Lazio President Claudio Lotito raged at Napoli's 4-3 victory. “We play fair and don't seek to win at all costs, unlike others.”
The Biancocelesti were leading 2-0 at the San Paolo before the late turnaround, which saw Cristian Brocchi's shot probably cross the line without being awarded, then Giuseppe Biava sent off for pushing Edinson Cavani in the penalty incident.
“I am very proud of my team, because we are accustomed to getting our results on the pitch and in deserved fashion,” blasted Lotito.
“There were incidents that penalised us. The penalty speaks for itself, while Brocchi's shot was clearly over the line.
“If things continue with this logic, then we can already predict now who will be in which position.
“We play fair and don't seek to win at all costs, unlike others. Fair play is not optional.”
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