Jose Mourinho and Henrikh Mkhitaryan both failed to impress during Roma’s disappointing 1-1 draw with Sampdoria yesterday.

The Giallorossi took a while to find a breakthrough, with Eldor Shomurodov finally finding the back of the net after 72 minutes. Unfortunately for the Roman side, their evening was spoilt only eight minutes later, when Manolo Gabbiadini scored an equaliser to tie things up in the Italian capital.

Roma’s draw means that Juventus have leapfrogged them in the Serie A table, and the Giallorossi now sit 6th, six points behind 4th place Atalanta. The team will be looking to rest and recuperate during the Christmas break ahead of their next match against Milan on January 6. Following that game, they’ll face Juventus on January 9, meaning Mourinho and his squad have a tough start to 2022.

Mourinho’s ratings in the Italian newspapers:

La Gazzetta dello Sport: 6

Tuttosport: 5.5

Corriere dello Sport: 5.5


Mkhitaryan’s ratings in the Italian newspapers:

La Gazzetta dello Sport: 5.5

Tuttosport: 6

Corriere dello Sport: 5

2 thought on “Mourinho and Mkhitaryan fall short in Roma’s draw with Sampdoria”
  1. Why not share all the ratings? Why single out only Mou and Miki? Why have an article of only two persons out of the 15 or so who had minutes yeaterday? What’s the agenda? Or just lazy reporting?

  2. As Francesco Totti said, now AS Roma players is good but have no Champion mentality.
    AS ROMA should purchase the new players on January transfer market to race to 4th place as the target of this season.

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