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UPDATE 1-Soccer-Roma edge Torino in five-goal Serie A thriller

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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.

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