Edinson Cavani struck in the eighth minute of injury-time to earn Napoli a point against 10-man Steaua Bucharest in a 3-3 thriller in Romania.
Trailing 3-0 after 16 minutes played, the Italians showed plenty of fighting spirit to launch a comeback in the Europa League Group K fixture.
Emilson Cribari’s own goal had put the hosts in front after just two minutes played.
Cristian Tanase doubled Steaua’s lead in the 11th minute before Pantelis Kapetanos made it 3-0 shortly after.
Katepanos turned from hero to villain within minutes as he was shown a red card shortly after the half-hour mark.
The Italians made use of their numerical superiority and reduced the arrears with Luigi Vitale scoring on the stroke of half-time.
Napoli substitute Marek Hamsik made it 3-2 with 17 minutes remaining before Cribari stunned the hosts with seconds to go.