Abraham was denied a penalty after a five-minute VAR delay
Jose Mourinho continues to win with another win
Roma turned around their poor recent results with a convincing 1-0 win against Torino thanks in part to a first-half strike byTammy Abraham.
After defeats by AC Milan and Venezia, Abraham's goal was the decisive factor in Jose Moorinho's victory.
Roma scored after some Torino pressure. Abraham grabbed a through-ball form Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and fired past Torino goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic - Savic.
Roma thought they had won a punishment when Alessandro Buongiorno knocked Stephan El Shaarawy from the area.
Abraham took the spot-kick but was made to wait for five minutes as VAR officials checked for any offside during the build-up to the penalty.
Abraham's heel was found to be offside, and the play was re-introduced. Mourinho was agitated in his technical area.
Both sides had plenty of chances, but neither side was able to take them all and Roma emerged victorious.
Roma 3-1-4-2: Patricio; Mancini, Smalling, Ibanez; Diawara; Karsdorp, Pellegrini (Perez 15 (Kumbulla 90+3)), Mkhitaryan, El Shaarawy (Vina 88); Zaniolo, Abraham
Subs not used: Shomurodov, Reynolds, Mayoral, Kumbulla, Bove, Darboe, Zalewski, Boer, Afena-Gyan, Fuzato
Goal: Abraham 32
Bookings: Ibanez, Kumbulla
Manager: Jose Mourinho
Torino 3-4-2-1: Milinkovic-Savic; Buongiorno (Baselli 77), Bremer, Djidji (Zima 46); Vojvoda (Zaza 77), Pobega, Lukic, Singo; Brekalo, Praet (Pjaca 77); Belotti (Sanabria 79)
Substitutes not used: Berisha. Izzo. Kone. Aina. Linetty. Rincon.
Manager: Ivan Juric