Roma goal-keeper Mile Svilar was once again given the chance to replace Rui Patricio in Roma’s starting eleven in the Europa League.
The Serbian shot-stopper made his second appearance of the season tonight, helping the team maintain a clean sheet with Servette.
After the match, Svilar talked to the media about Roma’s ambitions for the competition.
“It’s too early to say, let’s see game by game and three points for three punts,” said Svilar.
“It’s always important not to concede a goal and even more important to get the three points and win and today we did it.”
“I look at it day by day, I feel better every game and every training session is important,” he added. “We all work to play, every game I play I want to win.”