Roma beat 10-man Torino 3-1 on Thursday to move to fourth in Italy's Serie A, as the race continues to catch leaders AC Milan.
The Rome Giallorossi trail champions Juventus on goal difference with both sides lying four points behind leaders Milan. Il Toro are second from bottom in the three-team drop zone.
Wilfried Singo had to exit after a second booking in just the 15th minute.
Roma's Henrikh Mkhitaryan slammed home a cleared ball before Jordan Veretout converted a penalty in the 43rd minute after Bremer brought down Edin Dzeko to give the hosts a 2-0 lead.
After the break Torino substitute Simone Edera came close when his shot hit the bar, but Lorenzo Pellegrini found the top left corner for Roma's third.
Italy international Andrea Belotti netted a consolation after a scramble to tally his ninth league goal, one behind Milan's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cristiano Ronaldo of Juve and Inter Milan's Romelu Lukaku who top the chart.
Mkhitaryan has seven to his name.