Munich (Mario Gotze, 89)


Goal! Dynamo Kiev 2-2 Porto (Buyalskiy, 89)


Chelsea have a fourth after a smooth counter attack saw Loic Remy fire on goal. His shot was palmed clear, but only as far as Fabregas who simply tapped home from yards out.


Goal! Dynamo Moscow 1-2 Porto (Aboubakar, 81)


Goal! Chelsea 4-0 Maccabi Tel Aviv (Cesc Fabregas, 79)


Arsenal pull one back! Theo Walcott springs clear down the inside left channel and coolly slots the ball past Eduardo in the Dinamo goal.

Moments ago, David Ospina was perhaps lucky to escape a red card after he charged out of goal in an effort to win the ball. On a first look, it looked as if he had successfully dispossessed the Dinamo forward. The stud marks on his leg suggest different.


Goal! Dinamo Zagreb 2-1 Arsenal (Theo Walcott, 77)

Goal! Bayer Leverkusen 4-1 BATE (Hakan Çalhanoğlu, 76)


Goal! Valencia 2-3 Zenit (Axel Witsel, 76)


Goal! Valencia 2-2 Zenit (André Gomes, 69)


Nick Howson at Stamford Bridge

As the evening goes on, the decision to rest several of his first team regulars is starting to pay dividends for Jose Mourinho as his side stroll towards a second win of the season, while weekend opponents Arsenal - albeit with a weakened side themselves - stumble to a loss in Zagreb.

"It has been far from perfect from Chelsea and teams better than Maccabi might have punished their hesitancy in attack, but they will take a great deal of confidence from a moral boosting win, not to mention from the trials of their London rivals.


Meanwhile in Zagreb, Theo Walcott has entered the fray along with Francis Coquelin and Joel Campbell. They have 25 minutes to save this contest.


Chelsea cruising now as Fabregas lifts a ball into the box to find Costa who in-turn lifts it into the top corner with a fine first-time effort.


Goal! Chelsea 3-0 Maccabi Tel Aviv (Diego Costa, 59)


Elsewhere tonight, Javier Hernandez has scored his first goal for the club for Bayer to extend their lead against BATE.


Goal! Bayer Levekusen 3-1 BATE (Javier Hernandez, 59)

Goal! Valencia 1-2 Zenit (João Cancelo, 55)


It;s two! Fernandes, denied moments ago, meets a corner with a thumping header past Ospina. Absolutely dreadful marking from Arsenal.


Goal! Dinamo Zagreb 2-0 Arsenal (Junior Fernandes)


Arsenal are having a 'mare here. Suddenly Dinamo spring forward and it's four on two. The ball eventually comes across to Fernandes on the left of the goal but Koscielny makes a vital deflection to force the corner.


Well, sort of. I'm pretty sure that was a cross that looped in from the Germany international. Looked nice, though.