Mourinho sees red as Cremonese shock Roma

Jose Mourinho has ended the match in the stands as his Roma side lost to previously winless Cremonese in Serie A.

The Portuguese coach saw red for the third time this season, just seconds into the second half, after clashing with the fourth official.

Mourinho joined his assistant, Salvatore Foti, in the stands.

Foti is serving a touchline ban himself for using insulting language when these two teams met in the Coppa Italia in early February.

Mourinho's side were trailing 1-0 at the time of the red card, after Frank Tsadjout had struck for the hosts in the 17th minute.

Without their coach, fifth-placed Roma drew level in the 71st minute through Leonardo Spinazzola's strike.

Parity lasted only 12 minutes, however, before Daniel Ciofani went down under a challenge from goalkeeper Rui Patricio in the box. It was Ciofani who stepped up to convert the penalty.

The unexpected victory - their first in 24 Serie A matches this season - lifts Cremonese off the foot of the table at the expense of Sampdoria.

In Tuesday's late game, Juventus twice came from behind to secure a 4-2 win at home to city rivals Torino as midfielder Paul Pogba made his second 'debut'.

Torino, looking to move above their neighbours in the league, led two minutes in when Yann Karamoh turned in Alessandro Buongiorno's corner, but Juan Cuadrado cancelled that out 16 minutes later.

The visitors went ahead again in the 43rd minute when Antonio Sanabria fired in, but Danilo's header in first-half stoppage time ended their celebrations, and Juve improved after the break.

Bremer headed them in front against his former club in the 71st minute before Adrien Rabiot made sure 10 minutes from time.

Pogba, who rejoined Juventus from Manchester United in July and was subsequently sidelined by a knee injury, played 20 minutes after coming on as a second-half substitute.