For the second straight match, Roma donned a new kit and walked away with a win. I'm not sure what the club's creative and productive capacity is like, but maybe they should consider a different look for every match. Think of the merchandising possibilities! In tonight's match against Torino, the Giallorossi showed out in their new ivory away strip, looking better and playing better than their opponents.
Torino certainly made things interesting, particularly in the second half, but were it not for another struck woodwork and a few slightly miss-timed passes, Roma could have left the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino with four or five goals.
As it stood, Roma withstood Torino's second half onslaught and thanks to a second half penalty drawn by Edin Dzeko and converted by Amadou Diawara, Roma took all three points and secured fifth place and direct qualification into next season's Europa League in one fell swoop.