Indianapolis Colts Vs Lazio – After a dark period, two great tops of the Italian game are back. They face off Saturday for the right to stay there.
Indianapolis Colts Vs Lazio
SS Lazio’s Miroslav Klose (C) fights for the ball with Parma FC players during the Serie A match between SS Lazio and Parma FC at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Paolo Bruno/Getty Images) Getty Images
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Ending the twentieth century with a second Scudetto, Lazio had a difficult opening decade to the twenty-first. Juventus, who were absolutely dominant at the start of the decade, have a well-documented track record since then. However, these two teams sit in first and second place in Serie A right now, and while it is still too early to launch or promote their title chances, it seems likely that these two clubs will return to the top big time . Meeting at the table: The top table is more difficult because of their long absence.
The Romans were slightly lucky to stay ahead of Juve (both teams have 22 points, Juventus’ superior goal difference means they are in the lead) after somewhat expecting an important draw with Napoli at the San Paolo , where goalkeeper Federico Marchetti excelled. Lazio’s defensive display in Naples, partially justified by Napoli’s excellent counter-attacking potential (as demonstrated against Manchester City this week), was further diminished by the absence of leading scorer Miroslav Klose as in injury. The German, along with Djibril Cisse (who, with one goal in the league, has been slightly less successful since his transfer in the summer), has faced a fitness test recently. The pass was welcome as Lazio were truly unstoppable without playmaker Stefano Mauri.
Table leaders Juventus, who comfortably dispatched Palermo last week with goals from Simone Pepe, Alessandro Matri and Claudio Marchisio, go into this match with creative concerns of their own. The currently present Andrea Pirlo faces his own fitness test.
With Milan settled and a point off the early pace of the always solid Udinese, neither team wanted to go down. A “typical Italian” game will likely follow, with both teams trying to keep it up.
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Filip Djordjevic and Senad Lulić scored to give Lazio their third straight win, but their real hero was Antonio Candreva, who set up both goals in a 2-0 win. Fiorentina gave the first half to the visitors, who took the opportunity and pushed forward. Although Alti looked better in the second half, it was not enough to double Lazio’s lead late in the game.
Fiorentina may have impressed with a 3-0 win over Inter Milan last week, but with the win or the international break seemingly ruined, the hosts failed to threaten. Lazio saw more of the ball, but it took time to create much.
After a rather dull first half hour, Fiorentina finally got into the game — and that’s when Lazio took the lead against the run of play. From the counter, Candreva got down the right and sent in a low cross. Djordjevic was faster than Stefan Savic and put the ball behind the Fiorentina goalkeeper.
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As the first half drew to a close, Djordjevic almost returned the favor by serving to Candreva. However, this time Neto made a great save to keep his team in the game.
Fiorentina looked a different team in the second half, helped by the introduction of Borja Valero. His presence seemed to bring his side to life and soon David Pizarro was on the ball for a free-kick. Alberto Aquilani latched on to the ball, headed it over the wall, but his spectacular bicycle kick went over the bar. But the hosts continued to press, creating chance after chance and failing to find the target.
As the game progressed, Alti found it harder to break down Lazio’s Catenaccio and made them more nervous. A daring eight minutes of added time looked set to save them, but instead, after a free-kick near the Lazio box, Juan Cuadrado lost the ball. Lazio took advantage and went three-on-one with Candreva running down the left. He hit Lulic just a few meters in front of the goal. Despite the offside call, the goal was scored.
Fiorentina: net; Alonso, Savic, Rodriguez, Tomovic; Aquilan (Bernardeschi 77′), Pizarro, Kurtic (Borja Valero 46′); Matty Fernandez; Babacar (Ilicic 68′), Cuadrado
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Lazio: Market; Kavanda, de Vries, Cian (Novaretti 67′), Radu; Parolo, Biglia, Mauri (Onazi 58′); Candreva, Djordjevic (Klose 89′), Lulic
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The Indianapolis Colts were popular offseason picks to win the AFC South this season, but after two games into the campaign they sit in third place in the division.
The Colts’ road woes against the Jacksonville Jaguars continued in Week 2 as they fell 24-0. Colts quarterback Matt Ryan had a memorable game, throwing three interceptions and posting a 34.0 passer rating. From a 20 percent third-down conversion percentage to posting three touchdowns for the Trevor Lawrence-led Jaguars offense, Indianapolis just didn’t do much in the division game.
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The Colts now hold an 0-1-1 record on the season, and overall, Ryan sees the team not playing up to expectations.
“We’ve got to set a certain standard for ourselves that we’ve got to show up every week and be ready to go, and we haven’t done that in the first two weeks,” Ryan said in the postgame presser. meeting
Starting a winless season is far from new for the Colts. Last season, Indianapolis dropped the first three contests and still managed to finish with a 9-8 record.
Next up for the Colts is a home game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3. Juventus captured their first Coppa Italia title in 20 years and may have won the treble in the process.
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Juventus completed the double by winning their fourth straight Serie A title with an impressive win in the Coppa Italia. Lazio put up a huge fight, scoring first to force extra time, but eventually ran out of time and options, falling to the Italian giants and losing 2-1 as the Bianconeri climbed to the winner’s podium.
It started brightly, with Lazio scoring all the goals. Juventus still looked out of sorts in the opening minutes, and Lazio caught them asleep from a free kick, defender Stefan Radu leaving the Juve defenders spinning to latch on to Danilo Cataldi’s serve and head home. The goal was actually Lazio’s first of the entire season against Juventus, who lost twice on aggregate 5-0 in two league games.
This woke Juventus up and they quickly came back, tearing through Lazio’s defense and forcing them into a desperate position. That put Juventus in a dangerous area with a free kick and of course who else but Giorgio Chiellini was on the end of it. Juve’s vice-captain is a raging bull when he’s allowed to set up an attack, and it’s no surprise if he’s the man who receives the ball and slams it home.
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Things got tense after that, with both sides looking for a second goal, but things settled down to a slower pace at the half-hour mark. The match continued that way for the rest of the first half and well into the second, before the ticking clock in regulation forced both sides to come forward more aggressively again.
Juventus’ best chance came just minutes into the second half when substitute Roberto Pereira broke into the box and fired the ball into the six-yard box, but no one was waiting. Juventus managed to keep possession and on the restart, Andrea Pirlo lifted the ball for Alessandro Matri, who was free behind the defense to tap home – but was flagged for offside. The call was too close; Live, he looked a bit off, but on replay Matri looked to be with Lazio’s deepest defender, Stefan de Vrij.
That sent the match into extra time, although Carlos Tevez came close to finding the winner in stoppage time when he hit the post with a shot from the edge of the box. Despite the controversy over the offside decision, the match went ahead