This Tuesday, Roma left the stronghold of the ‘distressed’ Cremonese (2-1), who won their first triumph in the Italian Football League, in the match of the 24th round, in which the coach of the Romans, José Mourinho, It was expelled.
At Giovanni Zini Stadium, Frank Tsadjout, with a beautiful shot from the edge of the penalty area, beat Portuguese goalkeeper Rui Patrício and put the local emblem in front of the scoreboard, in the 17th minute.
In the first moments of the second half, Mourinho, after making comments to the fourth referee, received an expulsion order and saw wing-back Leonardo Spinazzola (71), served by central Mancini, restore equality from the bench.
In the final straight of the match, a penalty, converted by the used substitute Ciofani (82), after a foul committed by Patrício, dictated the defeat of the ‘giallorossi’.
With the first victory achieved in Serie A, the team from Cremona finally left the ‘tail’ of the table, in which it is now 19th placed, with 12 points, one more than the red light Sampdoria.
Roma, on the other hand, are in fifth place, with 44 points, one behind fourth-placed Lazio, the first team in the Champions League access zone.