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Plenty to ponder for Rudi Garcia as Roma lose ground to Juventus

Mattia Destro salvaged a point in Roma's draw at Palermo, but Rudi Garcia's men lost vital ground to Juventus in the title race.

Trips down to Palermo rarely have gone well for Roma in recent seasons. All the way back to the reign of Luciano Spalletti, the side have stuttered when making the short trip across the Mediterranean.

Mattia Destro may have spared the side's blushes in a 1-1 draw, but it allowed Juventus to stretch their lead at the top of Serie A to five points. Where did it go wrong for Juve's challengers?

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Self-inflicted wounds

It's surprising Roma remain second considering the proliferation of individual errors...

Issues remain for Roma despite spirited derby comeback

Roma head coach Rudi Garcia has hailed the impact of captain Francesco Totti, who scored a brace to salvage his side a 2-2 draw against Lazio.

Roma battled back from a 2-0 deficit to scrape a point against Lazio after a dire first half. In a second half that suggested the "home" side might go on to win it, a draw was probably a fair result.

Here are four things we learned from Sunday's 2-2 draw.

1. This squad can fight back. The first half was truly dire; there was little linkup between Roma's midfield and forwards, and two self-inflicted wounds led to a quick-fire Lazio double within four minutes. Radja Nainggolan uncharacteristically...

Serie A's battle of the top four lived up to expectations this weekend

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti is at a loss for words when discussing Francesco Totti's form for AS Roma and Juventus' important win over Napoli.

The top four met on Super Sunday in Serie A, and it didn't disappoint.

Roma 2-2 Lazio

On the day that '50s movie star Anita Ekberg sadly passed away, the Derby della Capitale more than honored the memory of that showstopping scene of hers, taking a moonlit dip in the Trevi Fountain in Federico Fellini's "La Dolce Vita." Football fans in the capital have got it good right now. Life is sweet.

This was a great match. After turning 115 on Friday, Lazio -- "the first team in the capital," as they never...

Francesco Totti celebrates Roma goal by taking selfie

Francesco Totti's dominance in the Rome derby continued as his second-half brace brings Roma back from a 2-nil deficit to draw with Lazio.

Having scored twice to drag Roma back into their derby vs. Lazio, a superb game that finished 2-2, Francesco Totti chose to mark the occasion forever by taking a selfie in front of his celebrating fans.

Roma later released the photo that Totti took on their official Facebook page.

Serie A 'Super Sunday' will test title hopes of Juventus, Roma, Napoli, Lazio

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the thrilling 1-1 draw between Juventus and Inter Milan.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti says the title race is heating up in Serie A, but it's not without some controversy.

The choreography is being prepared. Spray paint is drying on cloth as slogans are written on bedsheets and throws. The flags are tied, ready to be unfurled and waved in the Curve at the Olimpico and the San Paolo. Boxes of flares and firecrackers sit ready to be unpacked, the powder kept dry for kickoff.

Since la Befana it's all anyone has been talking about in the piazzas and bars of Naples, Rome and Turin over a cornetto and a cappuccino in the morning and a pizza and a bottle of beer in the...

Ratings: Astori stars for Roma as Garcia's men turn the heat up on Juve

Davide Astori scored the only goal of the game as Roma edged past Udinese 1-0 on Tuesday.

Roma beat Udinese 1-0 on Tuesday and Inter Milan's credible 1-1 draw against Juventus means the gap at the top of Serie A is just one point. Champions Juve have the edge over Roma in second, with Rudi Garcia's men fortunate to sneak past Udinese thanks to Davide Astori's header.

The home side argued the ball did not cross the line but to Roma's relief, it was given and they held on to claim all three points.  The visitors did a very solid job of keeping a dangerous Udinese attack in check --...