Udinese turned on the style despite missing several key players and earned a shock 3-1 win away to Lazio.
It was a surprise result at the Stadio Olimpico, especially as it was the Friulani’s first Serie A victory here since 2014.
Tolgay Arslan made the most of a Roberto Pereyra pass that nutmegged Patric, taking a slight deflection off Francesco Acerbi.
Samir acrobatically hit the crossbar, before Ignacio Pussetto doubled Udinese’s lead on the stroke of half-time with Rodrigo De Paul the inspiration this time.
De Paul’s flicked pass was intercepted, but only as far as Fernando Forestieri for his first Serie A goal in 12 years.
Ciro Immobile earned and converted a penalty, but it was not enough for Lazio to make up for the dismal first half.