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Roma coach Di Francesco on 2-goal Zaniolo: An immense talent

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AS Roma coach Eusebio di Francesco had mixed emotions with their 2-1 win over Porto.

"It's a pity about the result, but I congratulated the lads for their solidity, for creating so many chances, allowing little at the back and choosing the right time to strike," Di Francesco told Sky Sport Italia.



“We have a player with immense talent and we are very glad to have him here."



Nicolò Zaniolo had put the hosts 2-0 up with a brace within six minutes, but Adrian Lopez made the most of a ricochet to give Porto a potentially decisive away goal in this Champions League Round of 16.

I told him to keep playing with his head, as a goal can take you out of the game and create enthusiasm that is distracting, but he not only focused, he scored a second.

Zaniolo became the youngest ever Italian to bag a brace in both the modern and old versions of the tournament.

“The goal wasn't even really our mistake, it was a strange ricochet.
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