Lazio coach Vladimir Petkovic was left buoyed by his side's comeback on Thursday night after they drew 3-3 with Trabzonspor in the Europa League.
Goals from Yusuf Erdogan and Adrian Mierzejewski put the home side 2-0 in front before Ogenyi Onazi pulled a goal back for the Biancocelesti.
But the hosts restored their two-goal advantage through Paulo Henrique and looked to be heading for victory, only for Sergio Floccari to strike twice late on and leave Petkovic a happy man.
He told Sky Sport Italia: "We dominated the game but we made too many avoidable mistakes. There are lots of positives for us though because this was a Lazio that believed until the end.
"We could've won. We played well and I am pleased. The boys were good, they worked until the very end and kept creating opportunities."
The result means Lazio remain top of Group J with four points from their opening two Europa League games.