Torino's players celebrate at the end of the Italian Serie A football match between Torino and AS Roma at the "Grande Torino" Stadium in Turin on September 25, 2016. / AFP / MARCO BERTORELLO
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England goalkeeper Joe Hart upset the upcoming birthday celebrations of Francesco Totti in a 3-1 win for Torino over Roma as rivals Lazio brazenly joined the scudetto race Sunday.Ousted from Manchester City by Pep Guardiola last month, Hart joined unfashionable Serie A side Torino in a bid to maintain his status as England's No. 1 shot-stopper. It marked Totti's 250th goal in Serie A, but plans to count a Roma win among his 40th birthday presents this Tuesday were dashed by a defeat that moved Torino up to midtable, and left Luciano Spalletti's Roma five points behind leaders Juventus.Inter Milan also capitalized on Roma's slip despite being held 1-1 at the San Siro by Bologna.Inter, neverthless, moved up to third at four points off the lead, three behind Napoli and one ahead of Roma, Lazio and surprise packages Chievo and Bologna.
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