Roma president James Pallotta has played down the importance of Tuesday's 7-1 defeat at home to Bayern Munich.
The Giallorossi travel to Genoa to face unbeaten Sampdoria on Saturday looking to put the midweek heavy loss firmly behind them.
That defeat was Roma's first in the Champions League this season and kept the Giallorossi in second place in Group E after three games played.
``Unfortunately just one of those days,'' Pallotta told club website www.asroma.it. ``Watching the Boston Celtics over my...