Ranieri furious as Roma throw away lead in Bologna draw
Marco Borriello and a Matteo Rubin own goal had put them in control, but Marco Di Vaio struck twice in the final 14 minutes.
“This is a moment in which nothing is going right for us, but we will get back on our feet,” insisted the Coach. “The lads will not talk to the media today, as they are mortified. We have got to be more careful in defence.
“We should’ve controlled the tempo better when we were 2-0 up and not been so hasty with the ball.
“We went close to a third goal when Guillermo Burdisso hit the upright, then it all went wrong.”