Simone Inzaghi and Lazio secured another victory as the Biancocelesti ensured they kept the pressure on Juventus at the top of Serie A. The away side were always in charge of the game, however credit to Davide Nicola and his Genoa side for continuing to fight until the final whistle.
Lazio face another challenge this weekend in Serie A in the form of Genoa at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris. The Biancocelesti have not been able to win over the I Rossoblù in three years away from the Rome.
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Lazio completed the comeback against Inter after Ashley Young opened the scoring for the visitors, Ciro Immobile scored his tenth goal from the spot before Sergej Milinkovic-Savic sent the Curva Nord into euphoria as the Biancocelesti leapfrogded the Nerazzurri into second place.
Lazio go into Sunday’s fixture against Inter at the Stadio Olimpico locked in a three-horse race for the Scudetto. Inter won 1-0 when the sides last met at the San Siro back in September, the last game which the Biancocelesti lost.
It hasn’t happened for a long time, but Lazio currently boast the best defence in Serie A. This is in relation to the number of goals conceded to date: just 20 goals conceded in 23 games along with Antonio Conte’s Inter.
The Biancocelesti are now unbeaten in 18 league games which cements Simone Inzaghi’s Lazio side into the clubs history as they set a new all-time club record with victory over Parma.
Lazio ‘s home draw against Hellas Verona midweek gave an insight into the shortcomings and limitations of Inzaghi’ s team.
Lazio go into Sunday’s fixture at the Stadio Ennio Tardini knowing if they avoid defeat they will re-write the clubs history by becoming the only side to achieve 18 games in Serie A without defeat.
Lazio haven’t lost any of their last 17 Serie A matches (13W, 4D) equalling their longest undefeated streak in the clubs history after the goalless draw with Hellas Verona.