THE BALL – Roma beats Torino (3-0) and guarantees the Europa League (Italy)

With Rui Patrício and Sérgio Oliveira in the starting XI, Roma won visiting Torino (3-0) with a brace from Tammy Abraham and a goal from Pellegrini, on the 38th and final day of Serie A, guaranteeing the access to the next era of the Europa League. A big farewell to Jose Mourinho’s Italian league side ahead of Wednesday’s Conference League final with Feyenoord.

The first threat of yellow and red was led by Kumbulla, on a header that Berisha saved (19th), but it was only after a scare, with Belotti (the Turin captain passed the ball near Rui Patrício’s goal, in the 31st) , that visitors opened the mark .

Assisted by Pellegrini, Tammy Abraham beat David Zima’s opposition and scored the first goal of the game with the right foot (33rd). The English striker scored twice before the break, converting a penalty, awarded after being hit by the opposing goalkeeper in the box (42nd).

In the second half, Torino reacted, Pobega forced Rui Patrício into a good intervention (51st), but returned to Roma to score again, still from the penalty spot, this time from captain Pellegrini (78th).

After five games without a win in the competition (three draws and two defeats), the team a special won the team’s last game in Serie A and does not have to wait for the results of Fiorentina and Atalanta (both with 59 points), as it guarantees sixth position in the table (63 points), joining Lazio in the teams that ensure the Europa League. If Lazio loses at reception against Verona, Roma will finish the season in fifth place due to the advantage over the arch-rival in the direct confrontation.

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