Serie A: Ciro Immobile sent off as Torino end winless streak by defeating Lazio 3-1
Alejandro Berenguer and Tomas Rincon scored on the second half for Torino. Luis Alberto pulled one back for Lazio but Simone Edera restored Torino's two-goal advantage.
Rome: Lazio striker Ciro Immobile was sent off as Torino ended a four-match winless streak with a 3-1 victory in Serie A on Monday.
Immobile, who has 15 goals this season, was shown a direct red before the break for jerking his head at Nicolas Burdisso and landing his shoulder in the defender's face.
Immobile, who previously played for Torino, had been protesting for an apparent handball by Iago Falque on a cross of his inside the area.
Torino took control in the second half with goals from Alejandro Berenguer and Tomas Rincon. Luis Alberto pulled one back for Lazio but Simone Edera restored Torino's two-goal advantage.
Immobile and Torino counterpart Andrea Belotti hit the post in the first half.
Lazio remained fifth while Torino moved up from the bottom half to eighth.
Torino hadn't won at Lazio since 1993.
Ronaldo's future had been in doubt after a difficult campaign during which Juventus lost their Serie A crown after nine years, exited the Champions League in the last 16 and only sealed fourth place and elite European football on the final day.
He scored two goals in 21 games in Madrid before joining Milan last season on loan, scoring seven goals in 39 appearances for the northern Italian outfit.
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The 36-year-old Portugal international, who has one-year left on his contract, flew back to northern Italy on Sunday night.