A brace from Valentina Giacinti and a second half stunner from Manuela Giugliano saw Roma topple group leading Ajax in a 3-0 romp at the Stadio Tre Fontane.
Second-half goals from Evelyne Viens and Manuela Giugliano erased a two-goal deficit to give Roma a hard-fought draw against Bayern Munich in the Champions League opener.
Roma was up. Roma was down. Roma was inspired. Roma was deflated. But through it all, Andrea Belotti shone brightly, rescuing the day with an emphatic and emotional brace at the Stadio Olimpico.
Sevilla 1, Roma 1*: Missed Chances, Blown Calls & Own Goals Doom Giallorossi in Europa League Finale
In a match that lasted over 130 minutes (yes, for real), Roma fell to Sevilla in penalties, but not before missed chances, an own goal and a blatant no-call did them in.
Roma rested most of their regulars, but all their normal failings were on display this afternoon against Fiorentina, who leveled and stole three points in a three-minute span.
Facing a barrage of Bayer attempts, Roma's defense held firm for nearly 100 minutes, preserving their one-goal lead and securing a spot in the Europa League finale!
In their first goalless draw of the season, Roma turned in a solid effort from front to back, with Mile Svilar and Benjamin Tahirovic impressing in their longest looks of the season.
The Giallorossi needed a win today to remain in the Champions League hunt, but a 2-0 defeat likely means the Giallorossi has only one path to the CL: Win the Europa League.
Roma was up. Roma was down. Roma saw an assistant manager get a straight red. But through it all, the Giallorossi prevailed and pushed past Feyenoord into the Europa League semis.
Roma made up for their 4-0 defeat last fall by waxing Udinese in a clean 3-0 victory this evening at the Stadio Olimpico, padding their lead in third place in the process.
Roma fought like hell, and despite facing 34 shots, they nearly pulled off a momentous upset but fell short thanks to a controversial non-call.
Roma did a lot of defending today, but thanks to their sublime effort at the back, the Giallorossi are through to the quarterfinals after blanking Real Sociedad 2-0 on aggregate.
Just when it looked like Roma was on the right track, Roma Happened for the umpteenth time, as the Giallorossi fell to Sassuolo in a seven-goal thriller.
Roma could have pulled level with Inter Milan in second place, but rather than pushing aside 13th place Sassuolo, they were on the short end of a 4-2 drubbing.
Our post-match debrief focuses on unlikely heroes, a tough night at the office for a youngin’, and possibly a new dawn for Roma.
In a defensive duel, it was fitting that Roma won the day thanks to center-back Gianluca Mancini's 53rd minute rocket, which delivered three essential points for the Giallorossi.
Mourinho on the Cremonese Defeat: “We lacked intensity, should’ve killed off the game straight away”
In true Mourinho fashion, The Special One didn't mince words in his post-match presser after Roma's crushing 2-1 loss to Cremonese.
Roma had a draw in their pockets, but Napoli's superior depth stole the day, as Giovanni Simeone snatched an 86th minute match winner, sending the Giallorossi home with nothing.
Roma left it extremely late, but thanks to goals from Roger Ibañez (87th) and Tammy Abraham (93rd), the Giallorossi stole a point from Milan.
In yet another flat and uninspiring effort, Roma were done in by their own, as a costly Roger Ibañez error was the difference in a one-nil defeat to Lazio.
It was a classic tale of two halves at the Stadio Olimpico tonight. After a dreary first half, Nicolo Zaniolo fueled a comeback for the ages, securing a place in the Europa League knockout round in the process.
An ugly performance from Roma saw the Giallorossi fall to Atalanta 1-0 despite controlling possession and taking over 20 attempts on goal.