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Rudi Garcia worried after "ugly" draw


Roma coach Rudi Garcia says the draw against Chievo is a worrying result for his side.

If Juventus win on Monday they will increment their advantage at the top of the table to 11 points with Napoli to move to only two points from the Giallorossi if they beat Internazionale tonight.

And Garcia says Roma failed to show the same fighting spirit they showed in the last few weeks.

"This draw is the result of ugly football that has very little in comparison with the other draws," Garcia told Sky Sport Italy.

"In the first half we dropped deep, playing really ugly and we wouldn't have score even had we played for three hours.

"There are positive defeats [in football] and worrying victories and then you have worrying draws like this one.

"We had to be more fast when on the ball, our last three games were very interesting but today I didn't see the same determination I saw in recent games."

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