Simone Inzaghi “can’t ask for any more” from Lazio after they reached the Europa League quarter-finals. “We’ve gone beyond expectations.”
Lucas Leiva said Lazio “will set no limits and want to go all the way” after disposing of Dynamo Kiev to reach the Europa League quarter-finals.
Lazio swept through to the Europa League quarter-finals with a dominant performance and 2-0 victory away to Dynamo Kiev.
Lazio director of sport Igli Tare promises they will be “very aggressive” in the Europa League trip to Dynamo Kiev this evening.
Join us for the build-up and action from the Europa League, as Lazio visit Dynamo Kiev after a 2-2 draw and Milan must beat Arsenal.
Lazio have to fight back from a 2-2 home draw as they visit Dynamo Kiev, so rely on Felipe Anderson and Ciro Immobile.
Juventus have provided 140 players for the Italian national team over the past 120 years, statistics reveal, with Inter second on 104.
Lazio attacking midfielder Felipe Anderson insists there was “nothing concrete” from Manchester United last season.
The referees have been announced for Week 29 of Serie A, with Paolo Tagliavento assigned to Sampdoria-Inter.
Inter reportedly have a deal with Lazio’s Stefan de Vrij, and are only working on the final details before depositing his contract.
A group of 11 Lazio fans are seeking to take referee Piero Giacomelli to court after he sent off Ciro Immobile.
Marco Parolo wants Lazio to be “aggressive” against Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League. “I’d be happy with an ugly performance.”
Simone Inzaghi has injury concerns, but asked Lazio to be “courageous” as they visit Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League.
Dynamo Kiev vice-captain Mykola Morozyuk insists “we won’t just defend” against Lazio tomorrow.
Dynamo Kiev Coach Aljaksandr Chackevič sees “something in common” between himself and Lazio’s Simone Inzaghi.
Jonas Eriksson will referee Milan’s trip to Arsenal in the Europa League, with Jesús Gil Manzano for Dynamo Kiev-Lazio.
Lazio sporting director Igli Tare hits out at referees - “we no longer know where the line is between mistakes and bad faith…”
Italy’s anti-doping agency has announced there will be “further investigations” after speaking to Stefan de Vrij today.
Lazio’s Stefan de Vrij has arrived at Italy’s anti-doping offices in Rome to explain why he did not sign off a second urine sample.
Lazio’s spokesman claims there is ‘clear malice’ from referees towards the club after ‘double standards’ overshadowed their 2-2 draw with Cagliari.