LIMASSOL, CYPRUS - NOVEMBER 28: SS Lazio head coach Simone Inzaghi attend the Photo Test SS Lazio press conference on November 28, 2018 in Limassol, Cyprus. (Photo by Marco Rosi/Getty Images)

Simone Inzaghi admits Lazio did not deserve to lose 2-1 to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League despite going ahead in the game.

Joaquin Correa put Lazio in the driving seat, but the Germans turned it around to become the first side ever to qualify from the Europa League group phase with a perfect record.

“The team did what it had to this evening and we didn’t deserve to lose. I am happy with the spirit and determination shown, so it was certainly not like the defeat to Apollon Limassol,” said the Coach in his Press conference via Football Italia.

“There was no blackout this time after their opening goal. It was a stunning strike from 30 metres out and the second was offside.

Inzaghi hails Lazio’s historic 3-0 derby win

Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi believes his side have entered the club's history books following their 3-0 derby win over AS Roma on Saturday.

“Our objective is to continue our journey. We know that because we finished second in the group, we’ll have a difficult draw for the Round of 32, but it’s a wonderful competition and all 32 teams will be fired up.

“It was a very tough group, we did well to secure our qualification after just four games. The last two matches were different, inevitably, but we didn’t deserve to lose this evening.”

With the likes of Napoli and Inter Milan dropping to the Europa League, bookmakers fancy the chances of an Italian team to win the competition.