AS Roma had an incredible performance against Empoli on Sunday 3rd October, and the team's captain, Lorenzo Pellegrini, was the star of the night, after netting in a goal and an assist. The club's manager, Jose Mourinho, on the other hand has now gone unbeaten in 42 consecutive home Serie A games, he achieved this record as a manager in the three points per win era (since 1994/95) in the Italian top-flight. Check out how the former Tottenham manager, may have turned the Italian into the best midfelder in Serie A;
Under Mourinho, Pellegrini has become the most underrated midfielder in Serie A, he has always been a hard worker but he is now a better goalscorer under the manager, who has equally won 9 out of 11 games since he took charge of the club this season. There’s always that one player Mourinho puts through a metamorphosis, who later turns out great and this time it's Pellegrini.
The 25 year-old is very strong, creates opportunities and equally scores. He already has 9 goals and assists under Mourinho (7 goals and 2 assists). By the time the former Manchester United manager is done with him, he will become one of the best midfielders in the world.
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