While Juventus were off securing their second consecutive Serie A title, Miroslav Klose showed that he can still score at the highest of levels, needing only 60 minutes to lead Lazio to a 6-0 win over Bologna while scoring five goals before being substituted to a standing ovation. More
A huge match for both teams, as Napoli are well in sight of the top spot in the Serie A, needing a win and a Juventus loss, while Lazio, six points behind Napoli at third need the win to remain in the top three and make their Champions League hopes much harder to achieve. More
Two winning goals don’t immediately grant you a new contract, even if you’re Frank Lampard. Chelsea seem to be persistent in their position about not offering new contract to a player who has been an integral part of every great achievement they’ve had for the last 12 years, which might push him to the hands of a different club, with Lazio or Inter hoping to lure him to Italy. More
Football sportsmanship isn’t only about kicking the ball out when an opponent is down. It’s also about the more important thing – Not cheating. Miroslav Klose of Lazio proved that playing fair isn’t something all footballers forgot to do, asking the referee to disallow his goal in the 3-0 loss to Napoli. More
Alessandro Del Piero scored a free kick goal on his 700th appearance for Juventus, a winning goal in their dramatic 2-1 victory over Lazio, giving them a one point lead of Milan in the Serie A title race in what will probably be his last season with the Bianconeri. More
Xherdan Shaqiri might just be Bayern Munich’s next big star, but he’s still scoring big goals for FC Basel en route to another league title in Switzerland. Stefano Mauri won’t be winning any league titles this season, but his goal for Lazio in their 3-1 win over Napoli was equally impressive. More
Despite the championship ramifications of Inter dropping points at home to Palermo and Juventus losing in Genoa to almost completely lose any hope of catching up with Inter, the biggest game in Italy this weekend was played in Rome.
In the 120th version of the Rome derby Lazio dealt a serious blow to AS Roma’s fading Champions League hope with a 4-2 victory in the Stadio Olimpico. Lazio still have UEFA cups aspirations of their own and even though it’s a long shot, a win in the most important game of the year for them could give them the lift they need for the rest of the season. More