Roma 4, Udinese 1 (Ricardo Guedes 87′) Udinese 2, Roma 0 (Paco Galati 68′) At the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Roma fans chanted ‘Kolo Toures, Kolo!’ to the referee after Kolo Guedez’s opener.
Udinese took control early through Guede, who finished well from close range.
It was the second consecutive goal in two matches for the former Barcelona man.
It is the first time in Serie A for Roma, who were without Diego Forlan in the opening 10 minutes.
Guedo’s opener came in the first half as Udinese, who had already lost two goals in the previous four games, looked to have a draw in the tie.
The second half saw the Bianconeri’s lead growing as Udini, who lost 4-2 to Juventus in the Europa League, took a 2-0 lead in the 52nd minute.
Guerezes equalised in the 63rd minute with a close-range finish from the edge of the box, but the visitors’ second goal came when Rui Costa, who scored in the 3-2 win over Udinese last week, headed in a free kick from the right wing.
It took only 15 minutes for the visitors to equalise when Luca Fiume hit the post from outside the area.
At the end of the first period, Udini had taken the lead when Costa put Udinese in front.
The Biancones went into the break leading 3-1, but after a quick substitution, they made it 4-0 in the 56th minute.
The goal was the first in three days for the Nerazzurri and their new striker, Marco Di Vaio, who started the match as a second-half substitute.
At 6-3, Udine are in third place in Serie B, with 15 points from 15 matches.
Udini lost 3-0 to Roma last Sunday.
Gudi Guerea scored twice in the match, both on the night.