Champions Juventus suffer stunning collapse at Fiorentina

Rodrigo Palacio scored a brace for Inter Milan as they drew 3-3 at Torino despite the early dismissal of goalkeeper Samir Handanovic for a last-man foul.

Juan Carrizo came on and saved Alessio Cerci’s penalty, but was beaten by Alexander Farnerud and substitute Ciro Immobile as Fredy Guarin levelled on 1-1 and Palacio reversed from 2-1.

A late free-kick from Torino substitute Nicola Bellomo found the net with the Nerazzurri down to nine men, having made three substitutions when Rolando left the pitch limping.

Earlier on Sunday, Giuseppe Rossi scored a hat-trick as Fiorentina rallied from two goals down to stun champions Juventus 4-2 in a classic Serie A match. Juve led at half-time from a spot kick by Carlos Tevez and a Paul Pogba volley, but conceded four goals in 15 minutes as Rossi converted a penalty and twice surprised Gianluigi Buffon, netting his last after a Joaquin Sanchez effort.

“They were three great goals,” said Rossi, who is now the league top scorer on eight goals.

Other Sunday action saw promoted Verona go fourth on 16 points after edging Parma 3-2.

Genoa beat Chievo 2-1, Sassuolo won 2-1 in a regional derby against Bologna, and Livorno drew 1-1 at home to Sampdoria.

Goals from Luca Cigarini and German Denis helped Atalanta beat visiting Lazio 2-1 in the opener of the Sunday programme.DPA