Stefano Pioli criticised Bologna's lack of courage after going 2-0 down. “Games do not finish at the 50th minute.”
The Rossoblu were beaten at home by Lazio this evening and there was precious little attempt at a comeback once Senad Lulic had doubled the advantage.
“Games do not end at the 50th minute. It's true Lazio didn't do much other than the two goals, but we could and should have been in the match for longer,” said the Coach.
“After the second goal they started to pass the ball around neatly and have great quality. We made some mistakes, but still had the chance to get back into the running.”
Bologna had won their opener under new boss Pioli, but are back to square one with only four goals scored all season.
“Marco Di Vaio works with great positivity, but it's only normal for a drought to start affecting a striker like him. I don't think this is the right moment to discuss his position on the pitch.
“We try to get the best out of Gaston Ramirez, but cannot depend on just one source of creativity. Now we've got to focus on Wednesday, as a very important game awaits us against Chievo.”
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