Source: China State Council Information Office
Roma claimed their second consecutive victory in Serie A, beating Torino 3-1 on Thursday.
The away side went down to 10 men after just 14 minutes, as Wilfried Singo was sent off after his second yellow card.
Torino’s situation went from bad to worse in the 27th minute as Henrikh Mkhitaryan collected a loose ball to fire in a ferocious strike.
The Giallorossi doubled their lead before the interval as Jordan Veretout converted a penalty.
Roma sealed the win in the 68th minute when Borja Mayoral set up for Lorenzo Pellegrini to drill home.
The Toro scored their consolation goal four minutes later with Andrea Belotti’s tap-in.
Roma move level with Juventus on 24 points, but rank fourth with inferior goal difference, while Torino are now second from bottom with six points.