It just took five minutes to crack the deadlock, when Ciro Immobile utilized his arm to charge down a free kick on Nicolas Nkoulou ‘s header, enabling Andrea Belotti to score. The yellow card means Immobile is banned for the following match versus Milan, it makes matters more awful.
By balancing on 22 minutes, Immobile ought to have compensated for his blunder, however after springing the offside trap, he simply cut the one-on-one crossbar with Salvatore Sirigu.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has already detonated from a decent position and Felipe Caicedo has been reserved and he will be suspended for the match in Milan too.
Fixed shot target again after a speedy one-two to blast into the container, while at the finish of a long Lazio attacking move, Sirigu took the sting out of a Parolo header and rained crosses into the case.
During the start of the subsequent half, Immobile had the equalizer, this time blasting across a pass to a Luis Alberto and toe-sticking it into the far bottom corner, misfooting Sirigu.
Ultimately, a snapshot of Parolo from the edge of the field took a dramatic diversion off Bremer to midfoot the goalkeeper at the near post and transform the game around totally.
The low cross-shot of Correa flashed all the way across the front of the goal, Sirigu having enough on it to push it around, while Koffi Djidji hurled himself on the heading of another attempt by Correa.
In the last five minutes, Torino eventually placed some emphasis on however it was nearly nothing, too late, and Lazio got all three points from a losing position again.