CSKA Moscow's penalty for their fans' racists chants has been reduced by UEFA's appeal commission.

The Russian champions were originally ordered to play three Champions League home matches behind closed doors and fined €200,000. 

That has now been reduced to two games - the first was a week ago against Manchester City - and €100,000.

However, they are still banned from selling tickets to their fans for their two remaining away matches.

CSKA were punished after incidents involving their fans in last month's 5-1 Group E defeat at Roma, including racist chanting and the use of fireworks.

The Russians also played their opening Group E home match - a 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich - behind closed doors as a punishment for racist banners shown during their last group match the previous season, away at Viktoria Plzen of Czech Republic in December.