- Roma has won their first game under Jose Mourinho in a pre-season match which has seen them showing off
- The team put 10 goals past Montecatini in an encounter which they had full control of on the day
- Mourinho was appointed as Roma coach in May this year after having a failed season with Tottenham Hotspur
Roma beat Serie D side Montecatini 10-0 in Jose Mourinho's first game as the coach of the Italian side.
This was Mourinho's first game after being appointed coach in May, 2021. A hat-trick from Borja Mayoral set the tone for the Rome club in Thursday's friendly.
Carles Perez, Gianluca Mancini, Riccardo Calafiori, Nicolo Zaniolo, Nicola Zalewski and Amadou Diawara were also on target for Roma.
Roma's official account on twitter tweeted, "The first training game of pre-season has just finished: a 10-0 win against guests Montecatini."
Watch all 10 goals in the video bellow:
This is Mourinho's second stint in Italy after his two-year spell with Inter Milan where he won the treble with Nerazzurri.
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In other sports news, Briefly News reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has shattered a record which has stood for 37 years having scored five goals at the just concluded Euro 2020 championship, Portugal captain .
Although the striker failed to win the tournament having crashed out in the Round of 16, the Juventus striker still ended the competition with pride.
Despite playing in just four games at Euro 2020, Ronaldo who scored five goals went home with the Golden Boot.
Bukayo Saka speaks out on racial abuse
Briefly News earlier reported that Bukayo Saka has aired his opinion after coming under racial abuse from fans when he missed England's decisive spot-kick that gave Italy the Euro 2020 title.
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The 19-year-old was given the responsibility to play the last spot-kick for the Three Lions which could have sent the shoot-outs into sudden death.
But a brilliant save from Gianluigi Donnarumma ended England's dream of winning their first trophy since the 1966 World Cup. However, the skilful winger posted an emotional message on his social media handle insisting he will not be broken by the racial abuse.
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Source: Briefly News