However, a closer look may paint a slightly different picture.
But, at the Atleti Azzurri d’Italia stadium he completed 17 passes — which is more than in any league game since 2010-11.
Hart’s accuracy on his Serie A bow was an impressive 83 per cent.
The Italian press were critical without being overly harsh.
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Gazzetta dello Sport joked on the Italian word ‘Bravo’ — meaning ‘good’, before adding ‘but not too good’.
While TuttoSport — which is based in Turin — insisted he “made an omelette”, which is an Italian saying for when someone drops a clanger.
Italy’s other sporting newspaper, Corriere dello Sport just described it as an “error”.
Hart joined Torino on loan on the final day of the transfer window after ten years as a City.