Napoli striker Victor Osimhen, during a UEFA Europa League match with Leicester City, was the hero of the night at the King Power Stadium, the home ground of Leicester City.
Osimhen and his Napoli teammates came from two goals down to equalize in a most dramatic way; a brace from the Nigerian attacker made it possible.
Few minutes into the first half, Ayoze Perez volleyed past David Ospina from a Harvey Barnes cross.
After being denied a goal by the VAR, Kelechi Iheanacho was quick to set up Barnes, who doubled the lead.
Shortly after, Napoli capatain, Lorenzo Insigne, started a counter, had a couple of passes at the edge of the box, before Fabian Rui headed a pass to Osimhen who muscled his way past his marker and looped the ball over the charging Kasper Shemichel.
Just when his side needed him most, substitute Politano, set-up Osimhen who rose so high to head home the equaliser.
Disappointedly, Midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, was given the marching order by the center field referee after he received a second yellow card.
It was indeed a Victor Osimhen’s Night and Stadium.