Lazio 3 – 2 Crotone: A five goal thriller

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Lazio and Crotone honored us with a good match in Rome at the start of the 27th round of Serie A, scoring five goals.

Lazio won 3: 2 thanks to goals from Milinkovi-Savi (14′), Alberto (39′), and Caicedo (85′), while Simy (29′, 50′) scored for Crotone.

In Rome, Milinkovi-Savi began in the 14th minute. Radu delivered a superb cross from the left flank into the box, where the Serbian midfielder slotted the ball into the Crotone goal.

Crotone finally replied in the 29th minute. Simy received the ball 20 meters from the goal and sent a ground shot to the bottom right corner between the three men, and Reina did not stretch enough to protect the shot, resulting in a 1: 1 tie.

Lazio has regained the lead after only ten minutes. Immobile made the right decision by leaving the ball on the edge of the penalty area for Luis Alberto, who scored a 2-1 victory in Rome by hitting Cordaz’s left corner.

Fares knocked down Messias in the penalty area a few minutes after the second half began, and referee Rapuano pointed to the white dot. Simy took over the strictest penalty execution and scored his second goal of the game from the penalty spot for a 2: 2 score.

When Luis Alberto scored from the middle on Milinkovi-head Savi’s in the 75th minute, the midfielder sent the ball right next to the left goalpost from seven meters away, Lazio had a good chance to take the lead.

With a 100 percent chance, Crotone was able to turn things around three minutes later. In the counterattack, Rispoli received a precise diagonal pass, and I broke out in front of Reina, and Crotone’s goal was stopped by Lazio’s goalkeeper.

In the 85th minute, Lazio’s efforts to reclaim the lead paid off. Caicedo received a pass in the penalty area and set up the ball on the volley for a 3: 2 goal.

Lazio thus ended a run of three defeats and, with these three points, re-entered the race for European spots. Crotone, on the other hand, is at the bottom of the league table, with no chance of staying in the top tier of Italian football.

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