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Lazio tactics Serie A Italy Simone Inzaghi

The battle between Juventus and Inter is catching most of the attention, but this historical Serie A season is getting shaped by a surprise architect. With 26 games played – and the Serie A now suspended at least until April 3rd – Lazio sit on 62 points, only one behind league leaders Juventus. Prior to […]

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Tactical analysis Lazio Roma Internazionale 2-1 Serie A

Inter’s first-half lead was overturned by a second-half comeback that saw Lazio once again showcase their mental improvements. Despite falling behind they did not lose their composure and until the final whistle, they remained compact and stern in defense, exposing Inter’s offensive woes for the umpteenth time.  Tactical analysis and match report by Kareem Bianchi. […]

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Tactical analysis SS Lazio Roma Juventus 3-1- Serie A

When building attacks, both sides found one another frustrating in equal measure. In the end, Juve were the side with more questions than answers as Lazio’s one-trick plan reaped the rewards to seal a huge victory. Tactical analysis and match report by Peter M. If you overlook Lazio’s Europa League results, you will see a […]

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Tactical analysis SS Lazio Atalanta Bergamo 3-3- Serie A

Staying in line with their recent encounters, Lazio and Atalanta did not disappoint in yet another rollercoaster ride that neutral spectators will have certainly enjoyed. In a game of two halves, Atalanta dominated the first half with an effective pressing and buildup play, while Lazio made great use of Atalanta’s fading intensity to come out […]

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Lazio Rennes tactical analysis

Scrappy and competitive, this game decided to open up after half-time. A top performance from Clément Grenier was unable to help Rennes to three points, after a quality goal scored by Ciro Immobile made the difference. Tactical analysis and match report by Tom Quartly.  A sparsely populated Stadio Olimpico was the location of Thursday night’s […]

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Amidst the heated midfield duels, a tactical battle of the highest order was on display in the Italian cup final. From Gian Piero Gasperini’s failed, altered attacking setup to Joaquín Correa’s problematic false nine movements, this encounter had a lot of interesting tactical quirks. The tide never stopped turning, right until the very end. Tactical […]

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