Roma showed a disappointing performance at San Siro after a 2-1 loss against their major rival for the Champions League place.
It was a hard play for them right from the first half of the game and they were not able to redeem any point for themselves even by the end of the game.
Franck Kessie had opened the score line in favor of AC Milan at the 40th minute, even though Roma managed to canceled that out in the second half of the game when Federico Fazio scored the equalizer.
Edin Dzeko never got a chance at good performance in the game as his fellow strikers didn’t seem to pair well with him. It was worrying that the Roma’s coach never seem to understand that the 4-2-3-1 formation was the best position of play for his players.
KweseESPN, reporting the match, said:
“The decision to start with a back three against a front three containing Higuain backfired spectacularly, with Fazio all over the place and Kostas Manolas incapable of building play with Higauin on his toes. Di Francesco was right to change to a 4-2-3-1, but having wasted 45 minutes chasing shadows they were always susceptible to a sucker punch after having battled back. He needs to decide what his best team is, quickly.”