It's time to go folks. I need a lie down after that finish! The European live text team are back next Saturday with El Clasico featuring Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and...Luis Suarez. It's not to be missed. Enjoy your week.
- Four goals in the final 12 minutes
- Napoli take the lead through Jose Callejon
- Substitute Fredy Guarin makes it 1-1
- Callejon hits a second in the final minute
- Hernanes fires dramatic late equaliser for Inter
Spanish La Liga
El Clasico is still a few days away but the hype has started. Barcelona manager Luis Enrique has played down the first clash of the season with arch rivals Real Madrid, saying Saturday's game will not be "decisive".
Leaders Barca travel to the Spanish capital with a four-point advantage over their La Liga opponents. Barca are yet to concede a La Liga goal in 2013-14, while Real have scored 25 in their past five league games.
"There are still a lot of games to play and I don't think the game will be decisive," adds Enrique.
Roma boss Rudi Garcia calls on the club's supporters to help the Italian side win their Champions League game against Bayern Munich.
"We can't wait, it will be a fantastic game. Bayern are ready, but we're counting on a red hot atmosphere at the Olimpico," says Garcia.
Jenni in Newtownlands via text: What A Finish. Who said Italian football is boring?
Andrew in Richhill via text: This game had frightening similarities to the QPR v Liverpool match. Great finish.
Dan via text: Football is never boring. Some great goals.
CSKA Moscow may be bottom of Champions League Group E but they warmed up for their home game against Manchester City with a 6-0 win against Kuban Krasnodar on Saturday.
Supporters will not be present on Tuesday as the match will be played behind closed doors after racist chanting from supporters during their 5-1 defeat at Roma in September.
But the home fans are still angry with the three-game stadium ban handed out by European football's governing body Uefa. One of the banners at Arena Khimiki on Saturday simply read 'UEFA Mafia'.
CSKA played in front of empty stands during their last Champions League game, a 1-0 defeat against Bayern Munich.
Will there be a repeat of the thrilling finish when Anderlecht meet Arsenal in the Champions League on Wednesday? The Belgian side maintained their unbeaten domestic league record as they drew 1-1 at Mechelen on Saturday.
They are currently top of the Pro League, with six wins and five draws from 11 matches, but have only taken one point from their two Champions League games.
Arsenal have so far lost 2-0 at Borussia Dortmund and then beaten Galatasaray 4-1.
That was a crazy finish. What does it mean? Inter, who started the day 10th in Serie A, climb one place, while Napoli remain seventh, eight points behind leaders Juventus.
Got your breath back? Tremendous finish with four goals in the final 12 minutes after a tedious 78 minutes. Inter have stopped the rot but Napoli boss Rafael Benitez will be livid after seeing his side twice take the lead only to concede soon after.
Corner to Inter. Last chance of the game.
You couldn't make it up!
Inter are seconds away from defeat when Hernanes leapes high above the Napoli defence to plant a firm header into the back of the Napoli net. Rafael Benitez cannot believe it. Neither can Inter's fans.
Sensational! Jose Callejon's delightful volley from the edge of the six-yard area has put Napoli back in front. We're into the dying moments.
It's been tedious for the first 78 minutes. But this game is ending with a flourish. Walter Mazzarri was under huge pressure coming into the match after two heavy back-to-back defeats. Fredy Guarin's goal might just have relieved some of that uncertainty over his future.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri is sent off by the referee after running on the pitch to celebrate Fredy Guarin's equaliser.
I doubt he wil mind just as long as he is remains in a job.
This game have exploded into life!
Substitute Fredy Guarín levels for Inter from three-yards with his first touch after Napoli fail to deal with a set-piece. Penny for Walter Mazzarri's thoughts?
Where did that come from? Jose Callejon fires Napoli ahead with an angled low finish from just inside the area after Inter fail to deal with a throw-in deep in the home side's half.
Good news folks. There's just over 10 minutes of this tedious game remaining. Even Rafael Benitez looks bored in the Napoli dug out. Hang on. He's just taken his glasses off. Perhaps he's had enough as well.
Gonzalo Higuaín vents his frustration at the referee after his shirt is tugged by Nemanja Vidic before the Inter defender brings him down on the edge of the Inter box. The official waves play on. Higuain is livid.
Sergio Aguero is in the top three strikers in the world, says Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini.
City travel to Russia to face CSKA Moscow on Tuesday, with Aguero in fine form after scoring four times in their4-1 Premier League win against Tottenham on Saturday.
"I've known Sergio for a lot of years, I know his career in Argentina, Spain and in England and that's why I said he's one of the most important strikers in the world," adds Pellegrini. "When he is 100% fit he will demonstrate everything. He is one of the top three or four strikers in the world."
Manchester City are third in Group E after one point from two games, while CSKA Moscow are bottom following two defeats.
