Torino earn a 2-2 draw against Bologna at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara in Serie A this evening.
Torino have earned a 2-2 draw with Bologna at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara in Serie A this evening.
Tiberio Guarente's 86th-minute strike looked like it had given the home side the win, before Rolando Bianchi equalised with virtually the last kick of the game.
The visitors took the lead through Paulo Baretto in the first half, before Stefano Pioli's side levelled through Panagiotis Kone's header just after the hour mark.
Baretto opened the scoring on 25 minutes when he reacted first after Mario Santana's long-range shot was not properly cleared by Gianluca Curci.
Both sides had goals disallowed towards the end of the first half, first when the referee ruled that Alberto Gilardino fouled Angelo Ogbonna in the buildup to Kone's chipped finish.
Torino then had a strike of their own chalked off when Kamil Glik pushed a Bologna defender before smashing a shot into the roof of the net on the stroke of half time.
Kone got his side back into the contest on 65 minutes when he headed home from Archimede Morleo's cross.
Torino should have taken the lead late on through Jonathas, but the forward's shot was saved by Curci, before Guarente's strike looked to have won it.
However, Bianchi struck deep into stoppage time to earn his side a point.
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