Stefano Mauri believes Lazio will do their absolute best in the final stages of the race for Champions League qualification this term.
With two games remaining, the Aquile sit two points behind Napoli and Udinese, who sit in joint third place, separated by the Partenopei’s superior head to head record.
Lazio face Atalanta this weekend before finishing the season at home to Inter aware that maximum points may not be enough to take back third, a position they had held for nine consecutive rounds until Week 35.
Whilst the team face up to possible disappointment, captain Mauri has promised that it won’t show in their performances.
“We go into this weekend off the back of some negative results and we are the first to be disappointed and we are sorry,” the No 6 told the club’s official website.
“Unfortunately now we have to chase, but we still have two games to show our attachment to this shirt and to try to
“We will do our all until the last second, I can guarantee that.”
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