"Cristiano thinks he can do what he wants because he has won the Ballon D'or"
With the title already in the bag, Juve visited a Roma side which needed the points to be able to get into the Champions League places. And the team which needed the points beat the more talented outfit, at least on paper.
Two of the protagonists of the encounter were Florenzi and Cristiano Ronaldo, which left the odd moment of tension at the Olimpico. It was the Portuguese who started the fight with the defender.
In the second half, CR7 got angry with the Italian footballer calling him a "dwarf", something which caused the home man to get angry. He would take revenge a few minutes later by opening the scoring.
With a great chip, Florenzi opened the scoring against Juve. Then in added time, it was Edin Dzeko who killed off the game by making it 2-0. After the final whistle, the defender had some words for the Portuguese.
"Cristiano thinks that he has the right to do what he wants because he has won the Ballon D'or," started the Italian defender, who also admitted that they are things which happen on the pitch.
"I also say and do a lot of stupid things on the pitch. What happens on it stays on it. We knew it wouldn't be easy to beat Juve, it never is. We played to win by trying not to lose. Ranieri took the right decisions. Bringing on Under was fundamental," he concluded.