Jose Mourinho faulted the official and VAR for AS Roma’s 3-2 loss to rivals Lazio in Serie An on Sunday, saying his side were predominant regardless of the outcome.
It was the Portuguese supervisor’s second misfortune since assuming responsibility for the Italian side in the mid year and Lazio drove from the tenth moment until the last whistle.
Be that as it may, Mourinho was despondent with regards to a possible mess in the development to Lazio’s subsequent objective, scored by previous Roma winger Pedro following 19 minutes.
He felt Lucas Leiva ought to have gotten a second reserving subsequent to seeing Roma skipper Lorenzo Pellegrini shipped off against Udinese on Thursday.
“Italian football has worked on a ton. In any case, shockingly, the arbitrator and VAR were not at the right level for this phenomenal match,” Mourinho told journalists.
“On the 2-0 objective it might have been 1-1, the arbitrator and VAR committed an error. This is excessively.
“The absence of a second yellow for Leiva is additionally significant. It was a comparative circumstance to Pellegrini, he got a red yet today there was nothing.
“We were the better group on the pitch. Clearly when you yield three objectives, something has turned out badly, yet the second and third were counter-assaults.
“We attempted, we ruled. We gave everything and put Lazio in trouble,” Mourinho said.
Roma, who are fourth in Serie A, face Zorya next in the UEFA Conference League on Thursday, prior to facilitating Empoli in the association.