Lazio Now Is The Second-Best Defensive Team In Serie A

September 23, 2022

The outgoing Strakosha, Reina, Acerbi, and Luiz Felipe and the new Provedel, Maximiano, Romagnoli, Casale, and Gila. In the summer market, Lazio completely overhauled their defense, replacing almost entire divisions and adding more players for Maurizio Sarri to choose from.

After 7 weeks of competition, in the first stop of the national teams that anticipate the World Cup in December, Lazio ranked fourth, conceding only 5 goals (1 Bologna, 1 Inter Milan, 1 Sampdoria, and 2 Napoli). Maurizio Sarri's side is the second-best defensive team in the league and this start is one of the best defensive teams in the club's history. A defense has now become the strength of this Lazio, a Champions League defense.

In fact, since the 1990/1991 season, Lazio has conceded more than five goals in their first seven league games, on par with the 2010/2011 season. Not just a goal that marked a different start to the season than the previous one: look at last year, when Lazio had conceded 12 goals, or the one they conceded before (Inzaghi's last season in Lazio) was 13.

Changes in direction through markets and sectors. Lazio moves as a unit, attacking and defending as a unit, transforming the collective into an individual. Sarri's team can keep the ball moving, but also cover wide spaces on green grass with ease. This is confirmed by the average kilometers driven, with Lazio well ahead of the competition. Biancoceleste tops this particular ranking with an average of 112,650km per game.

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