Torino advanced to the knockout stages of the Europa League with a 5-1 comeback triumph over nine-man Copenhagen in Denmark on Thursday.
The victory allowed the Turin outfit to finish second in their pool and join Group B winners Club Brugge in the next round of the competition.
The Italians fell behind in the sixth minute when Daniel Amartey scored for Copenhagen, but everything went downhill for the Danish side after.
The visitors pulled level in the 15th minute through Jose Martinez's goal.
Macoumba Kandji was the hero for HJK Helsinki with a stoppage-time winner only moments after Per Nilsson thought he had snatched a crucial point for FC Copenhagen.
Kandji headed home in the third minute of time added on to give Helsinki a 2-1 win which keeps their hopes alive in Group B of the Europa League, while Copenhagen crash out.
Kandji struck just three minutes after Nilsson's equaliser cancelled out Gideon Baah's 28th minute opener.
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