The Italian striker hit hard on Matchday 2 to allow the Roman club to take control of the championship.

The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, top scorer in Italy last season, gave Ciro Immobile wings. The Italian striker struck three times to launch Lazio to a large success over La Spezia (6-1) on Saturday at the Stadio Olimpico. With two wins in two matches, Maurizio Sarri made a successful landing on the bench at Lazio even if, as in the first day in Empoli (3-1), his team needed ‘concede a quick goal to enter his match. After the opener of La Spezia de Thiago Motta, by ambush Daniel Verde (0-1, 4th), Ciro Immobile immediately put Lazio back in the saddle by equalizing closely (1- 1, 5th) then doubling the bet at the entrance to the box (2-1, 15th). Just before the break, he missed the hat-trick for the first time when his penalty was deflected by Ligurian goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet (45 1st). But Thiago Motta barely had time to breathe that Immobile caught up with a header from the corner (3-1, 45 2nd).

La Spezia still accused the blow after returning from the locker room and Felipe Anderson took the opportunity to score a fourth goal (4-1, 47th). At the end and ten after the exclusion of Kelvin Amian for a fault in the position of last defender (54th), La Spezia again cracked twice: on a full axis breakthrough of the rookie Elseid Hysaj (5-1, 70th) then a delicious strike from Luis Alberto (6-1, 85th). In the other game of the afternoon, Atalanta confirmed their sluggish start by conceding a draw at home against a solid team from Bologna (0-0). A goalless draw to which the Bergamasques tifosi are not really used, as Gian Piero Gasperini’s team is usually a real “goal machine”. Victorious with a thousand difficulties at the opening against Torino (2-1), Atalanta was again upset before pushing further, but in vain, in the last half hour. The entry into play for the final of Roberto Piccoli, 20, the joker who had saved the “Dea” against the Garnets, was not enough this time.

There are currently no comments on this article.

Be the first to give your opinion!

Ref: https://www.lefigaro.fr