Garcia: Roma Too Often Give Goal for Opponent

Garcia: Roma Too Often Give Goal for Opponent

Rome – Roma coach, Rudi Garcia, assessing his team played well in beating Udinese. But, he also mentioned the Roma too often giving free goal for the opponents.

Roma won 2-1 at home to Udinese in Serie A at the Stadio Olimpico on Monday (18/05/2015) pm dawn.

Roma appear very dominant in this match. Giallorossi superior ball possession 67-33% and made 19 trials despite scoring only six that led to the goal.

Despite dominating, Rome actually fell behind in the 19th minute. Kostas Manolas blunders made Cyril Thereau can steal the ball and penetrating into the penalty box. Thereau shot can be countered goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis, but the ball rebounded struck Stipe Perica into goals.

The new Roma could have equalized at the end of the first half with a shot Radja Nainggolan. Vasilis Torosidis scored in the second half finally sealed victory the home team.

“I think the end result should be 5-2 because we shot on the goal twice and goalkeeper they look good,” said Garcia told Sky Sport Italia.

“The game goes in one direction and we take the risks required in games like this, pressing them all over the pitch throughout the match,” he added.

“We gave them a goal, something that too often we do this season. I wish we could stop giving goals to the opponent in the future. It is important we left behind and not only equalized, but to win,” said the Frenchman.

“If we want to win, we must be aggressive and attack. Statistics show we played well tonight,” he said.
(Mfi / raw)