"The game changed when we were down to 10, with 11 we would never have lost. And then the rigour was also very questionable. We haven't been lucky with the episodes." This is how Sassuolo coach Alessio Dionisi was interviewed by DAZN at the end of the match against Roma.
But what did Mourinho say to Dionisi when he left the technical area? "I'm used to fair play and education, which fortunately I have - the Emilian coach replied - I only allow myself to talk about my players and my team. That's why I say that no one should be allowed to talk about other people's players." "If there's a team that has fair play, it's Sassuolo, unlike Roma," said Dionisi, who was also critical of a ball that was not returned after the ball was thrown out of play by Consigli to allow a teammate to come to aid.
Roma, the coach added, "are one of the most foul teams in the league. Mourinho's words are wrong. If fair play is answered differently, then there is no need to argue. Let's talk about the game..."
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