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Rudi Garcia full of praise for players after Feyenoord win


Roma coach Rudi Garcia says his players gave everything in their 2-1 victory over Feyenoord on Thursday night.

In a match overshadowed by crowd trouble in Rotterdam, the Giallorossi kept their cool to progress into the Last 16 of the Europa League and the Frenchman was delighted with the performance of his side.

"I am satisfied with the approach to the game", Garcia said.

"The lads gave everything out there, as they always do. We beat a very strong team but we could have scored earlier."

The game was suspended for more than 10 minutes after a number of objects were thrown on to the pitch and the Frenchman says the referee took the right decision to stop the game.

"We could have opened a shop with all the things they threw at us," he said.

"It was right to suspend play."

Juventus are next for Roma and the Frenchman admits it will be a tough game for his players.

"This is not the right time to talk about the title race," Garcia said.

"We first have to play Juventus, a very difficult game and we have to find consistency."

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