Roma move to third place after win against Torino

Serie A

Since joining Roma as a free agent in the summer of 2017, Dybala has served as the team’s guiding light, and he played a crucial role when he comfortably scored his 11th league goal of the year in the eighth minute in Turin.

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The goal from the Argentine international was sufficient for Jose Mourinho’s reliable team to surpass both Milan and Inter Milan.

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Roma, a historically erratic squad that has transformed into a very well-drilled one and may qualify for Europe’s top competition next season, put on a classic Mourinho-style performance.

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Looking ahead to Thursday’s Europa League trip to Feyenoord, Mourinho told DAZN, “We have a limited squad and we’re in the last eight of a Europa League which seems more like a Champions League this year, we’re playing three times a week,”

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We have an issue there, but I can’t think like I’m on a little team, so let’s take it game by game and see what our boundaries are.

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Bologna’s Nicola Sansone and Riccardo Orsolini’s deft second-half goals brought eighth-placed Bologna to within five points of its rivals Atalanta, who are currently sixth and in the Europa Conference League berth.

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Bologna performed admirably in Bergamo despite the fact that they haven’t participated in a significant European competition since making it to the third round of the UEFA Cup in 1999, despite winning the now-defunct Intertoto Cup in 2002.

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As a result of M’Bala Nzola’s 13th goal of the year giving Spezia a 1-1 draw in Florence, Thiago Motta’s squad is two points ahead of Fiorentina, whose winning streak has now been broken after nine games.

After Adolfo Gaich’s injury-time goal earned Verona a potentially crucial 2-1 victory against Sassuolo, 17th-placed Spezia, who are currently just four points above the relegation zone, were punished by an amazing Eldor Shomorodov miss late on.

But, two late goals from Luka Lochoshvili and Leonardo Sernicola earned Cremonese a thrilling 3-2 away win in Genoa and sent their upset hosts to the bottom of the division, sending Sampdoria down to Serie B.

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