Well, that was some match.
Leading 2-0 and looking comfortable, Inter fell asleep and let Bologna back into it before both sides struggled through 30 minutes of added time. Ranocchia's goal in the dying seconds was harsh on the visitors, but it made great watching for the neutral.
Ahead of Tuesday night's Coppa Italia encounter, Inter coach Andrea Stramaccioni said that his side would be giving the competition the respect it deserved. The Roman even went as far to say that progressing was as important to them as their Serie A and Europa League form.
Both Inter and Bologna approached the game in the right way, with strong squads and plenty of attacking intent.
So what stood out in this encounter? Read on to find out.