TAMMY ABRAHAM and his Roma team-mates were involved in a furious row with supporters after they were thrashed at Bodo/Glimt.
Around 400 supporters braved the freezing conditions to make the trip to Norway from Italy for the Uefa Conference League clash.
Furious scenes followed the full-time whistle as Roma’s stars went over to seemingly apologise to their fans.
Footage has now emerged online that shows several fans making their feelings known with Abraham – who only came on as a sub – then throwing his arms up in the air in frustration during the row.
One fan then can be seen leaning over to get closer to the ex-Chelsea forward and then sarcastically started to clap in his direction.
The England international was joined by a number of Roma’s coaching staff before they allegedly pulled the 24-year-old back, according to The Express.
However, further photos showed Abraham actually shaking hands with supporters in the away end.
Incredibly, Thursday’s affair is the first time a team coached by the Special One has shipped in six goals in a single game.
A stat made even more staggering considering that was the 58-year-old’s 1008th match of his career.
His previous biggest loss was Real Madrid’s 5-0 mauling at the hands of rivals Barcelona in November 2010.
Meanwhile his Chelsea side in January 2015 were hit for five in the 5-3 loss against Tottenham at White Hart Lane.
But today’s result in Europe’s third-tier competition will undoubtedly be one of the most embarrassing moments of his career.
Roma, who had won both of their Conference League outings prior to their trip to Norway, now sit second to Bodo/Glimt in Group C.
The Giallorossi went 1-0 down in the eighth minute after Erik Botheim opened the scoring, before Patrick Berg doubled the hosts’ lead shortly after.
Carlos Perez pulled a goal back for the visitors in the 28th minute to give Roma hope of completing a comeback in the second half.
But their hopes were quickly dashed after Botheim banged in his second of the match shortly after the break, with Ola Solbakken firing home a fourth in the 71st minute.
It was 5-1 seven minutes later when Amahl Pellegrino got on the score sheet, before Solbakken grabbed his second moments later.
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