Italian Rome has beaten in final the Dutch of Feyenoord

Berlin: Roma qualified for the final of the European Football Conference, after defeating their host, Leicester City, 1-0, today, Thursday, in the return of the semi-finals of the competition, to make an appointment with Feyenoord of the Netherlands. who in the same group drew 0-0 with Marseille, his French host. Roma drew 1-1 in the first leg with Leicester City in the English city of Leicester, qualifying for the final by winning 1/2 overall, while Feyenoord qualified for the final after winning the first leg in house 3/2 Marseille French. Tammy Abraham scored the only goal of the match for Leicester City in the 11th minute The final between Roma and Feyenoord will be played in the Albanian capital, Tirana, on 25 May. The match began with the pressure of Roma, who wanted to score a goal in advance in the opponent’s goal to confuse his accounts, while Leicester City’s performance was characterized by initial defensive reserves, given the great pressure of the Italian team. The pressure from Roma led to scoring an early goal with striker Tammy Abraham in the 11th minute, after receiving a cross from his colleague Lorenzo Pellegrini, to target a powerful header behind Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, scoring the goal of the advance. After the goal, Roma rushed in an attempt to score another goal, but the slowness in closing the attack and the brilliance of Leicester’s defense prevented it. Despite the presence of offensive elements such as James Madison and Jamie Vardy, Leicester’s offensive performance brought nothing new and failed to change the result. Starring instead Tami Abraham and Nicolas Zaniolo, who in multiple occasions threaten Schmeichel’s goal. The rest of the first half sees nothing new, so the referee blows his whistle for the final, with Roma in 1-0 lead. With the start of the second half, Leicester tried to rectify the situation and repeatedly threatened goalkeeper Rui Patricio, but the strength of Roma’s defense prevented him. Roma have lost more than one chance to Abraham, Zaniolo, Lorenzo Pellegrini and others, and failed to consolidate their progress, which motivated Leicester City to make several attempts to score the equalizer. The Italian team had more possession in the second half, depriving the opponent of the ball several times and blocking the defense against any attempt to draw. The rest of the second half saw nothing new, so the referee blew the whistle, with Roma winning 1-0, and qualified for the last game. (Dpa)