Castellanos: "I'm Happy For My First Goal At The Olimpico, I Want To Play Here And Score Goals And Celebrate With The Fans At The Curva."

Valentin Castellanos, Lazio's new striker, expressed his elation after scoring his first goal for the team in their victory over Atalanta in Serie A. He also shared his thoughts on his personal development under the guidance of coach Maurizio Sarri in the Italian capital.

Valentin Castellanos, a 25-year-old from Argentina, demonstrated his skills in his second opportunity to begin for Lazio. He played a critical part in their 3-2 triumph over Atalanta, scoring a goal and assisting Matias Vecino's game-winning shot.

Following a sluggish start to the season by Ciro Immobile, many fans have been eagerly anticipating more playing time for the new striker. With a performance that proved to be a game-changer, he may be granted more consistent minutes in the weeks to come.

After scoring his debut goal for the Biancoceleste, the striker opened up about his emotions.

"I'm happy for my first goal at the Olimpico, I want to play here and score goals and celebrate with the fans at the Curva," said the striker via DAZN.

Following that, he was questioned about the pre-match statements made by Sarri in anticipation of the Atalanta game.

"We prepared the game knowing that we would attack their area, when you play one-on-one it is important to know the area well," he said.

The 25-year-old also spoke about what it was like to work for Sarri.

"He is very demanding, but he can help me improve in the future."

Castellanos also discussed his relationship with Captain Immobile.

"He is our captain, we are waiting for him to return, we compete well and healthily," he said.

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