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  • AS Roma 2-1 Lecce: Pjanic, Gago great-finish

    Rome recorded second victory in two weeks. Learned their latest victory over Lecce with a score of 2-1.

    In a match that took place at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on Sunday (11/20/2011), Rome appeared relatively dominant. Soccernet notes, Roma won control of the ball as much as 68%. They also release 12 shots, in which four of them on target.

    After a few opportunities that are owned by Miralem Pjanic and Bojan Krkic scored failed to bear fruit, Romans also broke the deadlock on 25 minutes.

    Cooperation between Rodrigo Taddei and Daniele De Rossi concludes with an accurate feedback to the Pjanic. The last name was calmly struck the ball to the goalkeeper Julio Sergio.

    A few moments later, Pablo Daniel Osvaldo turn threaten the goal of Lecce. However, the kick can still be blocked by a defender of Lecce, Nenad Tomovic.

    Roma could only increase the advantage in the second round, precisely on 54 minutes. Pjanic involved in the process of this second goal.

    He gave the pass to Fernando Gago, before finally releasing the Argentine midfielder shot from outside the penalty box. Julio Sergio was able to block the ball back.

    The only goal came from Andrea Bertolacci Lecce in 61 minutes. Goals are created after kicking his left leg leads right to the right of goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.

    Until the long whistle sounded, the score 2-1 remained unchanged. This is the second victory of Rome in the last two weeks in Serie A. Previously, I Lupi successfully beat Novara 2-0.

    This victory made ​​the position of Rome up to the order of five standings with a collection of 17. While Lecce remain in the order of 18 with a collection of 8.

    Teams Line-up:

    AS Roma:
    Stekelenburg; Rosi (Perrotta 80), Kjaer, Heinze, Taddei; Gago, De Rossi, Pjanic (Greco 72); Bojan (Totti 66), Lamela, Osvaldo

    Lecce: Julio Sergio; Oddo, Carrozzieri (Brivio 38), Esposito, Tomovic; Strasser, Grossmuller (Pasquato 77); Cuadrado, Bertolacci, Olivera (Obodo 66); Corvia


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