Napoli clinched the Coppa Italia with a 3-1 win over Fiorentina in Rome, although the game was overshadowed by crowd disturbances which forced a 45-minute delay to kick-off.
Napoli ended the game with only 10 men after Gokhan Inler was given his marching orders, but the Azzurri held on to win the Coppa Italia for the fifth time.
Kick-off was delayed by 45 minutes while there were doubts it would even commence at all after news of a supporter being seriously hurt outside the stadium reached those who were inside the ground.
Despite the disrupted preparations, the game immediately sparked into life with Gonzalo Higuain going close to opening the scoring in the sixth minute.
Only five minutes later, Hamsik threated a perfectly-weighted ball into the path of Insigne, allowing the only Italian in the Napoli starting XI to concentrate on curling a right-footed shot into the far corner, off the inside of the post.
Insigne it was again who doubled a dominant Napoli's lead in the 17th minute.
Higuain pulled the ball across goal, aiming for Hamsik but instead finding Insigne, whose shot was deflected past Neto off
The game was certainly doing its best to make up for the unsavoury pre-match incidents and Vargas ensured even more drama when he pulled a goal back in the 28th minute.
He lashed a powerful left-footed volley past
On the stroke of half-time, with Fiorentina now chasing an equaliser,
The Viola continued to push for a second in the second half and, only minutes after coming on,
Mertens put Pandev through on goal but he tried to nudge the ball tamely past Neto, who made an easy stop.
That miss looked like it could come back to haunt Napoli after Inler received his second yellow card in the 79th minute, leaving the Azzurri with just 10 men.
The final 10 minutes saw an onslaught on the Napoli goal, with Josip Ilicic wasting the best chance five minutes from time after being put through by
Napoli then broke with