Roma sack Eusebio di Francesco after Porto and Lazio defeats

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Porto converted a penalty awarded after a VAR review three minutes from the end of extra time to beat Roma 3-1 and reach the Champions League quarter-finals.

Moussa Marega restored the lead on the night for Porto early in the second half to level the tie as he struck in his sixth successive appearance in Europe.

Francisco Soares nudged Porto ahead with a simple tap-in on 26 minutes, but Daniele De Rossi equalised from the spot before half-time after Eder Militao chopped down Diego Perotti.

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The Serie A outfit came into the encounter leading 2-1 and they almost fell behind inside the opening five minutes when Alex Telles volleyed over the crossbar, before the Porto attacker hit the side-netting 10 minutes later.

Yet they threatened twice inside the opening 10 minutes at the Estadio do Dragao as Jesus Corona hammered a volley narrowly over, with Telles lashing into the side-netting from a tough angle.

Neither side could find the goal that would separate the match as it ended 2-1 after 90 minutes, which meant we moved into extra time as the aggregate score sat at 3-3.

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After a scoreless opening 15 minutes, Edin Dzeko went close to pulling Roma level on the night but his goal-bound effort was cleared by Pepe in the 111th minute.

Three minutes later Alessandro Florenzi committed a silly foul inside the box which saw a VAR decision from the referee result in him pointing to the penalty spot.

The announcement comes the day after Roma's sporting director Monchi was involved in an altercation with fans and club president James Pallotta said his team had been "screwed again" after the loss to Porto.

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