Rome, Mourinho: “Better to lose a 4-0 game than four 1-0”

ROMA MOURINHO – Roma returned to training after the hard 4-0 defeat against Udinese yesterday evening.

Rome, Mourinho: “Better to lose a 4-0 game than four 1-0”

The Roma coach, Josè Mourinho, was interviewed after the match of the match lost to Udinese 4-0. Harsh defeat for the Giallorossi, the Capitolini coach talked about Dybala and the performance in general. Here are the words of the Portuguese:

About the race:

“Difficult game. Opponent who knows how to play this type of game. If you want to win, you can’t go under in this type of match. We entered very well and created an opportunity with Paulo (Dybala, ed), who, for me, was the best in the field. We weren’t lucky, just think of the pole or the penalty that was not given to us. I’d rather lose a 4-0 game than four 1-0 games. My Roma plays against another team – continues the Special One -. We conceded four goals, also due to individual mistakes but, in my team, individual mistakes always become collective mistakes. They are a team that tries to do everything to do nothing “.

On the Ranking:

“We are all there. I repeat, it is better to lose a 4-0 match than four 1-0 matches ”.

On the referee:

When they designated him for our game, I didn’t have a good feeling. If we see the first admonition, it’s an artist’s thriller. When you lose 4-0 it’s ridiculous to talk about the referee, I think it wouldn’t even be fair to say that we lost to the referee, we paid for the mistakes we made. I do not hide from you that when it is a physical match like this the first yellow comes to the artist of the match is a bit contradictory, my principle is always the same, before the matches I never talk about referees, after the match I can say that with he our feeling is poor and he was good with them. But we didn’t lose to the referee, he didn’t even play a disastrous game, he played a game at his level ”.


Fortunato Condinno

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