The goalkeeper of "Buda-Glimta", Russian Nikita Khaykin told about the act of Eldor Shomurodov after the loss of the Italian club in the third round of the Conference.
In the competition, the Roman wolves lost to the Norwegians with a score of 6:1.
"I want to say thank you to Eldor Shomurodov, who behaved very competently and respectfully after the game. The guys wanted to ask many Roma players to swap T-shirts. But we understood that after such a defeat it would be difficult to do it. So I talked to Eldor and here he took out a couple of T-shirts to the guys," said Haikin.
Recall: in August, Shomurodov signed a contract with Roma for five years. The Uzbek now plays for Wolves at number 14.
Before that, the 26-year-old athlete was in the team of FC Genoa, where he moved from Rostov in 2020.
The cost of the transfer of the football player was 7.5 million euros. In the 2020/2021 season, the Uzbek striker played 31 matches in the Italian Serie A, scored eight goals and gave one assist.