Felipe Anderson: "It Will Be A Tough Game Without Immobile"

Felipe Anderson admits Lazio's match against Bologna will be difficult without the presence of star striker, Ciro Immobile who has to be sidelined in the Serie A continuation which will take place on Sunday (03/10).

Coach Maurizio Sarri sent one of his star players, Felipe Anderson to represent him at the press conference ahead of the match against Bologna.  Lazio has had bad news after losing Ciro Immobile's serve with a thigh injury that will also prevent him from playing for the Italian national team in the Nations League next week.

"It will be a tough game without him because Immobile is an important part of our team," said the winger as quoted by Football-Italia.

"His movement can open up defenses and he can always score goals."

This is the Brazilian winger's second spell at the Stadio Olimpico before he failed to find his best form when he joined West Ham United, but Sarri says Anderson has more potential than the players he has coached.

"I've improved a lot with the coach and I'm sure over time the whole team will understand what he wants from us," he explained.

"I always want to improve my consistency, even if it's one game and I'm getting there.  My thinking is always focused and ready from the first minute to the 90th minute.

"I know I can make the difference, but I struggled with the pressure when I was younger, I'm different now, I'm on the right track."

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