Let's hope the forthcoming European games are better than Inter v Milan. Time for more Champions League chat.
Dan Jones-Bell: Just watched 10 minutes of Inter v Napoli. Italian footy is such a bore.
Hang on. This game is showing signs of coming to life.
Inter appeal for a penalty - more in hope than anything else - when Hernanes crashes to the ground under a challenge - but the referee is not interested.
Then Jose Callejon tests the Inter keeper with a stinging shot from outside the area.
Back to the Champions League and Chelsea's top goalscorer Diego Costa will miss his side's home game on Tuesday against Slovenian side Maribor because of a hamstring injury.
Costa, who has scored nine goals for his club this season, aggravated an injury while on international duty with Spain.
"He can't play on Tuesday. I have no idea [when he can play]," says Blues boss Jose Mourinho. "After the Arsenal game he went to the national team. He played two big matches against Slovakia and Luxembourg, and came back in a condition where he's not available to play for his club."
So close by Nemanja Vidic! Inter's former Manchester United defender leaps higher than anyone else at a corner but can't keep his header down. A few years ago he would have buried that in front of the Stretford End.
Time for more Champions League chat.
Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp says his side's recent defending has been "rubbish" and needs to improve instantly.
Dortmund are top of Group D - the same group that Arsenal are in - after two victories, but have not won in five Bundesliga games andlost 2-1 at Cologne on Saturday.
"We have to correct these errors. Not tomorrow, or the day after, but now," adds Klopp. "To concede two goals in each game is rubbish. We have to sort this out and no one will help us do that."
So it's 1-1 in terms of shots against the post but this drab affair has 0-0 written all over it. Very poor entertainment from two teams who should be setting Serie A alight.
Great chance for Napoli as Lorenzo Insigne finds himself clean through with only the keeper to beat but rolls his finish against a post. Rafael Benitez cannot believe it. The Spaniard is getting very animated in the dug out.
Game on in Italy. Let's hope the second half is better than the first 45 minutes. Something needs to happen to lift this crowd.
A spectacular own goal by Brazilian defender Rafael Marques, followed by a Keisuke Honda brace gave AC Milan a 3-1 win at Verona. Marques, facing his own goal, was under no pressure when he tried to hoof away Ignazio Abete's cross but completely miskicked and instead sent a sliced volley whistling past goalkeeper Rafael in the 21st minute.
Honda burst clear and sent a curling finish past Rafael six minutes later, then ran onto Adil Rami's through ball to prod home his sixth goal of the season after the break as Milan climbed to fourth with 14 points from seven games.
Spanish La Liga
A big surprise in Spain as Valencia blew a great chance to go second in La Liga after losing 3-0 at struggling Deportivo La Coruna, their first league defeat of the season. They had started the weekend just two points adrift of leaders Barcelona, but never recovered after falling behind to an own goal by Shkodran Mustafi. Lucas Perez doubled the lead before Toche made it 3-0.
Atletico Madrid climbed to fourth in La Liga after extending their unbeaten home run in the league to 24 matches with a2-0 victory over Espanyol. The reigning champions of Spain went ahead when Tiago Mendes floated a header over keeper Kiko Casilla from Gabi Fernandez's pass. Atletico doubled their advantage in the second half as Mario Suarez tapped in from close range.
It may be goalless between Inter and Napoli, but the goals have been flowing elsewhere in Europe.
It's very quiet inside the ground as both sides head for their respective dressing rooms. Inter will hope they are not left to pay for those missed chances. Napoli need to step it up.
Fair play to Inter. They have been comprehensively defeated in their last two outings but they have come out here and given it a right good go. Napoli have been uninspiring. Rafael Benitez has a big talk to deliver at half-time.
Brilliant skill by Hernanes as the Brazilian controls the ball with his chest before turning and unleashing a ferocious low strike that rattles the post before rebounding to safety. Napoli are lucky to be on level terms.
Another Inter chance goes begging as Rodrigo Palacio is unable to punish poor Napoli defending and shoots tamely at the keeper from 10-yards.. You fear they may pay for their lack of bite in front of goal.
Back to the Champions League and Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti says he tried to sign Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard when he was in charge of AC Milan.
Ancelotti was with the Italian side from 2001 to 2009 and won the Champions League in 2003 and 2007.
"We had sounded him out and we tried [to sign him] but Gerrard's bond with Liverpool was unbreakable," adds Ancelotti.
"I wanted to pair him up with [Andrea] Pirlo, it was a fantastic combination. Putting Gerrard in midfield with Pirlo...it would have been fantastic."
Andy via text: Serie A has been left behind in terms of elite European football. You only need to compare the quality of Italian football now to what it was in its heyday during the 1990s. There is little money in Serie A, so the world's very best players will always go elsewhere.