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    Immobile’s goal takes Lazio to Coppa Italia quarter-finals

    Ciro Immobile Lazio

    Football   |   January 19, 2022


    Lazio’s top scorer, Ciro Immobile, has guided the team into the last eight of the Coppa Italia, courtesy of his extra-time strike against Udinese.

    Thus, Maurizio Sarri’s team will face Milan in the Coppa Italia quarter-final.

    After playing 4-4 during their last meeting in Serie A, many were expecting a flurry of goals but were disappointed not to witness one during regulation time.

    In the match in which both sides made some changes, Udinese threatened first through a free-kick, which grazed the boot of Isaac Success in front of goal.

    Lazio was also closer to opening the scoring chat when they went even closer from a set play with Vedat Muriqi’s header parried.

    The Kosovo striker’s effort on goal was stopped by Rodrigo Becao through a desperate block, preventing the striker from tapping in the Felipe Anderson cross, and another header was smothered.

    After Success accidentally fell on him, Mattia Zaccagni went off at half-time. This is expected to cause the apple train.

    Rena shoes he has also stopped Success’s effort on goal after shrugging off Adam Marusic.

    Seeing that Udinese were starting to grow into the game, Lazio called on top scorer Ciro Immobile off the bench for the final 20 minutes.

    Beto also tried his luck only to see if he could score, but Reina used his legs to deny the ball, while Raul Moro bent a finish wide for the hosts.

    Also, Ignacio Pussetto accidentally collided heavily with Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri on the touchline and wiped him out, but the pair hugged afterward and smiled.

    In the first extra time, Immobile, he ran onto a Danilo Cataldi floated ball over the top for a perfect lob and goal.

    They will now prepare for AC Milan in the next month.

    Meanwhile, Juventus also beat Sampdoria 4-1 in their own Coppa Italia game. Juan Cuadrado, Daniel Rugani, Paulo Dybala, and Alvaro Morata all scored for Juventus.


    Written by: Oladipupo Mojeed

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