Roma, poker at home to Monza: Paulo Dybala still on target

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Monza-Roma 1-4

Roma defeated with a netto 4-1 away Monza at the U-Power Stadium, in the second match on Saturday of the twenty-seventh day of Serie A. Thus, the positive momentum of the team coached by Daniele De Rossi continues, on its third consecutive success in the league after those with Frosinone and Torino, with 10 goals scored and 3 conceded in the last three matches.

First half: Monza starts well, Roma strikes in the final

The match began with the two teams eager to attack: Monza came close to scoring on 16', with the ball hit by Djuric‘s header slamming against the post, two minutes later Cristante scored for the Giallorossi but after verification in the Var room the goal was cancelled due to a offside by Dybala during the action.

In the heart of the first half, injury problems for both teams: on 22', for Monza, Gagliardini has to make way for Valentin Carboni, five minutes later è Roma having to change an element, Kristensen, making way for Celik. At the end of the fraction comes the deadly one-two that, in fact, directs the match: at 38' èLorenzo Pellegrini to score, with a precise conclusion on which Di Gregorio can not get, at 42' the doubling instead bears the signature of Lukaku, whose winning turn is worth the tenth personal goal in the league.

Second half: Paulo Dybala still in goal

In the resumption there are Kyriakopoulos for Colpani since the break for Monza, Bove and Smalling in place of Pellegrini and Angeliño from 59' for Roma. At 63' comes the 3-0 and è a spectacular goal: to sign it è Paulo Dybala, with an impregnable left-footer from a free kick that confirms the magical moment of 'La Joya' after the hat-trick at Torino.

More substitutions: Palladino tries Maldini dropping Dany Mota at 66', De Rossi responds with Baldanzi and Huijsen in place of Dybala and Mancini (out due to cramps) at 77'. Five minutes after the last Giallorossi substitutions comes the fourth goal: Bondo restrains Huijsen in the box, after the Var check comes the'ok for the reward that Paredes transforms.

Roma, the race for Champions League qualification continues

The match, in fact, had little else to say, thoughé at the 87'87' (two minutes after the entries of Akpa Akpro and Donati for Djuric and Caldirola) came the flagship goal, scored by Andrea Carboni, whose powerful left-footed shot finished under the crossbar and prevented Svilar from closing with an inviolate goal. 4-1 for Roma, then, the final score: The Giallorossi rise to 47 points and remain in the midst of the race for Champions League qualification, while Monza remains at 36, in the belly of the standings.

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