Jose Mourinho, Roma manager Close to boxing with Claudio Lotito, president of Lazio club. After the Rome Derby That ended with the victory of the Blue White Eagles visiting team in the Serie. A battle last night.
Roma manager Jose Mourinho and Lazio president Claudio Lotito reportedly. Must be held apart After the conflict between the two parties. Until they set up a boxing posture after the derby game. Between the two rivals in the capital in the Italian Serie A football battle last night at the Stadio Olim. Pico, by Mourinho was banned from the touchline for the derby that his side lost 1-0.
In this game, the Wolf Army loses a player advantage in the 32nd minute. When Roger Ibanez catches the ball before kicking Sergej Milenkovic-Savice to cut the UFABET game. The visiting team left the field, leaving Roma with 10 people. The blue and white eagles scored. The winning goal in the 65th minute from the moment Luis Alberto put the ball through the channel. Zalevski swung a shot on the left side of the penalty area to escape Rui Patricio.
At the end of the game, Lazio defeated 10-man Roma 1-0, sending the “Biancoceleste” army to 2nd place in the table after Inter Milan lost to Juventus in a big match late at night. With reports from Forza Roma revealing that after watching the match on the team bus The Portuguese then entered the dressing room to find Gianluca Mancini and Lazio’s Alessio Romagnoli squabbling. with Lotito trying to separate them But he and Mourinho ended up clashing among themselves, with Roma director Thiago Pinto trying to calm them down.
Call it a derby game that boils both on and off the field. We saw Ibanez Roma’s players were sent off after receiving a second yellow card after just 32 minutes, while Lazio, after a second-half winner, secured all three points to take them second in the Serie A table. Ah, however, there was further drama after the final whistle as Lazio ‘s Adam Marusic and Roma’s Bryan Cristante were both shown red cards for violating the match. take part in the fight
for that Mourinho Has been banned from the sidelines for two games for an altercation with the fourth referee in his side’s loss to Cremonese. The former Chelsea and Manchester United boss faces additional disciplinary action in the wake of recent incidents.