Center passes to forward, forward back to center, center to fullback...
The final result. A tie in soccer? Color me shocked. Here's the BBC write up on the match:
Real Madrid fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Dynamo Kiev, leaving Group B wide open.
Nigerian Atanda Yussuf and Latvia striker Maris Verpakovskis gave the Ukrainian champions a 2-0 lead halfway through a frantic first half.
But 15 minutes later Raul put Real back into the game with his 48th Champions League goal - one behind former Real striker Alfredo Di Stefano's all-time European scoring record - after a great pass from by Luis Figo.
Figo then levelled the score at 2-2 with a 44th-minute penalty after Ronaldo was tripped.