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.
Paulo Dybala's 100th Serie A goal, Chris Smalling's 100th Roma appearance and Andrea Belotti's club debut. A pretty eventful evening in the capital as Roma routed Monza.
Roma were dreadful for most of the match, but Lorenzo Pellegrini, Paulo Dybala and Tammy Abraham stole a point thanks to a miraculous corner kick.
It was another nail biter for Mourinho's men, who once again were flummoxed in the final third before Chris Smalling bailed them out in the 65th minute.
No, it wasn't the thrashing we hoped for, but Roma did just enough to earn three points tonight, thanks to a timely goal from Bryan Cristante.
It wasn't a pretty match, but thanks to an early Zaniolo goal, some shrewd defending from Smalling and some genuinely insane saves from Rui Patricio in goal, Roma's title drought is OVER!
With 46 shots on goal, the chances were there. Roma just couldn't find the back of the net, clanging four shots off the woodwork in a frustrating draw against newly-relegated Venezia.
The chances were there, but Roma just couldn't budge the back of the net tonight against Bologna, playing the mid-table club to a scoreless draw.
Roma's 12-match unbeaten run came to a swift and decisive end at the San Siro today, as the Giallorossi were no match for title-contending Inter Milan.
80 minutes of shock and horror were erased in a matter of minute late in the second half, punctuated by Chris Smalling's emphatic 85th minute match winner.
DOMINATION was the order of the day as Roma waxed Lazio in a three-nil derby thrashing!
Lorenzo giveth, Lorenzo taketh away. Roma's captain inadvertently gifted Udinese a first half goal before stealing a point with a stoppage time PK.
As usual, it was an anxious ending, but Roma survived a late charge from Atalanta to claim all three points!
Despite pumping 31 shots on goal, Roma needed a 98th minute penalty to topple Spezia in a wild and frustrating match.
It was a notable evening for Cristian Volpato an Edoardo Bove, as the two teenagers scored their first career goals, but Roma dug their own grave in the first half.
An ugly match, sure, but Roma clawed their way back in the end, stealing a draw in stoppage time thanks to Bryan Cristante.
Roma were frustrated to no end by Genoa's tactics but had the match stolen away from them thanks to a controversial VAR call that negated a wonder strike from Zaniolo.
The ending wasn't exactly smooth, but Roma were clinical in the first half, burying Empoli with four goals in a 13-minute span.
A stunning debut for Roma's new midfielder, who was cool, calm and collected all evening, particularly from the penalty spot, where he delivered the win for the Giallorossi.
Setpieces were the order of the day, as Jordan Veretout served up two beauties to down Spezia tonight.
Things got dicey down the stretch, but thanks to a Tammy Abraham brace, Roma walked away winners and Group C champs!
Thanks to a sensational performance from keeper Lukasz Skorupski, Roma were denied left, right and center today in Bologna, falling to the Rossoblu in a frustrating 1-0 match.
Annmaria Serturini continues to torture the Viola, scoring her fourth career goal against Fiorentina—a 52nd minute match winner that kept Roma's winning streak in tact.
Roma looked better in attack than they have in weeks but still came up short thanks to some defensive miscues.