Inter Milan came from a goal down to beat Cesena 2-1 on Saturday, keeping the Serie A title race alive until the next round of fixtures.
Inter trailed through Igor Budan’s 55th minute goal at the Stadio Dino Manuzzi and looked to be heading for defeat until substitute Giampaolo Pazzini struck to level the scores in the 91st minute.
The striker netted again five minutes into injury time to secure an unlikely comeback victory for the defending champions.
Inter, second in the table, are five points behind league leaders Milan, who play Bologna at home on Sunday.
With three rounds of the season still to come, even if Milan beat Bologna they must wait until next weekend at the earliest to secure their first Scudetto since 2004.
In Saturday’s other match, third-placed Napoli beat Genoa 1-0 to secure their first win in three matches.
Slovak Marek Hamsik scored the winner for Napoli with eight minutes remaining at the Stadio Sao Paolo.
Napoli are six points behind Milan and one back from Inter, but hold an eight-point buffer ahead of fourth-placed Lazio.