Torino 3-4 Lazio: Lazio scrape out thrilling win with two goals in added time

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic-Lazio

Lazio have edged out Torino in a seven-goal thriller.

Lazio have edged out Torino 4-3 in the Serie A away fixture, with Felipe Caicedo scoring winning in the dying seconds of the game.

The visitors drew first blood after Andreas Pereira netted his maiden goal in the Biancocelesti shirt.

However, the lead was soon shut down by Torino when Bremer scored a header from the corner kick. Skipper Andrea Belotti went on to score the second goal moments later from the penalty spot.

Lazio found the equalizer soon after the second half began, with Sergej Milinkovic-Savic curling in a brilliant free-kick.

Torino looked as they put the game to bed after Sasa Lukic found the nets in the 87th minute. However, it was only for Lazio to come back with a couple of goals in the stoppage time.

Ciro Immobile found the equalizer for the second time after a fine penalty before Felipe Caicedo scored the winner, scrapping out a goal in Torino’s penalty box before he went out wild in celebration.

Lazio are back on the right track, winning back to back Serie A games following the defeat to Sampdoria. Furthermore, Simone Inzaghi’s side were off to an impressive start in the Champions League, beating Dortmund and drawing Club Brugge away.

Meanwhile, Torino’s dreadful form continues in Serie A after going winless in six of their games thus far. They picked up their first point of the season against Sassuolo last week.