Our unveiling of the award winners for the 2015-16 season continues, as we reveal your choice for assist of the season.
Given the fact that Luciano Spalletti's side finished the campaign as the top goalscorers in Serie A, it is perhaps unsurprising to discover that there were a wealth of contenders for Giallorossi assist of the season in 2015-16.
The likes of Stephan El Shaarawy, Mohamed Salah, Edin Dzeko, Diego Perotti and Radja Nainggolan all combined to great effect over the course of the season - but which assist was judged to be the best by voters?
Here is a reminder of the shortlist:
- Edin Dzeko to Stephan El Shaarawy (v. Genoa)
- Mohamed Salah to Radja Nainggolan (v. Napoli)
- Miralem Pjanic to Mohamed Salah (v. Fiorentina)
- Francesco Totti to Miralem Pjanic (v. Chievo)
- Francesco Totti to Mohamed Salah (v. Bologna)
- Miralem Pjanic to Alessandro Florenzi (v. Udinese)
- Diego Perotti to Stephan El Sharaawy (v. Sassuolo)
And, without further ado, the final results of the voting:
4th: Francesco Totti to Miralem Pjanic (v. Chievo)
Usually the provider for his teammates last season, on this occasion it was Pjanic who was the grateful recipient of a brilliantly incisive through-ball from teammate Totti, leaving him with a simple finish after a fine team move.
3rd: Mohamed Salah to Radja Nainggolan (v. Napoli)
One of the most celebrated goals at the Stadio Olimpico during the 2015-16 season, Radja Nainggolan's perfect finish grabbed the headlines but it was Salah who teed the ball up perfectly for him - showing some nifty footwork after another clever passing move from the home team.
2nd: Edin Dzeko to Stephan El Shaarawy (v. Genoa)
A vital late winner kept Roma's Champions League hopes firmly alive, as the striker belied his size to spot his teammate in a dangerous position and deliver a perfectly-weighted ball for an emphatic winner.
Roma Assist of the Season 2015-16: Diego Perotti to Stephan El Shaarawy (v. Sassuolo)
Two January arrivals combined in fitting fashion to win this award - this was one of six assists Perotti delivered during his first six months at the club.
The Argentine pounced onto a loose ball and surged into the box, picking his moment expertly before sliding across for El Shaarawy to slide home.