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.
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 the mid-week fixture against Verona having not lost any of their last 16 games in Serie A (13W, 3D). If the biancocelesti can avoid defeat they will equal a club record set by Sven-Göran Eriksson’s side (17) back in April 1999.
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 take on SPAL at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday, the biancocelesti will be looking to make amends for their surprise 2-1 defeat at Paolo Mazza in the first leg of this fixture back in September. SPAL have proven to be a bogey team for Lazio recently with the home side only having won just two of the five Serie A matches played against SPAL in the 2000s (1D, 2L).
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).
Lazio equal their record under Simone Inzaghi of six consecutive wins, the Biancoceleste brushed aside a struggling Udinese 3-0.