Serie A: Roma unfold

AS Roma made short work of Cagliari this Monday, during the last match of the 23rd day of the Italian championship.

Before challenging Inter, Roma enjoyed a 4-0 victory against low-ranked Cagliari on Monday evening in the closing match of the 23rd day of the Italian championship, signing a third success in a row. With 38 points on the clock, the Romans remain in 5th place in Serie A, one unit behind Atalanta Bergamo, which occupies the 4th and last qualifying place for the next Champions League.

Since taking over from José Mourinho, who was sacked in mid-January, Roman coach Daniele de Rossi has had a perfect start, with 9 points in three outings, keeping pace with Atalanta, who also have three consecutive victories. . But the first real test of the De Rossi version of Roma is scheduled for Saturday with the reception of Inter Milan, comfortable leader of Serie A. In the meantime, the Romans have been full of confidence against their modest evening opponents, taking the advantage from the 2nd minute of play from a corner by their captain Lorenzo Pellegrini.

The rollercoaster for Dybala

Paulo Dybala doubled the lead in the 23rd on a collective movement that the Argentinian had started with a deviation on the right side and which ended on the left with a delivery from Pellegrini that Romelu Lukaku let slip between his legs, placing Dybala in ideal position. The Argentinian scored a double on a penalty from the restart (51st), scoring his 8th goal of the season in Serie A. The young Dutch defender Dean Huijsen (18), who came on shortly after the restart, continued the festival with a powerful header from a corner in the 59th.


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