Totti: We had the better chances

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Roma hero Francesco Totti feels the Italian side had the better of their 1-1 draw with Manchester City but is proud of taking home a point.

Francesco Totti was the hero once again for Roma after his well-taken equaliser gave the Serie A side a 1-1 draw with Manchester City.

It was the evergreen talisman's first goal in England in a club fixture and it allowed the Giallorossi to take home a deserved point.

Rudi Garcia's Roma side haven't lost yet this season and are replicating their dominant start to last season in Serie A, although they must face reigning champions Juventus next.

"It was a tight draw but we created a lot and we had the best chances to take away the three points," Totti said after the final whistle on Mediaset Premium.

"We did well to respond to going behind early on and I want to praise my teammates for that.

"It's not easy to get a result here against one of the best teams in Europe but we managed it. It's just a shame that we didn't win.

"Our objective is to get through the group. We know it won't be easy but we can take on anyone."

Totti became the oldest player to score in a Champions League match, beating Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs' record.

"I'm very happy to have scored," Totti continued.

"My personal achievement makes me proud but it's also the team's doing. Of course I'm not happy to get old," he laughed.

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