Inter Slip Up As Lazio Go Top

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Luis Alberto and Pedro Rodriguez’s 3-1 victory over Lazio on Friday propelled the Roma team to the top of Series A, handing Inter their first loss of the year.

Simon Inzaghi, manager of Inter, has yet to score in a venue that had previously witnessed success, despite having scored as a player for much more than ten years. 2021.

Disappointment For Inter

The former Italy striker, who was replaced by Maurizio Sarri on the Lazio bench last season, was forced to take a backseat to his replacement as they fell 3-1. After Inter’s Lautaro Martinez stopped Felipe Andersson’s opening goal in the 40th minute, Sarri substituted Luis Alberto and Pedro.

In the 75th minute, Luis Alberto gave Lazio the lead again with a powerful shot that beat Samir Handanovic in the goal, and Pedro sealed the victory four minutes later. Lazio claimed the top spot with two victories and three draws, one point ahead of Inter, who helped the squad win its first two games.

In another match on Friday, newly promoted Monza suffered their third loss of the year when they were defeated 2-1 by Udinese in their first victory at home. In the 30th minute, Andrea Colpani gave Silvio Berlusconi’s team the lead, but Udinese’s Beto equalized in just four minutes. After earning their first point of the year, Monza performed admirably until Spurs’ on-loan 19-year-old midfielder Destiny Udogi scored the game-winning goal in the 12th minute.

Rome is organized by Yuvens, who won both of his games on Saturday, while Bologna travels to Milan.  

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