AS Roma vs Vitesse RESULT in the 2021-2022 European Conference League on Friday 18 March 2022 is known. Dramatically, the Giallorossi (AS Roma’s nickname) managed to qualify for the next phase, through Tammy Abraham’s late goal in the 90th minute.
AS Roma had left behind one goal earlier than Vitesse via Maximilian Wittek’s goal in the 62nd minute. Luckily Tammy Abraham managed to make it 1-1, after receiving feedback from Rick Karsdorp.
As a result, AS Roma made it to the quarter-finals of the 2021-2022 European Conference League. Jose Mourinho’s team won 2-1 on aggregate over Vitesse.
The course of the match
At the start of the first half, surprisingly Vitesse who acted as the visitors managed to dominate the game. They managed to reduce AS Roma, and played offensively in the first 10 minutes.
It was observed, Vitesse managed to get several free-kick opportunities and corners that threatened the Giallorossi goal – AS Roma’s nickname. However, some of these opportunities could not be exploited properly.
On the other hand, AS Roma is not without resistance. Jose Mourinho’s team several times tried counter-attack schemes.
However, these efforts did not succeed in producing a goal for I Giallorossi.
In the second half, Vitesse immediately appeared promising from the start of the match. Thomas Letsch’s team played bolder and more open to pound the Giallorossi’s defense.
It was observed, they took advantage of all sides to carry out various attacks and steal the advantage. The reason is, at this time they are in a state of being left behind by an aggregate after losing 1-0 in the first leg.
Attack after attack built up by Vitesse finally paid off. They finally managed to score a goal against Rui Patricio. It was Maximilian Wittek (62′) who managed to record his name on the scoreboard.
The German player managed to fire a hard shot from outside the penalty box after receiving feedback from Eli Dasa, Vitesse winning 1-0. After the goal, AS Roma reacted by overhauling the game scheme.
Mourinho also included three players to be a coating and an increase in the power of hitting AS Roma. This proved effective to dismantle Vitesse’s defense. I Giallorossi took advantage of that momentum.
Entering the final minute, their efforts finally paid off. It was Tammy Abraham (90′) who managed to get his name on the scoreboard while destroying Vitesse’s hopes. The 1-1 score ended the match in the second half.
AS Roma vs Vitesse line-up:
Tammy Abraham, Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Coach: Jose Mourinho
Coach: Thomas Letsch