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In the Italian Serie A, Lazio held Torino to a 2-2 draw, with former Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart beaten twice.

The Three Lions player who is on a season-long loan deal could do nothig to stop the goals, but his teammates forced a late goal to share points with the visitors. This term, Hart has been able to keep a clean sheets in just two games out of seven matches.

Torino had 56 percent of the ball possession in the game. Of 16 shots, only four were on target. On the other hand, Lazio threatened more as they had six shots on target in 14 attempts. They had one corner more than their hosts with five coming their way during the duel.

Lazio’s Felipe Anderson was on involved in the two goals, but they were not enough to help them get a much desired win. Davide Zappacosta sent a cross that connected with Iago Falque for the first goal within twenty minutes. Lazio got their equalizer through Ciro Immobile in the 71st minute. Anderson inspired the move for Alessandro Murgia who got the second goal in the 84th minute. Lazio thought they had won the day until Adem Ljajic’s stoppage-time penalty ensured the hosts got a point from the game.

In other games, Atalanta thrashed Inter Milan 2-1 while Fiorentina defeated their hosts, Cagliari 5-3. Udinese won Pescara on home soil 3-1. Fourth-placed side Napoli defeated Crotone away while Chievo force Empoli to a goalless draw.

Bologna and Sassuolo plaed a 1-1 draw. Secodn placed side, Roma proved their mettle by routing Palermo 4-1 at home.

Juventus remains the Serie A log leaders after nine games with 21 points, Roma follows closely with 19 – only above Milan on the same 19 points due to goals’ difference. Napoli and Torino complete the top five.


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