Roma are still determined to give life to the teams at the bottom of the classification and this Sunday it was Cagliari’s turn, which with its victory against the ‘giallorossi’ (3-2) leave the relegation zone.
In the absence of five games to go, Paulo Fonseca’s team is making it difficult to play European competition next season by remaining three points behind a Lazio that has two games pending.
The Cagliari, how could it be otherwise, went all out before a sleeping Rome. The Roman patty was evident in the first Sardinian goal, when the defense was unable to clear a ball inside the area finished off by Lykogiannis (4 ‘).
Before half an hour of play, Carles Pérez managed to draw by making a wall against the post. The wood repelled his shot, but not the second to Roman joy (26 ’).
The second half was disastrous for Rome. Marin, with a long shot, punished a child loss of the ball, while Joao Pedro, just off a corner, made it 3-1.
Fazio gave hope shortly after heading a corner kick, but Roma could not find the rival goal and ended up falling in Sardinia after a bad game.