Jose Mourinho's Roma lost 6-1 to Bodo/Glimt - a team even Google didn't recognize!

By Amreen
Jose Mourinho's Roma were thrashed 6-1 by Norwegian minnows Bodo/Glimt
Jose Mourinho's Roma were thrashed 6-1 by Norwegian minnows Bodo/Glimt / Marco Canoniero/GettyImages

Jose Mourinho's Roma were thumped 6-1 by Bodo/Glimt - a team even Google didn't recognise - in the UEFA Conference League on Thursday night.

The relatively unheard of Norwegian minnows ran riot against a Roma side that had several key players rested for the clash. Bodo/Glimt went up 2-0 in the first half and a four-goal blitz in the second half led to one of the most memorable night's in the club's history.

Fans took to social media to point out that Google didn't even have the club's crest available in the search results and on the post-match page.

Speaking after the game, Mourinho admitted that the loss was his fault but insisted he expected a better response from his team.

Mourinho told Sky Sport Italy (via Football Italia): “I decided to play with this line-up, so the responsibility is mine. I did it with good intentions, to give an opportunity to those who work hard and to rotate the squad on a synthetic pitch in cold weather. I decided to rest many players.

“We lost against a team that showed more quality on the night. It’s that simple. If I could always play with the same XI, then I would. It’s risky, because we have a huge gap in quality between the two groups of players.

“I knew the limits of this squad, it is not new to me, but I still expected a better response. As I said, it’s my choice to play them, so my responsibility. “I never disguised the fact we were a squad with real limitations. We have 13 players who represent one team, the others are on a different level.

“At least the positive thing from now on is that nobody will ask me why I always use the same players.”

Roma are currently second in the Group C, one point behind Bodo/Glimt after three matches, and will host Bodo/Glimt for their next clash at the Stadio Olimpico on 4th November.