Felipe Anderson: "I'm Sorry To Be In This Situation, But You Know Me, I Have To Carry On."

Lazio winger, Felipe Anderson defended his decision to continue playing and finally scored against Inter in the match which took place on Saturday (16/10) at the Stadio Olimpico. The goal is considered controversial because previously a guest team player fell due to injury.

Felipe Anderson discussed Lazio's 3-1 win over Inter Milan, the 28-year-old was the first to comment on his team's overall performance. The hosts' other two goals were scored by Ciro Immobile and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

"We started with the right mentality, we created chances and we were good on the ball," he said via Lazio Style Radio.

"Conceding a goal didn't bring us down, we played our game and delivered the win."

The Brazilian winger gave his opinion on Lazio's controversial second goal scored when an Inter player fell on the pitch.

"I apologize to people who say I'm unsportsmanlike, I know myself, I always play fair play, I heard Dimarco can stand up," he explained.

"I'm sorry to be in this situation, but you know me, I have to carry on."

Finally, the winger discussed his feelings after scoring the goal.

"As I always say, I think as a team, scoring goals and helping out straight away.

"I feel fine, I'm happy to be able to make a personal contribution."

The 28-year-old with a contract with the Biancoceleste until 2025 has made eight league appearances so far in the 2021/22 season under coach Maurizio sari totaling 679 minutes. In that period the Brazilian winger contributed three goals and two assists, Sarri has complete confidence in the player but he wants him to be able to play consistently.

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