Inter Milan came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at home to Catania in Serie A on Sunday and end its five-game losing run.
Alejandro Gomez and Mariano Izco gave Catania a solid halftime lead as Inter was roundly booed throughout.
The game changed in less than 10 second-half minutes, however, as Diego Forlan helped Inter hit back with the team's first goal in six games before Diego Milito leveled.
Inter is still winless in its past nine games, but the result could give coach Claudio Ranieri a stay of execution as he seeks to avoid becoming the club's second managerial casualty of the campaign.
Inter is a point behind sixth-place Roma, which lost 2-1 in a heated derby match against Lazio with both sides reduced to 10 men.