FLORENCE, Italy (AP) -- Fabio Quagliarella's penalty while beating Fiorentina 2-1 on Friday moved him past Gianluca Vialli for third on the list of Sampdoria's all-time scorers in Serie A.
The 37-year-old Quagliarella earned the penalty late in the first half and converted for his 86th top-flight goal for Sampdoria.
Current Italy coach Roberto Mancini tops the Sampdoria scoring list with 132, followed by Adriano Bassetto's 89.
Dusan Vlahovic equalized for Fiorentina in the 71st with a shot from the center of the area.
Valero Verre won it with a lob to finish a counterattack.
Federico Chiesa, likely playing his final match with Fiorentina ahead of an anticipated transfer to Juventus, hit the post in added time.
Earlier, Sampdoria had a goal from Morten Thorsby waived by the VAR for a handball.
Fiorentina and Sampdoria each have three points from the opening three rounds.
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