Felipe Caicedo Set This Record Throughout His Career At Lazio

September 05, 2021

Genoa striker, Felipe Caicedo recorded an extraordinary record during his four-year career at Lazio. The Ecuadorian player became the second-highest goalscorer off the bench in the history of the Italian capital club.

Statistics released by LazioPage via Twitter reveal that the 32-year-old striker from Ecuador, Felipe Caicedo, who completed his move to Genoa earlier this week, signed a three-year contract with a salary of 2.2 million euros per season plus bonuses.

Caicedo became one of Lazio's favorite players, known for often scoring goals in the last minute of matches that could save points for a previous coach, Simone Inzaghi. He scored 10 goals off the bench, only one goal behind Simone Inzaghi, while Tommaso Rocchi with nine goals, Keita Balde with seven goals, Pierluigi Casiraghi with six goals, and Libor Kozak with five goals.

The 32-year-old will always be in Biancoceleste's history and will always remember his time at Roma by enjoying his special relationship with the fans. Overall he scored 33 goals and contributed 15 assists in 139 appearances during his four years in the Italian capital.

Meanwhile, Maurizio Sarri's team prefers Vedat Muriqi to be the backup for the main striker, Ciro Immobile, who is supported by two young talents, Raul Moro and Luka Romero, so they are willing to release the Ecuadorian striker to the Rossoblu.

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