Luis Alberto Openly Dislikes Sarri's Statement

Maurizio Sarri previously said that Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Luis Alberto could not be played simultaneously and the Spanish midfielder was found to have liked a comment against the Lazio coach's statement on social media.

Luis Alberto reportedly did not like Maurizio Sarri's statement after the match against Marseille last Thursday night that he could not play alongside Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and he made it public.

"For now, Milinkovic-Savic and Luis Alberto cannot be played together," Sarri said after Lazio was held to a 0-0 draw with Olympique Marseille on Thursday.

"After the last game I realized it wasn't going to happen, if we were up against a more defensive opponent we would have tried it, but we've seen Luis training in the last few days and decided he is more suited to play at a slower pace."

It can be said that the former Liverpool midfielder did not like the coach's statement because he was caught liking a comment criticizing the 62-year-old coach via Twitter as reported by Football-Italy.

"Just think about what Inzaghi has done, he made them play together and win for five years.  Strong players are always played together, otherwise, you are not a great coach, Mr.  Sarri," reads the comment that the Spaniard likes.

The midfielder started the season in trouble as he was absent from his team's training sessions in the first week of pre-season.  Then he explained it to Sarri and the club sentenced him to a fine of 50,000 euros.  So far the Spaniard has played in 11 games, scoring one goal and contributing four assists.

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