NaplesLorenzo Insigne turned a second half penalty to cancel Juan Bernat's goal in the first half of the stop time for Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, in a tense draw of 1-1, leaving the Champions League group, which includes Liverpool, wide open.
PSG took control in the first half and was rewarded when Kylian Mbappé set up Bernat, who scored remotely because the Naples defense was caught by napping.
Badge landed on the pitch in the 63rd minute after José Callejon defeated Thiago Silva and was defeated in the area.
"Our game plan tonight was initially to prevent the ball from reaching Neymar and [Angel] Di María, and it worked well on the whole, "Naples manager Carlo Ancelotti said." They have had a lot of possession with their central defenders, and that's good. It could have been a lot worse for us.
Ancelotti continued: "I am very happy when I came out with a small advantage [in the group table] against one of the best teams in Europe ".
Naples were angry that the PSG goal was allowed after an additional minute indicated for the first half of the stop. Home has advanced pace after rebooting, trying to bring San Paolo to life.
Ancelotti praised it Partenope supporters, saying, "It was emotional to have this audience, we need this passion if we want to go beyond our limits. It's a huge motivation for us."
Paris St Germain coach Thomas Tuchel, whose side is 11 clear points at the top of League 1 after 12 victories, felt he would always have to press a lot of pressure.
"It was normal to suffer a bit in the second half, considering that we have won and that they took great risks to attack us and push us back," he said. "We should have been more brave to attack in the second half. I think my team has had a positive game, at least for some parties, and we have managed to show that we are ready for such matches."
The biggest winners of the night were Club Brugge, which produced one of the shocks of the European season winning at monaco 4-0. It was the first victory of the Belgian league in the Champions League this season and added to the pressure on Thierry Henry, the Monaco manager. Henry did not win in the five game matches, while Monaco's general run is now 15 non-victory games.
Hans Vanaken scored twice in five minutes, Wesley managed 3-0 before the innings, and Rudd Vormer wrapped things up later.
In the other group game, Atletico Madrid fired the level with Borussia Dortmund to nine points after defeating German 2-0 leaders in Spain. Saúl gave the lead in the 33th minute and Antoine Griezmann doubled his advantage in 10 minutes.
In group D, Porto beat Lokomotiv Moscow 4-1 in the Dragão stadium to move to a qualifying point for the last 16. They were 2-0 to half time and although Jefferson Farfán pulled a back for the Russian team, Jesús Corona and Otávio Monteiro, have secured points.
An empty shot by Guido Burgstaller gave a shot Schalke leadership against Galatasaray, who brought a second to Mark Uth after 57 minutes, to put the German club on the course for the last 16.