Battle For Portugal No.1 In Derby Between Roma And Lazio

With the arrival of Maximiano, Lazio has solved the problem of the first goalkeeper. Waiting for the question of who will be his deputy, Derby has gone wild among the Portuguese goalkeepers in the capital.

Roma opted to continue working with Rui Patricio, who guaranteed a good return last year. Of course, any comparisons are likely to be risky at this point, as the first is a 1999 class that has only recently entered big football. The second, born in 1988, is a regular of the Portuguese national team, playing 104 games with the Portuguese national team and conceding 87 goals.

The new Lazio goalkeeper has yet to make his Portugal debut, but his aim is precisely to replace Roma's No.1.

After years of failing to find a reliable goalkeeper, Roma appears to have found a spot. Lazio, on the other hand, faced a plethora of demands for the best Italian talent and decided to approach Maximiano, who performed quite well despite being relegated with Granada.

It's time to wait for the next derby on November 6, which will be another battle of the goalkeepers.

Looking back at the past season, the head-to-head encounters were quite interesting and gave an idea of ​​the potential of the two goalkeepers.

Maximiano played 35 games for a total of 3,137 minutes. He conceded 55 goals, made 127 saves, and kept eight clean sheets. Considering the size of the team he played for, quite a few. He also saved 2 of the 7 penalties he faced

Rui Patricio instead responds with 106 saves, 15 clean sheets, 43 goals conceded, and 1 penalty saved on the 5 penalties against Roma.

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