Sampdoria attacker Filip Djuricic sounded hopeful ahead of the upcoming clash with Jose Mourinho’s Roma on Monday at the Ferraris stadium in Genova.
In an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Serbian forward spoke about facing Roma without their primary scorer in Paulo Dybala. “They will be different, not necessarily worse,” he explained.
“Roma still have many talented players like Pellegrini and Zaniolo. We will have to play with everything we got.”
“We must believe we can win. This league is very unpredictable and so this game could be in our favor,” he concluded.