ROME (AP) — A 4-1 thrashing at home by Napoli on Sunday added another chapter to Roma’s season of discontent.

The Giallorossi have now lost three of their last four Serie A matches to risk falling out of contention for the Champions League places.

Roma was also recently eliminated from this season’s Champions League by Porto, which resulted in the firing of coach Eusebio Di Francesco and the departure of sporting director Ramon “Monchi” Rodriguez.

After Diego Perotti converted a penalty to cancel out Arkadiusz Milik’s early opener, Napoli surged ahead with second-half goals from Dries Mertens, Simone Verdi and Amin Younes.

Milik had the goal of the day, using a splendid backheel control before spinning around to score from close range.

Roma midfielder Steven

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