Lotito's Concerns Regarding Ticket Distribution For Lazio Fans Ahead Of Second Leg Match Against Bayern Munich

In anticipation of the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 against Bayern Munich on March 5, Lazio President Claudio Lotito discussed the ticketing logistics for the club's supporters making the journey to Germany.

After a surprising 1-0 win in the first leg against Bayern Munich, thanks to Ciro Immobile's penalty in the second half, Lazio is filled with optimism regarding its chances of advancing to the quarter-finals of this esteemed European tournament.

Following a loss to Bologna in Serie A, which occurred shortly after their triumphant Champions League victory, the Biancoceleste experienced a resurgence by securing a vital win against Torino last weekend. This victory served as a morale boost as they prepared for an upcoming away match against Fiorentina. Looking ahead, their schedule includes a crucial encounter with Milan on March 1, followed by the decisive second leg against Bayern on March 5.

Lotito addressed concerns regarding ticket distribution for the Bayern Munich match, noting that initially, 3200 tickets were allocated but subsequently reduced, much to the disappointment of Lazio fans. He acknowledged Bayern's authority as the home team in making such decisions, emphasizing the importance of common sense and understanding the host's priorities in accommodating season ticket holders and ensuring attendance, especially for a challenging fixture like this.

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