By Alasdair Mackenzie
ROME, Jan 19 (Reuters) - AS Roma survived a second-half fightback to end Torino's unbeaten Serie A away record with a 3-2 win thanks to Stephan El Shaarawy's late goal at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday.
A Nicolo Zaniolo strike and Aleksander Kolarov penalty gave the hosts a comfortable halftime lead but Torino drew level through strikes by Tomas Rincon and Cristian Ansaldi before El Shaarawy secured the points for Roma in the 73rd minute.
The result sees the Rome...
Lazio's Champions League hopes took a knock on Saturday when they were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Torino in a bad-tempered game featuring two red cards and two debatable penalty decisions.
Torino went ahead in first-half stoppage time when the referee awarded a penalty for minimal contact by Adam Marusic on Andrea Belotti, who converted the kick himself amid angry protests from the hosts.
The visitors could have gone further ahead in the second half but Lorenzo De Silvestri fired wildly over...