Which players are most likely to have a bad game in Rome?

It’s the perfect time to talk about how to manage a bad day in Rome.

Here, we discuss the players we think will be at the worst in the city.

The best player in Rome to have the worst game? 


Sergio Aguero, Real Madrid I feel a bit like I’m at the bottom of a lake of vomit, so if you don’t believe me, just look at the stats. 


David Luiz, Chelsea He’s going to get a few bad days out of us.

He’ll be missing the best players on the pitch. 


Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Manchester United I can’t believe how much he’s improved since his disastrous start to the season. 


David Silva, Manchester City I’m going to have to make a choice. 


Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Betis He’ll be the first to admit that he has the worst day in the capital. 


James Rodriguez, Barcelona We’ll get to the point later, but the worst thing you can do is take the easy way out and have a good day. 


Gareth Bale, Real Sociedad He may have had a bad start to life, but if he’s honest, his game hasn’t been terrible so far. 


Eden Hazard, Chelsea It’s just about the only thing that could possibly be worse. 

9. Sergio Agüero, Manchester Utd It’ll be interesting to see how his last few games go for him. 


Andrea Pirlo, Juventus I think the Juventus midfielder will have a difficult time in the coming weeks, but we’ll have to see. 


Luis Suarez, Liverpool If you’ve watched his last five games, you know he’s probably been suffering a little bit. 


James Rodríguez, Villarreal The Uruguayan will be missing a lot of people with injury, so it will be interesting for him to have his best game of the season come to an end. 


Fabio Borini, Roma I’d say he’s in for a tough game, but he’ll get a good night’s sleep. 


Luka Modric, Inter Milan A big week for the Croatian. 


Zinedine Zidane, Paris Saint-Germain The Frenchman is coming off a bad run, but hopefully he can bounce back for next season.


Marco Asensio, Fiorentina He’ll get off to a slow start, but will be in for an excellent start. 


Paulo Dybala, Atletico Madrid He’s a fantastic player, but there’s a reason why he’s been overlooked in the past. 


Cristian Rodriguez, Valencia He was great in the first half, but his form will suffer in the second half. 

19. Cristiane Coutinho, Lyon The Brazilian is a player who should be very good, but I think the fans will be disappointed. 


Lloris, Bayern Munich He can score, he can pass, he has good pace. 


Xabi Alonso, Athletic Bilbao It will be a tough day for the Spaniard, but it won’t be a good one. 


Paulo Henrique Ganso, Boca Juniors I’m not sure he can play. 


Marco Verratti, Manchester Atlético He may be the biggest player in the league, but when he’s on, he’s not the best. 


Dani Alves, PSG It won’t take long for Dani Alaves to be a huge disappointment. 


Xavi, Barcelona It looks like he’s had a couple of bad games, but you’d be hard pressed to find a worse one than this. 


Neymar, Barcelona