Video: Roma Sub Francesco Totti Scores 2 Late Goals in 3-2 Win Over Torino

Video: Roma Sub Francesco Totti Scores 2 Late Goals in 3-2 Win Over Torino

We will never see the likes of Francesco Totti ever again.

And when the time comes at the end of the season – when he finally hangs up his boots – it’ll be a truly sad day for world football.

Until then, though, we can make the most of moments like these.

The Emperor of Rome climbed off the bench last night as his side trailed Torino 2-1 after 85 minutes at the Stadio Olimpico.

The Italian forward then went on to net a quickfire double in the dying minutes to turn the game on its head and steal all three points for his team.

There were scenes of jubilation as team-mates – both on the pitch and the subs’ bench – rushed to hail Totti’s decisive spot-kick.

You can check out all of the action in the video below.

It’s hard to imagine Roma without their iconic one-club man.

The fact that he still manages to pop up with flashes of inspirational brilliance after 23 years at the club says it all.

You truly are a legend, Totti.

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