- Roma conceded three goals in seven minutes to blow a 3-1 lead as they lose at home again in the Serie A
- Manuel Locatelli, Dejan Kulusevski and then Mattia De Sciglio all found the back of the net in the second half to ensure a sensational comeback win
- In the first half, Tammy Abraham had opened the scoring before Paulo Dybala restored parity in the 18th minute
It was a sensational atmosphere as Juventus come from 3-1 down to defeat AS Roma 4-3 in a highly-entertaining Serie A fixture on Sunday, Euro Sport reports.
Jose Mourinho’s side began the game on the front foot at the Stadio Olimpico as Tammy Abraham opened the scoring before Paulo Dybala restored parity in the 18th minute.
The hosts went on to lead again and then grabbed another goal courtesy strikes from Henrikh Mkhitaryan and captain Lorenzo Pellegrini.
It only set up the stage for a sensational comeback as the Old Lady found the back of the net three times in seven minutes to claim all three points..
SPORTbible reports that summer signing Manuel Locatelli pulled one back, Dejan Kulusevski notched the equaliser and then Mattia De Sciglio completed the dramatic turnaround in the 77th minute.
The drama was not over yet as Matthijs de Ligt was sent off for handling the ball in the area and a penalty was awarded to the hosts.
Pellegrini was handed the opportunity to draw his side level, but his effort was tame to trouble Wojciech Szczęsny in goal..
Roma find themselves down to eighth place in Serie A, level on points with city rivals Lazio.
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Mourinho left the English topflight last summer following his sacking at Tottenham, with AS Roma acquiring his services.
The Portuguese could be on his way back to the EPL, with Everton believed to have identified him to succeed Rafa Benitez.
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Despite joining Roma in July, the three-time EPL winner is said to be open to a return to England.
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