Torino refused to capitulate and finally won with two minutes to go. Raffaele Sergio scored for the Italians in first- half injury time and, in the second half, they took a firm grip. Daniele Fortunata volleyed home six minutes after the break and almost on the whistle Carlos Aguilera was successful with a 30-yard free-kick.
Milan were unambiguous in their 6-0 demolition of FC Copenhagen in Denmark, which all but guarantees them a place in the lucrative league stage of the European Cup. Jean-Pierre Papin and Marco Simone both scored twice, the balance claimed by Brian Laudrup and Alessandro Orlando.
Monaco, France's replacements for the banned Marseille, beat Steaua Bucharest
4-1 at home while Spartak Moscow should not have much trouble with the home leg after they demolished Lech Poznan 5-1 in Poland.
In the Uefa Cup, Lazio, without Paul Gascoigne, were unconvincing in beating Boavista, the Portuguese side, 1-0.Reuse content