Torino were knocked out of the Coppa Italia by Fiorentina on Sunday afternoon after conceding two late Federico Chiesa goals.
As expected, Toro named their strongest available line up, although Simone Zaza picked up an injury in training so was not on the bench.
In a first half devoid of quality, it was the away side who had the best chances, with Jordan Veretout and then Kevin Mirallas both forcing Salvatore Sirigu into saves.
Toro made a much better start to the second half, and Andrea Belotti had a great chance at the far post, but his volley was blocked.
Lorenzo De Silvestri had a good chance after Ola Aina's excellent cross, but the wing back headed over the bar. The former Fiorentina man then thought he had made amends and opened the scoring, but his effort, after a lengthy VAR delay, was disallowed.
With three minutes remaining, Torino were caught on the counter attack from their own corner and Giovanni Simeone used his pace to escape the Toro defence. Whilst his shot was saved by Sirigu, Federico Chiesa was on hand to score.
In injury time, the Viola once again caught Toro on the break, as Chiesa outpaced substitute Lyanco and finished well past Sirigu to ensure Fiorentina's passage into the Coppa Italia quarter finals.