Fiorentina still comfortably holding on to their fourth place seat in Italian Serie A after grabbing an impressive away win over Hellas Verona on Sunday.
The home side made a positive start on that match as they went one goal up on 14 minutes through Jacopo Sala.
La Viola bounced back rapildly though as they got back on level terms on 31 minutes through Juan Cuadrado's finish.
Alberto Aquilani turned things around for La Viola with his goal just before half time break, before assisting Borja Valero for his team's third on 63 minutes.
Things got tougher for Verona as they were forced to play with 10-men with the sending off for Marco Donadel on 69 minutes.
However, the home team were able to pull one goal back from Luca Toni's spot kick shortly after his team were down to 10-men.
Fiorentina regained their two goals lead though, as Alessandro Matri also scored from a penalty kick on 83 minutes.
La Viola sealed their win three minutes later through Aquilani's second, but Verona restored a bit of pride as they netted their third from Juan Iturbe's strike in stoppage time.