Roma’s win over Slavia Praha reaffirmed their place in UEFA’s Top 10 ranking.
The Giallorossi opened their season’s Europa League campaign with three consecutive wins – the best start to any European competition in Roma’s history.
Moreover, last night’s victory against Slavia helped the Giallorossi climb in UEFA’s coefficients table.
In fact, Roma were able to exclude Sevilla from UEFA’s list following the Spanish side’s defeat to Arsenal.
The only Italian team to have more coefficients points is Inter – Roma’s next rival in Serie A.