After Roma grabbed the three points at the San Paolo, Florenzi spoke to reporters about the game.
When speaking to Premium Sport about the incident with Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri, he said:
“I apologised to Sarri on the pitch. We said some things but we didn’t understand each other.”
Florenzi described the performance as the “real Roma” when asked if his side were now the Anti-Juve:
“We have shown what the real Roma is. We need to always be like this and not just when we play against Napoli.”
The Italian international also spoke about the Stadio Olimpico and the current situation with the fans:
“We must find a solution together so that the stadium can be full again. You were there before me (talking to Panucci), we know about the atmosphere and we have to keep playing well and keep our feet on the ground.”
In an Interview with Roma TV, Florenzi spoke about the successful outing:
“In a hard stadium without fans and with so many adversities, we were able to have a great match. Three fundamental points. It all went the way it was meant to, especially tactically. We planned the match like this and we did it well.”
Florenzi was asked about who would take free kicks if both him and Francesco Totti were playing together:
“It depends where the free kick is from. If the ball is central I won’t even go there. If it’s on the side then maybe. When he shoots we all know what happens.”
The right-back also had his say on whether this first away victory for Roma would be the real start to their season;
“I don’t think so, we need to think about things one game at a time. Roma is peculiar, today we’re title contenders, tomorrow we’re only good enough for fifth place. When we play well we have an enthusiasm that no one else in Europe has.”
Roma’s 1-3 away win to Napoli puts them in second place in Serie A with 16 points.