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 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.
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 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.
A brace from Ciro Immobile and Felipe Caicedo inside the first 45 minutes ensured Lazio put the result beyond SPAL, the side from Ferrara showed their fighting spirit by drawing the second half in which Bobby Adekanye scored his debut Serie A goal for Lazio in a compelling 5-1 victory.
Lazio have drawn both Derbies in Serie A for the first time since 2002/03, when they were respectively playing under Fabio Capello. Despite this the biancocelesti were out played by their opponents in Sundays fixture and the point could be priceless come the end of this Serie A campaign.
Lazio become the fifth team in Serie A history to win more than 10 games in a row, the landslide victory over Sampdoria would see Ciro Immobile steal the show with a hat-trick and assist to his name.
A David Ospina mistake gifted Ciro Immobile and his Lazio side victory in a game which saw the Biancocelesti win their tenth Serie A game in a row for the first time in the clubs history. Simone Inzaghi has now set a club record which had previously been held by Sven-Göran Eriksson (9) in 1998/99.
Simone Inzaghi’s Lazio have won nine Serie A games in a row for the second time in their history (the first was back in 1998/99 under Sven-Göran Eriksson).
Simone Inzaghi’s Lazio secured their first victory against Juventus in Serie A since December 2003, the result has genuinely made the Biancocelesti a Scudetto challenger.