Napoli played their latest fixture in the Italian Serie-A against Sassuolo away from home and only managed to draw the match 3-3 in the end as Sassuolo scored a late equaliser. Napoli could easily have won the away match in the end but gave away two penalties in the match and scored an own goal giving Sassuolo the opportunity to draw the match 3-3 at full-time. Napoli looked sure to win the match 3-2 in the last minutes of the match but a late injury time penalty taken by Francesco Caputo earned Sassuolo a point in the match.
Sassuolo opened the scoring in the early 34th minute of the match when Nikola Maksimovic scored an own goal giving Sassuolo the 1-0 lead. Napoli equalised in the 38th minute of the match as Piotr Zielinski levelled the score on 1-1. Domenico Berardi scored in the 45+1 minute of the match from the penalty spot to lead at 2-1 for Sassuolo. Giovanni Di Lorenzo scored in the 72nd minute for Napoli as the score level on 2-2. Napoli managed to take the lead for the first time in the match when Lorenzo Insigne scored in the 90th minute from the penalty spot to lead 3-2. Sassuolo got it right to equalise again when Francesco Caputo scored in the 90+5 minute of the match from the penalty spot to level at 3-3. Sassuolo and Napoli drew the match 3-3 in the end as they shared the points.
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