Roma sets foot in the Europa League after beating Fiorentina


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Roma sets foot in the Europa League after beating Fiorentina

The capital team defeated Viola 2-1 at the Olympic Stadium with a penalty double by Jordan Veretout.

Rome defeated 2-1 Fiorentina at Olympic Stadium, for day 36 of the A series, with two penalty goals from Jordan Veretou. Nikola Milenkovic he had temporarily tied for the Viola with a header.

The game was unemotional until minute 42, when Pol Lirola committed a foul in the area and the referee charged a penalty for the capital box, which Veretout was in charge of transforming into a goal.

The game started from the opening of the scoreboard and Fiorentina was close to equal before the break with a shot by Germán Pezzella that crashed on the post. Gianluca Mancini converted 2-0 over the end of the first half, but the goal was disallowed for offside.

Fiorentina went looking for a tie from the beginning of the complement and found it quickly with a precise header from Milenkovic, after a corner kick executed by the Chilean Erick Pulgar.

Roma recovered after the draw and Viola lost enthusiasm in their offense. The locals took the initiative in the last part of the match and had a prize at 86 ‘with a dubious penalty. Veretout took over the execution, again successfully.

The team led by Paulo Fonseca ends date 36 of Series A in fifth place with 64 points and moves away from his pursuers: Milan (60) and Napoli (59), in the fight to access the group stage of the Europa League.

Photo: Getty Images


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