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Rudi Garcia disappointed with scoreline, happy with the away point


Roma coach Rudi Garcia says the 1-1 draw away at Verona is a positive result.

The Giallorossi fought hard to cancel out Bosko Jankovic's opener and pushed forward to find the winning goal but had to settle down for a point.

"Yes, [we are disappointed] but we were serious from start to finish," Garcia told Mediaset.

"We played against a Verona side that defended well, that were dangerous today but our attitude was correct.

"We could have won even if we're still not 100% in respect to our fitness level.

"A point away from home is a good result but we now have to shift our focus to our next game, at home.

"Our objective [this season] is to qualify for the Champions League but there's time to think about that.

"For now, we only want to think about the next game [against Juventus]."

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