Striker Dzeko also waxed lyrical about his side's tactics and said he played with more freedom alongside Patrik Schick in attack, with Radja Nainggolan, who missed the first leg with injury, behind them.
Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta was struggling to accept his side's shock 3-0 defeat at AS Roma which knocked them out of the Champions League on away goals on Tuesday, while Sergio Busquets called the elimination the worst moment of his career.
Eleven years to the day of their joint-heaviest European defeat ever, Roma enjoyed one of their most memorable nights.
"We can't think like we've achieved a miracle", De Rossi said. Both games are slated for kickoff at 10։45pm Armenia time. David Pizarro is yet to hang up his boots, but only infrequently appears in Chile's Primera División. The two clubs have something in common - owners from Boston.
"Everyone is now affected by this but we need to bounce back because we have two competitions that we want to win".
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Hamilton, who started ninth after being given a five-place penalty for a gearbox change, said he was satisfied. Vettel stopped for the soft rubber on lap 19 with Raikkonen in a lap later for the same tyres.
Depor were eliminated by eventual winners Porto in the semi-finals, but this comeback stood as arguably the very best in Champions League history until Barca went one better. But this was never the expectation.
The home fans breathed a sigh of relief four minutes later as Messi scuffed a shot straight at Alisson from six yards out after weaving his way into the area, and Roma survived another late scare when Ousmane Dembele sent an audacious shot from 40 yards out narrowly over the bar when Alisson's clearance fell into his path in stoppage time.
Safe to say, there are definitely going to be several thousand sore heads in the Italian captial city on Wednesday morning - and who can possibly blame them? This was a consummate team performance, a prime example of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts overcoming a team of individuals. De Rossi was chief among them.
Sir Alex mingled with Roma's victorious players after the match and congratulated Rome's most famous son, Francesco Totti, on the result. "This win is one of the best I have ever experienced since joining Roma". "You don't get fans like that in too many places in the world".
"It's a possibility that this might be my last game in the Champions League but right now this is hard for all the team, all of us", Barcelona captain Andrea Iniesta said after setting a record with his 22nd match in the quarterfinals. For I Giallorossi, as with De Rossi, the third time was the charm.