Ten different players.
Ten different stories behind them.
Here they are...
A spectacular strike to start things off, both from the assist to the strike itself. Roberto Pruzzo was the author - his bicycle kick nestling perfectly inside the near post. It wasn't just pretty, it was important; the goal ensured the Giallorossi secured a 2-2 draw in this December 1983 meeting.
What a hit! Giuseppe Giannini, at the Delle Alpi, with one of his most memorable strikes. It was not enough for the Giallorossi to take a point from the game, however, as they eventually lost 2-1.
The mind often wanders to this goal when thinking of Vincent Candela - it was one of his first defining moments as a Roma player. Paulo Sergio had given Zdenek Zeman's side the advantage... and the French full-back built on that with a run and finish that left Angelo Peruzzi in the Juventus goal looking slightly foolish.
Among the most important goals of the 2000-01 season, some would say. In a crucial match at the top of the table, the Giallorossi had been 2-0 down and struggling at the Delle Alpi, at least until substitute Hidetoshi Nakata dragged his side back into the match with a long-range strike. Then, in a frantic injury-time finish, Montella scrambled home an equaliser with fundamental consequences on the title race. Unforgettable.
On a magical night for all Roma fans, a 4-0 win where Antonio Cassano served as one of the defining participants. Mancini put the ball in, Cassano met it with a pinpoint header, and a 4-0 win was finally confirmed. What a February night for those who were there.
A last-minute winner in Turin, with a Norwegian full-back proving the difference in the January ice and cold. David Pizarro delivered one of his customary passes, and John Arne Riise did the rest.
Reports suggest this shot is still going, it was hit with such force (113km/h, to be exact). The ball fell sweetly to Francesco Totti, who did the rest thanks to a sweet strike and even sweeter technique. What a goal - and it was a matchwinner too, as the Giallorossi beat Antonio Conte's side 1-0.
A cross from Strootman, a flick from Gervinho. That is all it took to send the Giallorossi through in an even Coppa Italia tie at the Stadio Olimpico. A fine start to 2014 for Rudi Garcia and his men.
Juventus were looking to clinch the title on the night, while Roma knew they had to keep winning in order to clinch automatic qualification for next season's Champions League. In the end it was the latter motivation that won out - thanks in no small part to Nainggolan, who lashed home the decisive third goal to wrap up a 3-1 home win.
An important goal that helped Roma grab a point at the Allianz Stadium in the early stages of the season. Whilst it was Tammy Abraham who scored, it was Paulo Dybala's spectacular assist in his first game back against the Bianconeri since departing in the summer that earned plaudits.
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