Sarri: "The Result Was Unfortunate. The Referee Didn't Do His Job Right, Causing Tension And Distraction To Annoy Everyone."

Maurizio Sarri accused the referee of failing to do his job and letting everyone feel anxious. But after playing against 10 men, his team showed the determination he wanted.

Lazio had a good chance to lead, with Feyenoord and Midtjylland also drew 2-2 at almost the same time. However, it was a harsh reality for the hosts after Immobile's penalty goal, Manuel Lazzari was provoked and shown a second yellow card, and was sent off. William Boving scored twice for Sturm Graz but Pedro made sure his side got a point.

"The incident was part of a match made by the referee to annoy everyone. The referee didn't do his job right, causing tension and distraction because it was a fair game," Sarri told Sky Sport Italia.

"We played well in the first half, created chances, took the lead, but if you play every three days it becomes a liability for you. It showed that we might struggle a little bit in the second half and we didn't suffer at all when we took the lead again, the equalizer went against the tempo of the game and the result was unfortunate."

"It's an important point to show the progress we're looking for because we see that this team has a soul after playing with 10 players. The players who come off the bench and the starters have the same ideas and goals, it's a positive thing."

"I see the desire to win, to be consistent in determination and motivation, and I hope to see that in the future."

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