AS Roma boss Jose Mourinho track record of 43-game unbeaten home run in Serie A came to an end on Sunday night, as Roma were beaten 2-1 by AC Milan.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Franck Kessie scored the goals for the Rossoneri, with Stephan El Shaarawy’s emphatic finish coming too late in the day to become part of a Roma comeback.
Theo Hernandez second yellow card ended Milan with 10 men in the 66th minute but this wasn’t advantageous enough for Mourinho’ side to level up scores.
Speaking to reporters after the contest Mourinho said..
“Just like the game against Lazio, and the game against Juventus, this one tonight seemed to get away from you in the first half…
“Well done to AC Milan. I don’t want to say anything else – because if I do then I won’t be in the dugout for next weekend’s game.
“I am a bit annoyed about the lack of respect shown tonight for our fans, for all of those who love this club. We had that respect, in a game where we didn’t play brilliantly but we at least tried everything to get back into the game.
“That respect for the contest, which we showed throughout, others haven’t given us tonight. And that annoys me. And that’s all I have to say.”
Roma is scheduled to play home with Bodo on Thursday 4th of November.