RUI PATRICIO Salvador
In a game with almost no chances, he left two saves to remember that ultimately was key for Rome to win the first Conference in history.
He was not pompous in attack and suffered in the second half against the push and speed of Malacia and Sinisterra.
Too attentive to cut and high balls, he drained Desser with Smalling. In addition, he assisted Zaniolo in the first half with a great delivery.
He was provincial covering several shots on goal and led the Romanist rearguard.
He cooperated with whatever was necessary to derail some of Feyenoord’s chances.
He limited himself to fulfilling the file and helping the defense work.
He didn’t have the most inspired days to play but he left his soul to help his teammates and prevent rival attacks.
He scored the winning goal with a great maneuver and left glimpses of his quality.
On attack he was the furthest player in Rome in the whole match.
He came into the game touched and only lasted a quarter of an hour.
He devoted himself to much struggle but did not shine in the opposite area.
He replaced Mkhitaryan and held various positions.
He gave a lot of air to Rome in his deployment.
He moved brilliantly.
He entered at the end but barely joined.
He replaced the weary Abraham
Source: La Verdad
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