Two Tammy Abraham assists helped Roma make a winning league start under Jose Mourinho with victory over Fiorentina in a game featuring two red cards.
Visiting goalkeeper Bartlomiej Dragowski saw red for a foul on the England striker, who then set up Henrikh Mkhitaryan for the opener.
Nicolo Zaniolo was then dismissed, with Nikola Milenkovic levelling soon after.
Abraham's low cross was fired in by Jordan Veretout, who also added a neat third to finally settle the contest.
Former Chelsea player Abraham could have had a goal of his own, but struck the crossbar with a close-range header with the score still at 1-1.
It was the perfect start for Mourinho and made for a welcome return for the Roma fans, attending a game at the Stadio Olympico for the first time since February 2020.