KIEV, Ukraine — Arkadiusz Milik scored with two headers as Napoli came from behind to beat Dynamo Kiev 2-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Denys Garmash had put Kiev in front in the 26th minute in the Group B match in the Ukrainian capital. The hosts finished with 10 men after Serhiy Sydorchuk received his second yellow card in the 68th minute for diving.
Milik, a Poland striker who joined Napoli in the offseason as a replacement for the departed Gonzalo Higuain, equalized in the 36th minute when he headed a left-wing cross from Faouzi Ghoulam back across goalkeeper Olexandr Shovkovskiy.
Milik’s second came in injury time after Dries Mertens’ header from Jose Callejon’s cross was cleared off the line. Milik was there to head the loose ball into an empty net.
Kiev has now won just twice in 21 matches against Italian opposition. Napoli is back in the Champions League after exiting in the group stage two seasons ago.