Torino conceded in the opening minute, but fought back to maintain their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-2 draw with Sampdoria on Sunday afternoon.
Toro made only two changes from the team who started last weekend's victory at Benevento, with Antonio Barreca replacing Cristian Molinaro and Daniele Baselli coming in for the injured Joel Obi.
Duvan Zapata, who was often linked with a move to Torino in the transfer window, gave Samp the perfect start as the Colombian capitalised on a mistake by Emiliano Moretti to fire past Salvatore Sirigu.
However, Toro were level just ten minutes later with Daniele Baselli scoring a sensational goal from outside the area. The Granata then took the lead moments later when Adem Ljajic fed Andrea Belotti and the Toro captain scored with an accurate left footed finish.
Sampdoria were level before half time as former Toro striker Fabio Quagliarella was left unmarked at the far post and was able to tap home Ivan Strinic's cross.
M'Baye Niang had a great chance to score his first goal in a Toro shirt, but he could only clip the post when one on one with Christian Puggioni.
Andrea Belotti and substitute Simone Edera both had chances to give Toro a victory, but Torino had to make do with a point.