Italian club Parma have made it three wins out of three in Uefa Cup Group D after a dramatic 2-1 win at French side Lens.
The Serie A club were looking to cement their place at the top of the group, but it was their Northern French hosts that claimed the lead at Stade Felix-Bollaert on 19 minutes.
Daniel Cousin side-footed Seydou Keita's cross from the right home to give the Ligue 1 outfit the lead.
The scoreline lasted until 77 minutes when Parma levelled matters through Slovenian striker Zlatko Dedic, who struck home from close range.
That allowed Daniele Paponi to strike Parma's winner just before the end to maintain the Gialloblu's 100 percent record in the group stage.
Spanish club Osasuna boosted their chances of qualification at the expense of Danish opponents Odense BK after a 3-1 home win.
Francisco Punal gave the Basque club the lead just before the half-hour mark, as he turned home Iranian midfielder Javad Nekounam's inswinging corner.
Punal doubled Osasuna's lead on 67 minutes with a low close-range drive before he gave Odense a lifeline with an own-goal eight minutes later.
Any hopes of a Danish fight-back at Estadio Reyno de Navarra ended when Bernardo Romeo claimed Osasuna's third three minutes from the end in Pamplona.