Young Volpato gets Mou out of a jam

After the defeat with Napoli in the Olympic, Roma immediately raised their heads, achieving a victory in Verona that placed them in fourth placebeating Inter and Lazio just before the derby. It was an important and difficult win for the Giallorossi, who threw away a huge opportunity at the start of the match to put it downhill.

Abraham, once again, confirmed his difficult moment ending a counterattack with a dribble past rival goalkeeper Montipó and a shot at the post, only against an empty goal. Shortly after, the locals opened the can with Dawidowicz, who hit a shot from the edge of Faraoni and thus misled Rui Patrício. The Pole’s joy was short-lived because, in the 36th minute, the referee sent him off (with the help of VAR) for a tough tackle on Zaniolo.

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The Italian, always very active, put the tables moments before the break, taking advantage of another shot to the post of Abraham that became a great assist. In numerical superiority, Mourinho brought out the heavy artillery, reinforcing the lead with El Shaarawy, Belotti and Volpatoand also putting Matic, author of his best performance as a Romanist.

The Serbian, still in precarious conditions, hit the crossbar with a header and assisted Volpato, who at the age of 18 was able to celebrate his second goal as a romanista thanks to a precise shot from the edge of the area at 88′. The first had also been scored just against Verona. The locals went on the attack, but in added time El Shaarawy signed the sentence with a Vaseline pass from Volpato himself. His afternoon was unforgettable.

goals

1-0, 26′: dawidowicz1-1, 46′: Nicolo Zaniolo1-2, 87′: C. Volpato1-3, 91′: The Shaarawy

cards

Referee: Juan Luca Sacchi
VAR Referee: Fabio Maresca, Gianluca Aureliano
Federico Cecherini (19′, Yellow) chrysanthemum (22′, Yellow) dawidowicz (35′, Red) hongla (70′, Yellow) I. Hyen (80′, Yellow)

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