Mourinho's Roma loses 3-0 to former team Inter Milan
Roma coach Jos Mourinho had a nightmare match against his former team as the capital side lost 3-0 at home to Inter Milan in Serie A.Hakan alhanoglu, former Roma forward Edin Deko, and Denzel Dumfries scored in the first half.
Mourinho answered only one question from journalists in his news conference.
''I apologize again for not responding to other questions. I'm just going to say what I think,'' Mourinho said. ''Inter is better than us on a good day, they finished with 29 points more than us last year and also this year they're better. ''On a good day it would have been a difficult match, but today it was even harder because of absentees.'' Inter moved to second in Serie A, a point behind AC Milan after the Rossoneri beat Salernitana 2-0 to move to the top of the league. Napoli dropped to third, two points below Milan, after losing to fourth-placed Atalanta 3-2.
Roma remained fifth.
Mourinho steered Inter to the treble of Serie A, Italian Cup and Champions League success in 2010. He took over at Roma in the offseason but has had mixed results. Roma has lost four of its past six league matches.
Inter opened the scoring when Çalhanoglu curled in directly from the corner flag. The lead was doubled in the 24th minute. Çalhanoglu cut inside from the left and pulled the ball back for Džeko to sweep into the top left corner. Džeko didn't celebrate against the club he left in the offseason.
TURNAROUND Two goals in the space of five minutes saw Atalanta recover from 2-1 down to win in Naples.
It was only Napoli's second league loss.
Duván Zapata had a header come off the post for Atalanta, which also had a penalty revoked on video review.
Milan was already 1-0 up by that point after Franck Kessié fired home after Rafael Leão cut the ball back from the byline in the fifth minute.
Alexis Saelemaekers doubled Milan's lead in the 18th with a powerful strike. He celebrated by running to the touchline and holding up a shirt with Kjær's name on it.
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