In the round of 38 of Serie A, Roma won 2-1 at home to Spezia.
So far, Roma have completed all Serie A matches this season, and the final record of Roma is 18 wins, 9 draws and 11 defeats, with 63 points, and the Serie A ranking is 6th, confirming the qualification for next season's Europa League.
Roma had a better start, but the latter was unable to become the main theme of the second half. The most moving thing is that when it comes to the penalty shootout in the Europa League final, Roma will not even have to muster five qualified penalty takers.
The strong emotions expressed by the Roma fans in this match were shocking. They expressed their support for the players, they expressed their support for Jose Mourinho and they also expressed their strong hatred for Europa League final referee Anthony Taylor.
There is a piece of thankful news.
According to Roma dello Sport, UEFA launched an investigation into Mourinho's abuse of referees a few days ago, and today, UEFA finally began to investigate the issue of penalties in the Europa League final, and Anthony Taylor's penal tendencies and penalties scale have huge problems.
Although the result of the game will not change as a result of this survey, it can be expected to have a significant effect on reassuring fans (probably not).
Jose Mourinho was suspended for a yellow card and was finally back on the pitch after the match when the Roma team thanked the fans. When fans shouted for Jose Mourinho and asked if he would stay, Mourinho pointed to the pitch and replied:
"I'll be here."