Torino let a two goal half time lead slip as they were held to a 2-2 draw with AC Milan, with Adem Ljajic's first half penalty miss proving costly.
Torino made a bright start and were ahead after twenty minutes when Andrea Belotti reacted quickly to re-direct Adem Ljajic's wayward shot past Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Toro doubled that lead five minutes later as a goalmouth scramble finally resulted in Marco Benassi back-heeling the ball into the net.
After an excellent run down the left wing, Antonio Barreca won his side a penalty after he was upended by Gabriel Paletta. Adem Ljajic stepped up to take the spot kick, but his effort was straight at the teenager Donnarumma who has now saved penalties in both league games against Toro this season.
That penalty save seemed to re-energise AC Milan and they reduced the arrears ten minutes into the second half through Andrea Bertolacci's scrappy effort - which was awarded with the use of goal line technology.
Toro immediately went up the other end and thought they had scored a third goal, but Marco Benassi was adjudged to be offside as he tapped home.
On the hour mark, Milan were awarded a penalty of their own when Paletta was bundled to the ground by Luca Rossettini. Carlos Bacca stepped up and sent Joe Hart the wrong way to equalise.
Alessio Romagnoli was sent off in the closing stages after receiving a second yellow card for a foul on Belotti, but Toro were unable to make the numerical advantage count.