Torino conceded three goals at the start of the second half as they fell to a 3-1 defeat to Inter on Monday evening.
Cristian Ansaldi was surprisingly named in the front three alongside Simone Verdi and Andrea Belotti, whilst Armando Izzo returned to the team following his suspension.
Toro were gifted the lead after just seventeen minutes, when Samir Handanovic dropped a corner right to the feet of Andrea Belotti, who has now scored in six consecutive games.
The Granata had a valid appeal for a penalty turned down when Alessandro Bastoni appeared to handle in the area, whilst Ansaldi forced a save from Handanovic just before the break.
Inter began the second half like a different team, and were level within three minutes of the restart when Lautaro Martinez nodded back for Ashley Young to volley home.
Three minutes later, Inter took the lead with almost a carbon copy - this time Alexis Sanchez headed back for Diego Godin to head home.
On the hour mark, Lautaro Martinez added a third goal via the aid of a deflection from Bremer with Toro still seemingly in shock.
Andrea Belotti almost pulled a goal back for Toro, but his header hit the crossbar and the Granata lost once again.