The best player of the match was Luis Alberto. The Lazio midfielder scored 1 goal and searched for the opposite goal 2 times.
Ivan Provedel also stood out at the Stadio Olimpico stadium. The Lazio goalkeeper excelled by saving 2 shots.
The match was cut short due to the number of fouls committed by both teams. There were several admonished: Mehdi Léris, Manolo Gabbiadini, Matías Vecino and Nicolò Casale.
Lazio manager Maurizio Sarri proposed a 4-3-3 formation with Ivan Provedel in goal; Manuel Lazzari, Nicolò Casale, Patric and Adam Marusic on the defensive line; Sergej Milinkovic Savic, Danilo Cataldi and Luis Alberto in the middle; and Felipe Anderson, Ciro Immobile and Pedro Rodríguez in attack.
For its part, Deja Stankovic’s team took to the field with a 3-5-2 scheme with Emil Audero under the three sticks; Alessandro Zanoli, Bram Nuytinck and Bruno Amione in defense; Mehdi Léris, Harry Winks, Tomás Rincón, Michaël Cuisance and Tommaso Augello in midfield; and Manolo Gabbiadini and Sam Lammers up front.
Referee Andrea Colombo was in charge of supervising the game at the Stadio Olimpico stadium.
On the following date Lazio will face Napoli as a visitor, while Sampdoria will play at home against Salernitana.
With this result, the host of the game reaches 45 points and is in fourth place. For its part, the visiting team remains at 11 units and is in nineteenth place in the tournament.
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