Two goals from Seydou Doumbia helped CSKA Moscow to claim a 3-2 win over PSV Eindhoven in their Champions League clash.
The Russian side took a lead in early first half when Ahmed Musa scored a seventh minute opener, the Guardian reported.
Doumbia helped his side to extend their lead by scoring a header in the 21st minute and the penalty in the 36th minute.
Meanwhile, PSV made their comeback in the second half with Maxime Lestienne scoring his side’s opener in the 60th minute and firing in a second goal eight minutes later.
Despite the loss, PSV are still at the top spot in the Group B of the Champions League table.
PSV will next lock horns with Wolfsburg while CSKA will play against Manchester United.