Italy and Norway squared up in their final Euro 2016 qualifier with both sides looking to finish top of Group H.
Despite the lofty status of the hosts, it was Norway who drew first blood, Norwich midfielder Alex Tettey firing through a box full of bodies to put the visitors ahead.
Italy levelled after 73 minutes, Alessandro Florenzi capitalising on some hesitant Norwegian defending to stab home.
And nine minutes later the hosts took the lead, Graziano Pelle finishing brilliantly at the back post.
Elsewhere Pelle has put Italy 2-1 up v Norway; fine finish http://t.co/oW5uzGavoB— Sam (@samuelJayC) October 13, 2015
2-1 was how it finished in Rome, Italy coming from behind to secure top spot in their qualifying group.