The Stadio Olimpico witnessed a remarkable comeback as AS Roma snatched a dramatic 2-1 victory against Lecce in a thrilling Serie A encounter. The Giallorossi, trailing by a goal until the final moments of the game, displayed remarkable resilience to secure three crucial points. Roma started the game brightly, dominating possession and creating several chances. However, their efforts were met with resolute defending from Lecce, who looked to frustrate their opponents. The deadlock was broken in the 71st minute when Lecce took the lead against the run of play. The goal seemed to have deflated Roma's spirits, but the Giallorossi refused to give up. They threw everything they had at Lecce in the closing stages, desperately searching for an equalizer. Their persistence paid off in the most dramatic fashion. In the 91st minute, Iranian striker Sardar Azmoun rose highest to head home a corner, sending the home crowd into a frenzy. The game was not over yet. Deep into stoppage time, Roma were awarded a penalty after a handball in the box. Tammy Abraham stepped up to take the spot-kick, but his effort was saved by Lecce goalkeeper Wladimiro Falcone. However, the ball rebounded back to Abraham, who showed great composure to slot home the equalizer, sending the Olimpico into a state of euphoria. Roma had completed an incredible comeback, securing a vital victory in the process. The match was a testament to Roma's fighting spirit and never-say-die attitude. Despite facing a setback, they remained determined to get something out of the game. Their persistence was rewarded with two late goals that salvaged their night and kept their hopes alive in the Serie A title race.

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