Jose Mourinho leads Roma to a 10-0 win in his first game with the Italian side

Jose Mourinho leads Roma to a 10-0 win in his first game with the Italian side

  • Roma won their first game under Jose Mourinho
  • The team put 10 goals past Montecatini
  • Mourinho was appointed as Roma coach in May this year

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Roma beat Serie D side Montecatini 10-0 in Jose Mourinho's first game as the coach of the Italian side.

This was Mourinho's first game after being appointed coach in May, 2021. A hat-trick from Borja Mayoral set the tone for the Rome club in Thursday's friendly.

Carles Perez, Gianluca Mancini, Riccardo Calafiori, Nicolo Zaniolo, Nicola Zalewski and Amadou Diawara were also on target for Roma.

Jose Mourinho leads Roma to a 10-0 win in his first game with the Italian side
Jose Mourinho leads Roma to a 10-0 win in his first game with the Italian side. Source: Twitter/ASRomaEn
Source: Twitter
Roma's official account on twitter tweeted, "The first training game of pre-season has just finished: a 10-0 win against guests Montecatini."

Watch all ten goals in the video bellow:

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This is Mourinho's second stint in Italy after his two-year spell with Inter Milan where he won the treble with Nerazzurri.

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Although the striker failed to win the tournament having crashed out in the Round of 16, the Juventus striker still ended the competition with pride.

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The Black Stars player received a lot of criticism for his move to Stamford Bridge from some section of Ghanaians but insists he was meant to star with the Blues.

In an interview with The Athletic, sighted by YEN.com.gh, Atsu said the fact that the move did not work out does not make it a bad one.

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