Fiorentina 2-0 Catania: Gone In 60 Seconds, Florence Edition

Luca Toni returned to a Serie A scoresheet in double quick time as Vincenzo Montella put one over his former employers and ended Catania's unbeaten start. Toni had been on the pitch barely a minute when Stevan Jovetic rolled a pass to him and the veteran predator stabbed home from six yards.

Jo-Jo had earlier given the hosts the lead right on half-time. The Montenegran marksman beat Mariano Andujar at his near post with a low shot from the edge of the area, to register his fourth goal of the season -- with four in three matches, that makes him Serie A's hottest striker at the moment.

Both Catania's Gonzalo Bergessio and Fiorentina's Roncaglia had goals correctly ruled out for offside in either half, but Toni remains the talk of the town. Fans leaving the Artemio Franchi will now be salivating at the prospect of a new potent strikeforce in Florence.

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