Inter Milan hit back from two goals down to salvage a 2-2 draw at home to Parma in Serie A on Saturday with Ivan Perisic heading a stoppage-time equaliser after Gervinho scored twice for the visitor.
In a match refereed by fourth official Marco Piccinini when referee Luca Pairetto suffered a pulled muscle in the warm-up, Gervinho struck with a majestic volley less than a minute after the restart and doubled Parma’s lead just past the hour.
Marcelo Brozovic pulled one back and fellow Croat Perisic headed the equaliser in the second minute of added time.
Inter, missing leading scorer Romelu Lukaku and fellow forward Alexis Sanchez through injury, is fifth with 11 points while Parma has five points after six games.
It was another less-than-impressive performance from Antonio Conte’s side which has won just one of its last six games in all competitions.