AS Roma's hopes of a top-four finish were dealt a major blow as they slipped to a 3-1 defeat by Serie A strugglers Torino on Sunday.
Seventh-placed Roma, who booked a Europa League semi-final date with Manchester United in midweek, took the lead after three minutes through Borja Mayoral and looked conformable as they went into the break in front.
In the second half, Roma fell apart, with goals from Antonio Sanabria and Simone Zaza turning the match on its head and setting Torino on their way to a vital victory in their quest for survival.
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Substitute Amadou Diawara was sent off late on for the visitors after picking up two yellow cards, before Tomas Rincon added a third in stoppage time, leaving Roma seventh in the standings on 54 points, eight off Juventus in fourth.
Torino's second successive win moves them up to 15th, five clear of the relegation zone.
Lazio boosted their chances of reaching the top four after a 5-3 win over Benevento. Ciro Immobile was the star turn as he netted a hat-trick to ensure the capital club repelled a fightback from their opponents.
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