Toronto - Italy's substitute flyhalf Carlo Canna kicked a late penalty to secure a 20-18 comeback win over Canada in their Test against Canada on Sunday.
Trailing 18-17, Canna made the decisive kick from close range in the 72nd minute after a back-and-forth game dominated by penalties.
Canna was then yellow-carded in the 76th minute for a high tackle on Dan Moor, reducing the Italians to 14 men, but Italy maintained possession and held on for victory.
Ornel Gega scored a try for Italy while Tommaso Allan kicked four penalties.
Gord McRorie scored all of Canada's points with six penalties.
The score was 9-9 at half-time.