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Mourinho keeps Roma team on pitch for full-time team talk after losing to Sarri’s Lazio

Jose Mourinho’s Roma have been crushed 3-2 of their Derby della Capitale clash with Lazio on Sunday – and the Special One kept his players on the pitch after the defeat for a full-time group talk

Jose Mourinho kept his Roma players on the pitch for a full-time team discussion after their 3-2 defeat against Lazio in Sunday’s Derby della Capitale.

The Giallorossi suffered their second Serie A defeat of the season against Maurizio Sarri’s men, who stormed right into a 2-0 lead in after 20 minutes on the Stadio Olimpico due to goals from Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Pedro.

Ibanez pulled one back for Roma 4 minutes earlier than half-time, however slightly below 20 minutes into the second half Felipe Anderson restored Lazio’s two-goal advantage.

Jordan Veretout fired in a penalty six minutes later to present Mourinho’s side a glimmer of hope, however they have been unable to seek out an all-important equaliser towards their bitter rivals.

Roma have now lost two of their last three league matches, having additionally slumped to a 3-0 defeat away at Verona last weekend.
And after watching his side come unstuck once more, Mourinho determined to conduct his full-time workforce discussion on the pitch on the Stadio Olimpico.

The 58-year-old refused to reveal what he stated to his players, insisting it stays between them

“What we said stays between us. I wished to instantly do the discussion there, however with the same intimacy as the locker room,” he informed DAZN.
“Let me say one thing positive first, which is that Italian football has improved an important deal from 10 years in the past. The standard of football, the attacking strategy, the will to win, has all improved.”

Mourinho was left livid with quite a lot of refereeing choices within the derby, claiming Lucas Leiva ought to have been brandished a second yellow card for an elbow.

The Portuguese boss additionally felt Elseid Hysaj fouled Nicolo Zaniolo simply earlier than Pedro doubled Lazio’s lead early within the first half.
“Sadly, a unbelievable game was ruined by the referee and VAR, who weren’t on the proper stage for this match,” he added.

The second goal might’ve been 1-1, it went to 2-0. The second yellow for Lucas Leiva was essential too, as a result of taking part in towards 10 men makes a giant distinction. Pellegrini acquired a crimson, as we speak Leiva acquired nothing.

“I believe my team was the very best on the field as we speak. If you concede three goals, you made errors, however the second and third have been counter-attacks and the second was a scenario where the team was anticipating a penalty in favour and never a counter against.
“We dominated, we gave Lazio big issues, they managed the ultimate minutes the way in which they wished to, and since the referee allowed them to do so.”


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