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Edin Dzeko continues scoring form

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 By Terry Daley

Roma put on a show, scoring sensational goals in thrashing of Torino

Four players scored for Roma in a dominant victory over Torino at the Stadio Olimpico.
Edin Dzeko struck first as Roma ran out 4-1 winners in a superb showing against Torino on Sunday.

Roma put on a show of sensational goals as they warmed up for their Europa League return leg with Villareal by sweeping aside a spirited but porous Torino 4-1 to maintain both their 100 percent home record and second spot in Serie A.

Edin Dzeko set Luciano Spalletti's side on their way with his 19th league strike of the season, a beautifully drilled shot from just outside the area after a neat one-two with Radja Nainggolan in the 10th minute. That was swiftly followed up by Mohamed Salah's first...

 By Terry Daley

With Edin Dzeko in red-hot form, Roma are as exciting as they've been in years

Edin Dzeko
Edin Dzeko's goalscoring form has made Roma as exciting as they've been in years.

While the Giallorosso half of Rome basks in the glow of Thursday's splendid 4-0 hammering of Villarreal, which fired a warning shot to the rest of Europe, Luciano Spalletti's side are back at work preparing for a clash of attacking titans, with Sunday's visit of free-scoring Torino at the Stadio Olimpico bringing hat-trick hero Edin Dzeko face to face with Toro's own red-hot goal ace Andrea Belotti.

Serie A's top scorer with 18 goals, Dzeko made headlines around Europe with a wonderful 20-minute...

Dzeko's reversal of form has Roma among favourites for Europa League

Edin Dzeko notched a second-half hat trick to help seal Roma's first leg win against Villarreal.
Preview the latest Serie A action, as Radja Nainggolan continues to heat up for AS Roma.

When Edin Dzeko's daughter Una woke up on Friday morning, there was a gift waiting from her papa. Dzeko picked it up for her on a work trip to Spain. It was an adidas capitano, the official match ball of the Europa League, and he wanted her to have it.

"I'm taking it home to Una," Dzeko told reporters at the Estadio Ceramica, which he all but smashed to pieces. Not for the first time this season, Dzeko scored a hat trick in the Europa League. The surprise was that it came here.

Villarreal...

 By Terry Daley

Edin Dzeko, Mohamed Salah lift Roma to big win vs. Villarreal

Edin Dzeko notched a second-half hat trick to help seal Roma's first leg win against Villarreal.
Dzeko and Salah were superb as Roma pulled away from Villarreal in the second half.

Edin Dzeko was once again Roma's hero, bashing a second half hat-trick past La Liga's tightest defence as the Giallorossi all but booked their place in the last 16 of the Europa League with a thumping 4-0 win at Villarreal. They became the first team to score four goals at the Madrigal since Barcelona in May 2010, while the Bosnian now has an astonishing 28 goals for the season.

Emerson Palmieri also shone and set the away side up with a corking long-range opener just after the half-hour mark,...

 By Terry Daley

Daniele De Rossi finally showing he's mature enough to take Roma forward

De Rossi's future looked uncertain until his new-found run of calm makes him ideal for keeping Roma balanced.

Not so long ago, Daniele De Rossi's Roma career looked to be coming to an end. The 33-year-old, who has spent his entire footballing life in giallorosso, was eyeing offers from the United States as his big contract edged towards its close. A disastrous start to the season, compounded by his disgraceful red card in August's Champions League playoff against Porto, only hastened talk of his departure in the summer. Now, with Thursday night's Europa League clash at Villarreal and a new contract on...

 By Terry Daley

Nainggolan stars as Roma win to reclaim second place in Serie A

Edin Dzeko celebrates after scoring Roma's second.
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Roma warmed up perfectly for their midweek Europa League clash with Villareal by swatting aside Crotone and moving back into second place in Serie A. A stinging low drive from Radja Nainggolan and Edin Dzeko's 25th goal of the season -- his seventh in six games in all competitions -- were enough to seal victory.

Nainggolan was the star and his goal came at the end of a clunky first-half performance in which Dzeko missed his second successive penalty. Roma never looked like letting their lead slip...