Sarri: "In The Past 10 Years, Lazio Has Had Little History Of Qualifying For The Champions League, If They Did, It Would Be A Remarkable Achievement."

Maurizio Sarri was frustrated by the criticism of his accomplishments with Lazio during a press conference before the Sassuolo match, which will take place on Sunday (15/01). He once said that fourth place was a miracle for his team.

Biancoceleste will take on a club that is having difficulties on Sunday, Sassuolo.  The Italian capital club must regroup after collecting just one point from their last three matches, following losses to Juventus and Lecce, followed by a draw against Empoli after winning 2-0.

"We must maintain our mentality throughout the entire match," Sarri said as quoted by Football-Italia.

"I observed Lazio practicing effectively, however, the result of the match led to a loss of enthusiasm and a somber appearance."

"It's difficult to comprehend the poor result because after observing their training sessions, we were able to physically defend ourselves until the very end, but also definitely mentally."

Despite knowing the issues they're facing, Sarri expressed his frustration to the media during the press conference.

"I'm frustrated with the situation, I led a team that aimed for fourth as the primary goal, now we're fifth and people think it's a catastrophe," he said.

"In the past 10 years, Lazio has had little history of qualifying for the Champions League, if they did, it would be a remarkable achievement."

That's probably not what Biancoceleste president Claudio Lotito wants to hear, and fans who are hoping for a significant improvement are disappointed.

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