Lazio beat Feyenoord 4-2 (3-0) in a match of the 1st matchday of Group F of the Europa League played on the ground of the Olympic stadium in Rome.
Lazio made their debut as best they could in the Europa League, scrambling Feyernoord, one of the two finalists of the last Conference and took to the field at the Olimpico with the aim of inaugurating the tournament in the best possible way. Instead, the Dutch were overwhelmed by an overflowing Lazio which, in a single time (the first), closed the accounts with the opponents. The final 4-2 is the eloquent mirror of an almost one-way match, which saw the formation of Maurizio Sarri the absolute protagonist in every area of the pitch for at least 60 ‘. Only in the second half did the Dutch awaken from the initial torpor, getting closer to the hosts and touching the 4-3 – which would have reopened the match – on several occasions. On the day of his death, the Olimpico also pays homage to Queen Elizabeth II with 1 ‘of silence. Only 4 minutes pass and Lazio are in the lead with Luis Alberto, who collects a nice verticalization of the Uruguayan Vecino, then puts the goalkeeper Justin Bijlow out. To review the defensive disposition of the Dutch. Feyenoord feels the blow and moves forward, without however creating problems for Lazio. Which, indeed, in the quarter of an hour starts again at high speed: Immobile finalizes for Felipe Anderson who bypasses the direct opponent and puts the goalkeeper, making him pass the ball under the body. The biancocelesti fans enjoy a concrete, essential and at times even spectacular Lazio in the spaces. The reaction of the Rotterdam team is expected, which, on the other hand, seems to have no ideas. The third goal seems to materialize in the 24th minute again with Felipe Anderson, but this time the winger shoots at the goalkeeper. Lazio play smoothly and Feyenoord are in clear difficulty. The biancocelesti arrive at the goal when they want and, on 28 ‘, with Vecino, they drop the trio at the peak of an action that develops on the left axis. The second half opens with Feyenoord forward: Arne Slot’s team relies on newcomer Jahanbakhsh and seems more convinced. Lazio let their opponents vent and, after having touched the poker with Immobile, drops it with Vecino, who strikes the Dutch goalkeeper. The final is all about the Dutch who score from a penalty in the 24th minute with Giménez, then the Mexican himself scores the brace. Referee De Burgos, on the threshold of recovery, denies the Var the penalty of a possible 3-4, which would have perhaps greatly rewarded the ‘tulips’ of Rotterdam. (HANDLE).
Lazio-Feyenoord 4-2 (3-0)
Lazio (4-3-3): Provedel; Hysaj, Gila, Romagnoli (28 ‘st Patric), Marusic (31’ st Radu); Vecino (24 ‘st Milinkovic), Cataldi, Luis Alberto (24’ st Basic); Felipe Anderson, Immobile (25 ‘st Cancellieri), Zaccagni. (1 Maximiano, 61 Magro, 15 Casale, 29 Lazzari, 6 Marcos Antonio, 50 Bertini, 18 Romero) All: Sarri.
Feyenoord (4-3-3): Bijlow; Pedersen, Trauner, Hancko, Hartman; Timber (41 ‘st Paixao), Kökçü, Szymanski (1’ st Jahanbakhsh); Walemark (25 ‘st Idrissi), Danilo (19’ st Gimenez), Dilrosun (19 ‘st Wieffer). (21 Marciano, 22 Wellenreuther, 5 Bjorkan, 6 Rasmussen, 24 Benita, 15 Lopez, 25 Taabouni). All: Slot Referee: de Burgos (Spa) Goals: in the pt at 4 ‘Luis Alberto, at 15’ Felipe Anderson, at 28 ‘Vecino; in the st at 18 ‘Vecino, at 24’ rig. and at 43 ‘Gimenez Corner kicks: 7-2 for Lazio Recovery: 2’ and 3 ‘Notes: Felipe Anderson and Idrissi warned for foul play Spectators: about 21 thousand.
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Europa League: Lazio-Feyenoord 4-2 – Football
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