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Fiorentina vs Roma (2-2): Player Ratings

Riccardo Sottil (ACF Fiorentina) competes for the ball with Dean Huijsen (AS Roma) during the Serie a Tim match between Fiorentina and Roma - Serie A TIM at Artemio Franchi Stadium - Sport, Soccer - Florence, Italy - Sunday March 10, 2024 (Photo by Massimo Paolone/LaPresse)

Man of the Match: Svilar (7): Despite being let down by his defense on both goals, he made a crucial penalty save against Biraghi to keep Roma in the game and allow them to equalize in the dying seconds.

Fiorentina (4-3-3):

Terracciano (6): Made a few important saves to prevent Roma from getting back into the game.

Kayode (7.5): Put in an extremely solid performance and kept De Rossi’s men at bay with great skill.

Ranieri (7.5): Impeccable in defense and also opened the scoring in the first half, giving Fiorentina a huge mental advantage and allowing them to approach the game in the best possible way.

Milenkovic (6): Had a satisfactory game. The Giallorossi attackers struggled to make an impact.

Biraghi (5.5): Set up Mandragora for Fiorentina’s second goal. He also brought a lot of solidity to the midfield. His missed penalty, which cost the Tuscans the victory, tarnishes his record.

Lopez (6): Despite a few mistakes, he held the midfield together quite well and managed to deal with a determined Roma side. He was replaced by Barak in added time.

Bonaventura (6.5): Had some good ideas and created a lot of danger in the opposition box, even though he struggled to find the net.

Mandragora (7): Precious in midfield, he did a lot of unseen work before coming into the spotlight by scoring the second goal, which gave the Viola the victory. Arthur took his place in added time.

Sottil (7.5): While he didn’t find the net tonight, he was truly unleashed on his wing and constantly forced his opponent to foul him. Duncan took his place in the 78th minute.

Belotti (6.5): He didn’t score either, but he put in a rather interesting performance and won a penalty, which was ultimately not converted. He was replaced by Nzola in added time.

N. Gonzalez (6): Managed to create a few dangerous situations, including the assist that allowed Ranieri to open the scoring. He was replaced by Ikoné at halftime.

Roma  (4-3-3)

Svilar (7): See above.

Ndicka (7): Despite the mistake on Ranieri’s goal, he made several decisive interventions and ultimately had a very solid game.

Mancini (4): An excess of commitment cost him his place on the field. Huijsen took his place in the 33rd minute, but did not fare much better.

Llorente (6): He made two big mistakes that cost De Rossi’s men the victory tonight, despite being on a good run. However, he redeemed himself by scoring the equalizer in the dying seconds of the game.

Angelino (5.5): He ran a lot but ultimately struggled to make a difference against a much fitter Fiorentina team. Spinazzola took his place in the 80th minute.

Cristante (6.5): Roma’s good phases started with his initiatives. He was the one who made the Roma midfield tick, and his decisive interventions allowed his team to stay in the game until the end.

Paredes (6): Despite being overly committed tonight, he did some good things and brought solidity. He also saved a ball on his line. Pellegrini took his place in the 80th minute.

Aouar (7): He worked tirelessly to respond to Fiorentina, and all this eventually paid off with an equalizing goal, which unfortunately for him would not be enough to make a difference.

Dybala (5): Well taken by the Viola defense, he struggled to find a place for himself tonight and ultimately had very little impact. Baldanzi took his place in the 73rd minute.

Lukaku (4): Completely transparent tonight, the Tuscan defenders gave him no chance to express himself.

El Shaarawy (5): Like the Giallorossi attackers, he brought very little danger tonight against a well-organized defensive team. Zalewski took his place in the 73rd minute.

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