We’ve picked out 10 numbers from Roma’s 2-1 win at Fiorentina on Wednesday night - as Amadou Diawara and Leonardo Spinazzola continued handy goalscoring habits.
Rick Karsdorp shares top spot for most assists (5) from a defender in Serie A this season, alongside Juan Cuadrado and Davide Faraoni.
Diawara’s late goal was his second for the Giallorossi and first since scoring against Torino on the penultimate day of last season - a strike that also proved to be the winner.
Meanwhile, Spinazzola’s goal that broke the deadlock was his third for Roma in Serie A and second of the season, with both efforts coming against Fiorentina.
Roma have now won each of their previous four against La Viola, scoring at least twice in all of those victories.
Marash Kumbulla has missed Roma’s last five fixtures through injury, but has started in all of his five most recent appearances for the Giallorossi.
From their last nine league visits to Florence, Roma have lost just once (W6, D2, L1).
Only AC Milan (9) have conceded fewer goals than Roma (10) in the first half of top-flight matches so far this term.
This was Diawara’s second league start of the season and first since the opening day of the campaign, with those games sandwiching 23 Serie A matchdays between them.
The Giallorossi’s 47 points after 25 games are five more than they collected at the same stage last season.
Spinazzola is the first player since Ruggiero Rizzitelli - against Udinese in 1993 - to score at both ends of a Serie A match for Roma.