Serie A: Lazio beat Monza 1-0. Krona
The adrenaline provided by the derby victory gives Lazio wings, who beat Premier Monza 1-0 at the Olympique and made the most of Atalanta’s surprise defeat to Lecce and Milan’s draw with Cremonese. The decisive goal, his first in Serie A, is the 17-year-old Romero, Argentine but born in Mexico, who becomes the hero of the evening. The Eagles beat the Palladino team, and the Rossoneri climbs to second place, with 30 points (the leader of Naples is 8 points) and separates from the Orobics, standing at 27.
Lazio returned to win at home (the success with Roma last Sunday came from the “guests”), after a draw with Udinese and a knockout with Salernitana. Before kick-off, the stadium recalls the move of Gabriel Sandri, the killing of a Biancoceleste fan on November 11, 2007. It wasn’t until 15 minutes after Santoro’s whistle that Monza advanced with a heel kick from Betagna, with a pass from Colbani. But the prowess of the former Atalanta and Napoli do not stand up to the control of the VAR and are canceled for offside. Lazio found Milinkovic after a much-contested elimination denied him a derby, but Lazio’s most intelligent player is Pedro, who is impenetrable on the left between dribbling and passing to his teammates. Just half an hour ago, Sarri had to deal with Lazzari’s injury, forcing him to leave Marusic out in the cold. In Brianza Colpani he tried several times to conclude the left towards Provedel, but the clearest chance in the first half was Lazio, when Felipe Anderson fell to the left and put a ball into the area sent by the rushing Vecino. After the break, Sarri played Romero instead of Cancellieri, entering Basic and Cataldi a few minutes later. Suddenly, the Olympico roared: Ciro Immobile got up from the bench and began to warm up. The team feels the heat of the heat and raises the laps: running mainly on the left and serving Pedro, his shot is blocked, but Romero quickly scores a burglary on the counterattack, achieving his first goal in a Biancocelesti shirt. Palladino consumes all his changes, but Lazio is always in control of the game, even touching the double goal when Felipe Anderson stole the ball from Calderola, but Cataldi’s low left shot is not strong enough. At 42′, the anxious crowd can finally welcome the return of Immobile, who takes over Pedro and takes the field again after the injury he suffered on October 16 with Udinese. Brianza’s impact with Caprari and Gytkjaer in the final does not affect the rear biancoceleste, which could delight in a triple whistle.
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