Fiorentina have salvaged a 2-2 draw at Parma despite playing most of the second half on Monday with a man dismissed.
The Florence side stayed fourth in the Italian Serie A on 45 points from 25 games and occupy the first of two Europa League berths five points ahead of Inter Milan.
Parma are seventh on 37 with a game in hand against second-place Roma.
Matias Fernandez came on with 12 minutes left and drilled home a late swerving free-kick to level after Modibo Diakite's dismissal over a second yellow card.
La Viola played a fast-paced first half, but fell behind on 39 minutes to a sure-fire deflection from Antonio Cassano and levelled two minutes later as Juan Cuadrado scored in similar fashion.
Things worsened for the guests after the break, with a penalty converted by Amauri and Diakite's dismissal on 51, but the great shot from Fernandez allowed them to take home a point.
Parma's substitute Gianni Munari and guest midfielder Borja Valero were dismissed for a brawl in stoppage time.
Late action sees third-place Napoli sit on 51 points as they welcome Genoa. League leaders Juventus beat Torino 1-0 in a city derby on Sunday to move on 66 points and keep chasers Roma nine adrift as the Rome side won 1-0 at Bologna on Saturday.