Roma manager Rudi Garcia has admitted that his team put in a terrible performance in their goalless draw against Chievo this afternoon.
The Giallorossi created little in a game of few chances as they drew for the eighth time in nine Serie A outings.
"More than the result, we played badly, so it is different to the other draws we've played recently," he told Sky Sport Italia. "Playing like that we could've been on the field for three hours and still not scored. This was a terrible performance.
"We have to move more. From tomorrow we'll resume training and must do so much better. Our performances had been getting more and more interesting in recent weeks, but I didn't see the hunger, the determination or anything, especially in the first half.
"There wasn't one player better or worse than the rest today. We had all studied and prepared and dictated we'd play behind the Chievo defenders. I didn't see that happen once. The plan was to press Chievo high up the field, but we made too many bad choices and it's also hard to move the ball around quickly on this very dry pitch. We had too many mistakes, even simple passes."
Roma are currently second in the Serie A table, eight points behind leaders Juventus.