Salzburg attacker Junior Adamu reiterated his team’s determination to advance to the next round in the Europa League as they prepare to face Roma once more in tonight’s return leg.
Adamu was specifically asked about a sold out home crowd and the effect it might have on the Austrian side.
“We’re not scared of the Olimpico,” Adamu said in an interview with Corriere della Sera. “We have all played in historic stadiums, which is why I know that we will also be able to handle a packed Olimpico.”
“We will also handle our business against Roma. We’ve done it before. We are used to playing on big stages.”
“Roma have a roster with a lot of experience. Dybala is a champion, I hope he can be there tonight. Mourinho is one of the best in the world. They’re definitely among the favorites in this competition.”