Nov 26, 2013 at 7.45pm UK at ​Estádio do Dragão
Porto
1-1
Austria ViennaAustria Vienna
Martinez (49')
FT(HT: 0-1)
Kienast (11')
Suttner (55'), Rogulj (90'), Leovac (90')

Result: Porto held to draw by Austria Vienna

Porto only manage a draw against Austria Vienna despite dominating possession and having far more shots at goal.

Porto must beat Atletico Madrid in their final group game and hope for Zenit St Petersburg to ensure they qualify for the Champions League knockout stages after they were held by Austria Vienna.

The visitors were ahead inside 11 minutes when Roman Kienast was allowed time and space by Brazilian defender Danilo and his fierce shot found the bottom-left corner.

However, Porto dominated proceedings with 26 shots at goal throughout the game, but the hosts struggled to find a way through the Austrian outfit's defence.

Austria Wien's defender Fabian Koch vies with Porto's Brazilian midfielder Fernando Reges during the UEFA Champions League group G football match on November 26, 2013© Getty Images

Indeed, they were nearly made to pay when Vienna appealed for a penalty when the ball brushed Danilo's arm, but the referee didn't see it as deliberate hand ball.

The Portuguese side found an equaliser just after the interval when a Eliaqum Mangala header found Jackson Martinez who nodded with Austria keeper Heinz Lindner stranded.

Martinez nearly found a winner seven minutes from time, but his header was inadvertently turned wide by teammate Mangala.

The result means that Porto's fate is out of their hands as Zenit only need to match their result to reach the last 16.

Austria Wien's defender Fabian Koch vies with Porto's Brazilian midfielder Fernando Reges during the UEFA Champions League group G football match on November 26, 2013
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