Kamil Glik scored twice in the second half as Torino came from behind to beat Genoa 2-1 on Sunday for their first Serie A victory in nearly two months.
Iago Falque gave Genoa a 1-0 half-time lead but Glik equalised seven minutes after the restart.
The Polish defender then headed home the winner in the 63rd minute to condemn Genoa to their first defeat on the road this season.
The win, Torino's fourth of the league campaign, lifted the Granata to 14th place, five points clear of the drop zone.
Empoli and Torino had to settle for a point apiece as the two Serie A strugglers played out a goalless draw on Monday evening.
Torino continued to look a shadow of the side who qualified for the Europa League last season as they were held to their fifth draw of the season.
Empoli had the better chances, but, despite ending the game with an extra man after Pontus Jansson was sent off, they could not find a way past their opponents.
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Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella said the Europa League draw has not been too kind to Italian clubs, although he is looking forward to facing Tottenham Hotspur in the last 32.
Aside from the Viola's clash with Spurs, Inter Milan face Celtic, Napoli play Trabzonspor, Torino are up against Athletic Bilbao, while Roma face Feyenoord.
"I think maybe the Italian sides could have been a bit luckier, but we'll give it a go," Montella said, referring primarily to his own side's misfortune in meeting Mauricio...