Bologna’s Lukasz Skorupski after Roma draw: “A good point for us.”

Roma were left frustrated this evening by one of their former players: Bologna shot-stopper Lukasz Skorupski.

The Polish international put on a clinic in tonight’s 0-0 draw against his former employers, tallying five saves while being named Man of the Match.

“Certainly the manager (Sinisa Mihajlović) will be happy with this result,” he told DAZN.

“He’ll be out of the hospital soon (where he’s undergoing treatment for leukemia) and I hope everything’s going to be okay.”

Adding, “But he’ll be back with us shortly and he’ll be glad with this result, it’s a good point for us away from home.

The Giallorossi were left stymied by the 30 year-old throughout the evening, unable to find the back of the net despite ten shots inside Bologna’s penalty area.

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