Torino's terrible away form continued as they were thumped by an impressive Roma side 4-1 at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday evening.
Full back Lorenzo De Silvestri was preferred to Arlind Ajeti in the unfamiliar role of central defence, as Davide Zappacosta also regained his place in the starting eleven.
The home side took the lead after only ten minutes as Edin Dzeko curled a low shot past his former Manchester City team mate Joe Hart from just outside the area. That lead was doubled just four minutes later as Mohamed Salah volleyed home after Antonio Barreca failed to clear.
Salah was causing the Toro defence all kinds of problems, and it was almost 3-0, but his left foot strike struck the post.
Toro were having a reasonable amount of possession, but were unable to create clear cut chances, with Serbian midfielder Sasa Lukic going closest with a long range shot that went narrowly wide.
Leandro Paredes added a third goal for Roma mid-way through the second half with a sensational strike from distance after Toro failed to clear a corner.
Maxi Lopez came on to make a rare appearance in the closing stages for Toro, and the Argentine scored his first goal of the season with five minutes remaining as he beat the offside trap and finished well beyond Wojciech Szczesny.
However, there was still time for Roma to score again with Radja Nainggolan adding a fourth in injury time to seal a convincing victory.