The Ghana international curled a wonderful first-time right-foot shot into the far top corner from the edge of the box on Iturbe’s assist.
Torino midfielder Afriyie Acquah grabbed his first goal of the season as they held Inter Milan to a thrilling 2-2 draw in the Serie A on Saturday.
The Ghana international, who was having his first start in five months, curled a wonderful first-time right-foot shot into the far top corner from the edge of the box on Iturbe’s assist.
Acquah's goal was the first time Inter had conceded two goals on their travels since December at Napoli.
There were goals expected in this fixture and neutrals were not disappointed, as there could comfortably have been many more than these four.
Hart will be under the spotlight for costly errors on both the goals, as he let a Geoffrey Kondogbia effort squirm under his arm and flapped aimlessly at a cross for the Antonio Candreva equaliser.
Torino got through with Daniele Baselli’s crouching header and a splendid Afriyie Acquah curler into the far top corner.