Torino struck three times in the space of 10 minutes to clinch a 3-1 come-from-behind victory over Fiorentina in Turin.
Marcos Alonso put the visitors ahead in the 10th minute but the hosts hit back after the restart with goals from Emiliano Moretti, Fabio Quagliarella and Daniele Baselli to seal the win.
The victory, Toro's second straight following their 2-1 win at Frosinone last week, has lifted the Granata to second place in the standings, level on six points with Chievo, Inter Milan, Sassuolo...
Joaquin is still waiting to discover if he will be permitted to return to Spain and join Real Betis as his club Fiorentina continue to demand full payment for the 34-year-old.
The Spanish midfielder made a plea to the Serie A club to let him leave this summer and return to Betis, where he started his career.
However, the Viola have so far refused to accommodate his wishes since Betis are not close to matching their asking price for a player who has one year left to run on his contract in Florence.
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Fiorentina midfielder Joaquin insists he wants to go home and join Real Betis this summer, making a plea to the Serie A club to release him as he is "not very well."
Betis have made an offer for Joaquin, 34, but the Viola have yet to accept. They are still trying to convince the player to stay since coach Paulo Sousa is keen on keeping him.
However, Joaquin says he is no longer fully committed to Fiorentina, adding that he is desperate to return to his former club.
"I want to go back to Betis, I...
Fiorentina manager Paulo Sousa has thanked Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho for opening the door for him to coach in Serie A.
Sousa celebrated a 2-0 win over AC Milan on his debut as coach of Fiorentina this weekend and insisted that he would not be where he is now if it were not for his fellow countryman's achievements.
"I'm grateful to Mourinho because he's a great example," the Portuguese told Mediaset television. "He's won everything and he opened the door for us Portuguese [coaches]. I always want...