Roma faced two two-goal deficits and nearly levelled late in the match, but Lazio's early lead was simply too much to overcome in the end.
A professional performance from the Giallorossi sees them claim all three points in advance of the derby.
For the first time this season, the breaks didn't fall Roma's way as they fell to Verona in a wild 3-2 match.
A stunning finish from Il Faraone gives Roma the win in Mourinho’s 1000th game as a manger.
Roma overcame a slow start to sweep past Salernitana in a four-nil rout.
Another Mourinho masterclass to start the season pushes Roma past Trabzonspor and into the group stages of the inaugural Europa Conference League.
You wanted an exciting debut for José Mourinho and Tammy Abraham? Well, you got it!
Mourinho’s Roma start off with their first competitive win, thanks to goals from Lorenzo Pellegrini and Shomurodov.
It took longer than we expected, but thanks to some penalty heroics from Gianluigi Donnarumma, Italy are champions of Europe!
After a PUTRID first half, Roma scratched their way back into the match, earning a draw and a place in next season's inaugural UEFA Conference League in the process.
Roma throw away 4th place and lose Serturini to traumatic injury, while Napoli foul their way to Serie A survival.
Say it with me: "Where was this all season!?"
A late Lukaku goal made the scoreline look worse than it actually was, but Inter showed why their the champs and Roma are stuck in 7th.
Lorenzo Pellegrini was practically flawless in today's 5-0 rout over Crotone, scoring two goals while Borja Mayoral added two of his own.
Roma won the evening but it wasn't enough to push past United, as the Giallorossi fell 5-8 on aggregate.
Another dreadful match from a club that looks ready for summer vacation.
Roma caught a few lucky breaks early on (and some unlucky ones, too) but United's superiority would be held in check for only so long.
Whatever Angelica Soffia put in her breakfast this morning is what Roma need to serve up in the final against AC Milan.
Atalanta ran the show for most of the match but were done in by one of their former proteges, Bryan Cristante, who stole a point with a cracking second half strike from distance.
Torino’s wide-backs reigned supreme against Roma’s reserves, as Roma’s domestic season is surely over.
Ajax gave them a scare but a late Edin Dzeko goal preserved Roma's aggregate lead and pushed them through to the semifinals.
Bologna created more chances, missed more chances and made one glaring error, which Roma were able to turn into a game-winning goal.
A little bit of luck, some killer set pieces and some cool as ice saves from Lopez gave Roma a win and two crucial away goals ahead of next week's second leg.
It wasn't as lopsided as we thought, but Roma still made light work of San Marino in a 2-0 win.
Roma weathered a dreary first half to win the match 2-1 thanks to a Borja brace and advanced to the quarterfinals 5-1 winners on aggregate.
Roma scored early. Roma scored late. Everything in between was scrappy, uneven and extremely physical. In the end, Roma did just enough to notch their first W over Juventus.