A drifting Rome falls at home against Udinese giving a breath of fresh air to the opponents.
Giallorossi never really in the game. Udinese took the lead after just twelve minutes with Kevin Lasagna.
The attacker in the lap of the National team has exploited an authentic prairie on the right wing. Bruno Peres was out of position and Fazio struggled sensationally in pursuit of the Udinese striker.
Lasagna crossed in the middle for De Paul. The Argentine striker twisted the conclusion by serving Lasagna again. The former striker from Carpi had no problem bagging in two steps.
After the Udinese goal, Roma had no reaction, rather they got into trouble because of the captain Diego Perotti.
The Argentine Roma striker entered with a hammer foot on Becao remedying an inevitable expulsion at 30 '. So Roma had to play for more than an hour, if we consider the recovery minutes, in numerical inferiority.
The Giallorossi tried to get back into the game but Musso pulled good saves on Under and Perez from the cylinder while Cristante's shot was saved from the crossbar.
In the second half Roma collapsed physically because they also played with one man less and Udinese took the opportunity to close the games.
Two two scoring chances devoured by Okaka and De Paul, Nestorovski's goal of definitive two came to zero.
The former Palermo striker, who recently entered the place of Okaka, scored with an empty net on an assist from De Paul from the right. Thanks to this success, Udinese moved to six more in the relegation zone and returned to victory after six months.
Roma, on the other hand, remains fifth in the Europa League area, plus three against Napoli and plus five against Milan. The Champions League, however, is no longer reachable because Atalanta has flown more than 12.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano