Paulo Dybala and Chris Smalling were on target as Roma secured a 2-1 comeback win against Inter Milan at
Giuseppe Meazza on Saturday.
The home team drew the first blood through Federico Dimarco at the half-hour mark after lashing on a pass from Nicolo Barella.
Before his goal, Edin Dzeko had the ball in the net, but it was ruled out for offside.
Inter Milan’s lead lasted less than 10 minutes, as Paulo Dybala volleyed home Leonardo Spinazzola’s cross past Samir Handanovic to secure his fourth Serie A goal of the season.
Hakan Calhanoglu had the chance to put Inter Milan up in the second half but his attempt crashed against the woodwork at the hour mark.
Fifteen minutes later, Chris Smalling scored what would be the winning goal with a fine header from Lorenzo Pellegrini’s free-kick.
Jose Mourinho’s men secured the 2-1 to end their 10-game winless run against Inter Milan.