TIRANA, Albania (AP) - Jose Mourinho described Roma as" a giant club" that lacks a jewel room that matches the platoon's social dimension and enthusiastic addict base.

Well, Giallorosi claimed his first European title in further than six decades on Wednesday in Mourinho's first season guiding in the Italian capital.

Niccolo Janiolo scored in the first half, goalkeeper Rui Patricio made some big saves in the alternate half and beat Roma Feyenoord 1- 0 to win the opening edition of the third league Europa Conference League.

This is Roma's first European jewel since winning the 1961Inter-Cities Fair Cup- a event that's considered a precursor to the UEFA Cup and Europa League. This is the first title of its kind for Roma since winning the Italian Cup in 2008.

In addition to the thousands of Roma observers inside the small National Arena in Tirana, about suckers watched the game on the huge defenses of Rome's Studio Olympico.

Before the final, sympathizers of both clubs disaccorded violently in Tirana and dozens were transferred back to Italy.

Two separate groups of Dutch and Italian sympathizers disaccorded with police in the megacity on Tuesday, injuring 19 officers and five Albanian civilians. A police officer was injured in the pecking, authorities said. Three Italian sympathizers and two Dutch sympathizers were also injured.

Inside the colosseum, dears were thrown over the field and after a clear fight where the Dutch suckers were sitting, the servants removed a many suckers before the onset.

Janiolo's thing started with a ball from the center back Gianluca Mancini which Janiolo controlled with his casket. Janiolo also pushed the ball to the goalkeeper Justin Bijlo with the tip of his charge.

Zaniolo has often been labeled as Italy’s most talented young player. But he’s been held back by two serious knee injuries, one of which kept him out for all of last season and prevented him from taking part in the Azzurri’s run to the European Championship title.

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