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    Statistic: Unbeaten away to Juventus, Inter and AC Milan for the fourth time in history!

    Sunday's late draw at San Siro means the Giallorossi have come away from all three matches against some of Italy's biggest sides without being beaten...

    Sunday's draw against AC Milan at the San Siro means this season Roma have achieved something the team has managed on only three previous occasions in their history.

    After beating Inter Milan at the same stadium and drawing with Juventus at the start of the season, the Giallorossi have gone unbeaten in three of the toughest away fixtures Italian football has to offer - picking up five points from a possible nine.

    Tammy Abraham scored the late equaliser against Milan (just as he did in the 1-1 draw with Juve), ensuring his side came away from the game with a point - and added a line to the history books in the process.

    Below we take a quick look at the other occasions in which the team went unbeaten across those three away games in the same season.


    Under coach Guido Ara, Roma finished fifth in the final standings - propelled in part by four players who had been members of Italy's victorious World Cup squad the summer prior - Guido Masetti, Eraldo Monzeglio, Aldo Donati and Pietro Serantoni.

    It was also the last season in yellow and red for Attilio Ferraris, the club's first captain and one of its most iconic players. That season Roma beat AC Milan thanks to a penalty from Aristide Coscia, while both games against Inter (then Ambrosiana Inter) and Juventus ended 0-0.


    By 1954 Roma were under the presidency of Renato Sacerdoti, while the coaching was left to an Englishman in Jesse Carver. The Giallorossi were on the rise after returning to Serie A two seasons prior and would ultimately finish the campaign third - the best result for the club throughout that decade.

    On their travels against Juventus, Inter and Milan the side would muster up two wins and a draw. Both wins came at the San Siro, winning 2-1 against Inter and 2-0 against Milan, while the match in Turin ended in a 1-1 draw.

    The star of the show across those games was Carlo Galli, who scored in all three matches. Overall, the late striker managed 55 in 125 games for the club.


    Giuseppe Ciarrapico was the president and he had appointed Vujadin Boskov the coach - after the famously angry tactician had helped Sampdoria win the 1990-91 Serie A title behind the brilliance of Gianluca Vialli and Roberto Mancini.

    The Serbian arrived in the capital with big targets, encouraged somewhat by purchases including that of his compatriot Sinisa Mihajlovic, who joined from Red Star Belgrade.

    The season did not exactly live up to expectations, however, with Roma finishing 10th despite some success on their travels. A 1-1 draw with Juventus (thanks to a goal from Aldair) was accompanied by an identical result against Inter (Claudio Caniggia with the goal this time) and a goalless game with the Rossoneri.