The team was strong: Lazio coach

FROSINONE, ITALY - FEBRUARY 04: Luis Alberto of SS lazio during the Serie A match between Frosinone Calcio and SS Lazio at Stadio Benito Stirpe on February 4, 2019 in Frosinone, Italy. (Photo by Marco Rosi/Getty Images)
FROSINONE, ITALY - FEBRUARY 04: Luis Alberto of SS lazio during the Serie A match between Frosinone Calcio and SS Lazio at Stadio Benito Stirpe on February 4, 2019 in Frosinone, Italy. (Photo by Marco Rosi/Getty Images)

The Biancocelesti defeated Frosinone 1-0 today, to earn three valuable points that have the team in the sixth position of the table.

A lonely goal by Felipe Caicedo was enough to give Lazio the three points against Frosinone in Italian Lega Serie A action.

Thanks to this victory, the Biancocelesti are just one point away from the top four of the standings, with 35 points.

They have won 10 games, drawn five and lost seven.

“It was predictable that in the second half we would feel the fatigue from Thursday, we were less effective but the team was strong to survive it,” manager Simone Inzaghi was quoted by Gianluca Di Marzio.

“We won an important match for the standings. Our schedule is difficult, we have another match on Thursday.”

“Immobile? He was a little sore. We used the substitutions and we were essentially playing the last 20 minutes with 10 men,” he explained.

“Luis Alberto? He felt something, we will evaluate him. Correa was not available, it appeared he had recovered but during the final training he had some problems.”

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“Parolo will be suspended, Milinkovic will play but it’s important that he picks up his energy by Thursday,” he added.

“The race for Champions League? All the teams have talent and are strong. Unlike us and Roma, Atalanta and Milan don’t have European football so their weeks are more calm in preparation for the domestic matches on Sunday.”

We will continue to watch the standings but with 16 matches remaining, we still have a lot of time left to prepare ourselves the best we can for every single match,” the coach concluded.