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Rudi Garcia: Roma hungry to qualify for next round in Europa League


Roma coach Rudi Garcia says his players are hungry to progress to the next round of the Europa League.

The 1-1 draw registered at the Stadio Olimpico means the Giallorossi have to approach the game with an attacking-minded attitude and the Frenchman hopes to turn possession into goals when his side takes on Feyenoord at the De Kuip.

"We are eager to make it through," Garcia said.

"The 1-1 in the first leg means we have to score to qualify. Feyenoord is quality but we had chances [to score more] in the first leg. We have to be ambitious tomorrow.

"Having plenty of possession [as it was the case against Verona] means we have to turn that into goals. We could have done more but it's also fair to say that they [Verona] scored with their only goal opportunity.

"We drew way too many games recently but the lads never changed their attitude and approach to games.

"We have to be hungry for success, hoping not to be on the end of harsh decisions because they [Feyenoord] scored from an offside position."

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