HIGHLIGHTS: Lazio vs Juventus 0-1 - Serie A - 03.03.20182017 il culo della sorella
Dani Alves and Leonardo Bonucci struck one apiece as treble-chasing Juventus secured a record third successive Italian Cup with a victory over Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday. Juventus, who won a league and Cup double the past two seasons, can clinch a record sixth consecutive Serie A title -- and a record third double -- with victory at home to Crotone on Sunday. Massimiliano Allegri's men also face Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Cardiff on June -- and on this showing the Spanish giants will have cause for concern. Days after seeing their title celebrations put on hold at the Stadio Olimpico following a defeat to Lazio's city rivals Roma, Juventus were back their formidable best. Lazio, whose last trophy came from their Cup triumph, had hoped to emulate Roma by sending Juventus back to Turin with their tails between their legs. But despite a battling display by Simone Inzaghi's men, Lazio spurned their few chances, and were outplayed by the slick, passing play inspired by Argentinian playmaker Paulo Dybala.
The Coppa Italia Final decided the winner of the 17 Coppa Italia, the 70th season of Italy's main football cup. It was played on at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome between Juventus and Lazio. Juventus won the match 20 with two first-half goals from Dani Alves and.
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Milan: Lazio were embroiled in controversy on Saturday after racist and anti-Semitic chanting which scarred a Coppa Italia tie was dismissed by the club as a "psychosis focusing on a minority or non-existent incidents". However, their hardcore ultra fans aimed a series of ugly barbs at the club's bitter city rivals Roma, with taunts of "Yellow, red and Jewish" and "This Roma that looks like Africa". They also targeted police who clashed with Lazio fans on Wednesday at Piazza della Liberta in the capital when celebrations to mark the club's th anniversary turned violent. Lazio spokesman Arturo Diaconale blasted reports of the chanting by a small section of the crowd as "a psychosis". I think it's a form of psychosis focusing on either a minority or non-existent incidents. On the pitch, Ciro Immobile scored a first-half double, after Luis Alberto's 12th-minute opener with Sergej Milinkovic-Savic claiming the fourth before the break. Umberto Eusepi pulled a goal back for Novara, a third-tier side based 50km west of Milan, from the penalty spot just after the break.
Team-mates charged 70 yards from the touchline to celebrate with him in the far corner. Simone Inzaghi went in the opposite direction, turning to the supporters nearest and raising his arms in triumph. It was a scintillating goal to settle a scrappy Coppa Italia final. Correa had menaced Atalanta throughout with his pace and direct running, but it took him until the 90th minute to convert that threat into something tangible. Chasing down a hoofed clearance from Felipe Caicedo, the Argentinian slipped the ball one side of Remo Freuler and took his body in the opposite direction, reuniting the two on the far side of the defender. Lazio had broken the deadlock eight minutes earlier, through Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. He, and they, have fallen short of that ambition.
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2017 Coppa Italia Final
Italian police are investigating claims made by Bologna boss Sinisa Mihajlovic after he accused a Rome police officer of calling him a "gypsy s Substitute Sergej Milinkovic-Savic scored with his first touch of the game to give Lazio a win against Atalanta in the Coppa Italia final. Milan police have given nationwide stadium bans to Lazio fans who unfurled a banner honouring Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. Lazio have been handed a suspended sentence of a one-match partial stadium ban after their fans racially abused AC Milan players on Wednesday. Atalanta reached the Coppa Italia final for the first time since when an Alejandro Gomez strike gave them a win over Fiorentina. Lazio have distanced themselves from racist chanting from certain sections of their fans, but did not condemn the deplorable scenes on Wednesday.
It had been 20 years since Juventus last won a Coppa Italia title, but that drought finally came to an end Wednesday as the Serie A champs defeated Lazio in a competitive final at Stadio Olimpico in Rome. Alessandro Matri's 97th-minute goal in extra time established Juventus as the most successful squad in Coppa Italia history, according to Squawka Football:. Juventus win the Coppa Italia for the first time since and their 10th in total, more than any other side. Juve now have an opportunity to make history by taking the treble with a win over FC Barcelona in the Champions League final, while Lazio were denied their second Coppa Italia championship in three years. The match started off in spectacular fashion as Lazio jumped out to an early lead by virtue of a goal from defender Stefan Radu in the fourth minute.