Roma's players endured the fierceness of Jose Mourinho in the wake of surrendering multiple times in seven moment to lose to Juventus in Serie A; Munititions stockpile loanee Ainsley Maitland-Niles began for Roma while Tammy Abraham got the initial objective of the game
Jose Mourinho didn't keep down in censuring his Roma group after they blew a 3-1 lead to lose 4-3 to Juventus, blaming players for being "powerless" and "lacking character".
Roma, who gave an introduction to new marking Ainsley Maitland-Niles, seemed to be in charge after objectives from Tammy Abraham, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Lorenzo Pellegrini.
However, Juventus scored multiple times in a short time to turn the game on its head, before Wojciech Szczesny saved a punishment from Pellegrini to save the lead.
It is Roma's second defeat in a row in Serie A, following a 3-1 midweek loss to AC Milan, and head coach Mourinho was far from impressed.
We were in total control for 70 minutes, the former Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham manager told DAZN.
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