Tudor: "When Asked About Areas For Improvement, I've Always Maintained That Lazio Would Compete At The Top With Inter."

Igor Tudor aims to highlight Lazio's exceptional performance during his coaching tenure. With their recent 2-0 victory against Empoli on Sunday (12/05), marking their fourth win in the last five Serie A matches, Tudor wants to emphasize the team's remarkable form.

Lazio's recent successes, including victories in four out of their last five Serie A games, have positioned them just one point behind their city rivals Roma. Additionally, their triumph over Empoli, coupled with Napoli's loss to Bologna, ensures that Lazio will finish above last season's Scudetto winners.

Tudor expressed his satisfaction, stating, "This is a fantastic way to celebrate," in reference to the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the 1974 Scudetto.

He emphasized the team's resilience, noting, "We have to endure challenges, but our quality shines through in the end, bringing us closer to European qualification. Our focus remains on giving our best."

Under Tudor's guidance since taking over from Maurizio Sarri, Lazio has been the most successful team in Serie A, earning 16 points in the last seven matches.

Reflecting on the team's progress, Tudor remarked, "When asked about areas for improvement, I've always maintained that Lazio would compete at the top with Inter."

He cautioned against underestimating their 2-0 victory over Empoli, stressing the importance of not undermining any opponent in Serie A. Tudor acknowledged Empoli's resilience and highlighted the exceptional performance of his goalkeeper in the match, emphasizing the importance of every detail in their quest for success.

"In my opinion, beating Empoli 2-0 cannot be taken lightly, and considering it like that will have a negative impact on the team," argued the coach.

"We have room for improvement in the finer aspects, yet every Serie A match poses challenges, with Empoli adept at seizing opportunities from errors. Our goalkeeper delivered an exceptional performance today, which is expected of him in his role."

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