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Francesco Totti on the City draw, the goal and his record


Roma captain Francesco Totti says he's eager to continue his career after becoming the oldest scorer in UEFA Champions League history.

The 38-year-old produced a sublime finish to equalise for the Giallorossi as he was again one of the best players on the pitch for Rudi Garcia's side.

"I don't remember the move clearly," Totti told Roma TV.

"I received Nainggolan's pass and chipped the goalkeeper, knowing it wasn't easy.

"It was a beautiful goal but the performance of the team comes before anything else. I am happy with the squad, we showed we're strong which is never easy in Europe.

"Initially [when the draw was made] many said we had no chance but we now showed we can play against anyone even if we're yet to play against the strongest [Bayern Munich].

"I'm proud of what I've done [in my career], I hope to continue, I don't want to stop. I'm 38 but I don't feel them.

"Yes, [I knew I broke a record] but I didn't honestly know which one, they told me at the end of the game.

"Tonight was a true test, doing what we usually do was not easy against such a great team, we will now focus on the Juventus game."

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