Atlético de Madrid stride forward to tomorrow's Audi Cup final where Bayern Munich or Liverpool will be waiting for them. This evening's victory was partly down to the tinkering Diego Simeone did with his subs' bench to reinvigorate his team, and largely down to goalkeeper Jan Oblak, who was imperviable against Napoli's attack - and superbly detained a penalty from Arkadiusz Milik.
Callejón volleys in the opener for Napoli
El Cholo switched Gaitán for Thomas and Atleti suddenly looked a different side. Earlier, it was Napoli who looked to have the firmly under control. The Italians had to wait until the hour mark to find a way past Oblak - a deep ball from the left found Callejón unmarked, and the Spaniard's volley into the ground bobbed up and looped inside the top corner. Simeone waited six minutes to move the bench. Off trotted Gaitán and in his place, Thomas, who gave Atleti more control in the centre of the park and played a part in the equaliser as Griezmann stormed inside the Napoli box then squared to Torres, who beat Reina with an improvised finish - bringing down a bouncing ball with his heel which bobbed over the line. The winner was pure, unadulterated Atleti - a corner flicked on for Vietto, completely unmarked, to head over the line at the far post.
Godin sent off
It may have only been a friendly but it seems there's no such thing in Diego Godín's book - he was ordered off for a second booking - his second in six minutes for two wild kicks, just moments before the whistle.