Roma rallies to stay perfect

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Updated: September 16, 2013

Parma, Italy (Sports Network) – Roma scored three times in the second half to
secure a 3-1 comeback win at Parma, keeping the club perfect through three
games in Serie A this season.

The visitors fell behind to a 39th-minute goal from Jonathan Biabiany, who
headed home Mattia Cassani’s cross to put his side in front at the break.

Roma was back on level terms in the opening few minutes of the second half
when Alessandro Florenzi fired home his second goal of the season by beating
goalkeeper Antonio Mirante at his near post.

Francesco Totti tallied his first goal of the campaign 20 minutes from time to
put Roma in front after being set up by Kevin Strootman, who put the game away
in the 85th with a penalty kick after Gervinho drew a foul on Parma’s Mattia
Cassani.