Roma coach Luis Enrique has played down the disappointment of his team’s 2-1 defeat to Serie A rivals AC Milan on Saturday, insisting they could not have played much better. The Giallorossi took the lead through Pablo Osvaldo in the first half, but were eventually downed by a virtuoso performance from Zlatan Ibrahimovic after the break. Their coach, however, was pleased on the whole with their showing against the league champions. “There are no particular problems to report, I have nothing to scrutinise about the team,” said Luis Enrique. “It was a good game. In the second half, Ibrahimovic was decisive, but we played to the maximum of our capabilities. “I think our two central defenders played very well as Ibrahimovic is very difficult to mark. I’m not 100 per cent happy about our first half display because we could have done better in terms of keeping possession. “After the break, however, we played better. Our goal came when we were on top. We were close to getting a positive result, but these games are decided by small details, so we still have to improve from this point of view. “We must also not forget that we played the league champions and league leaders,” he concluded. Roma stay in sixth place and four points behind a Champions League place, but face falling further behind when their rivals take to the field on Sunday.