Spartak Moscow fans firing a flare towards the ref during their game at Maribor tonight.
UEFA, the governing body of football in Europe, could investigate Spartak Moscow as its fans appeared to launch a flare at referee Deniz Aytekin.
The match - in Liverpool's Group E - was briefly suspended after the flare was sacked around 50 yards from the away end into the crowded centre of the pitch.
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The match was temporarily suspended as the flare, fired from the away end during the first half, landed within metres of Aytekin in the centre circle.
But Maribor found a leveller five minutes from time as Martin Kramaric burst forward to feed Damjan Bohar, who cut inside and curled a fine effort into the opposite corner.
Shakhtar Donetsk stunned Serie A's Napoli with goals either side of half-time to win 2-1 in their Group F match, while Besiktas were also surprise winners in Porto, with Ryan Babel completing the scoring for the Turkish side in a 3-1 victory in Group G.
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