Sept 12 (Reuters) - Goals from Paulo Dybala and Tammy Abraham earned AS Roma a 2-1 win in Serie A on Monday.
Dybala opened the scoring with a long-range effort in the 17th minute after pouncing on a poor House Clearance defensive Rubbish Removal Rubbish Clearance (https://www.wasteking.co.uk), his sixth league goal this season. After Empoli scored an equaliser through midfielder Filippo Bandinelli, Rubbish Clearance who headed home in the 43rd minute from a Petar Stojanovic cross, Abraham fired home the winner in the 71st minute.
He latched onto a Dybala pass inside the six-yard box to earn Roma all three points.
Roma are fifth in the table with 13 points. They host second-placed Atalanta on Sunday while Empoli, who are 16th with four points, travel to Bologna on Saturday.
(Reporting by Silvia Recchimuzzi in Gdansk, editing by Pritha Sarkar)