first_imgLazio Coach Simone Inzaghi revealed his side lacked the passion and desire to win the Derby della Capitale, suggesting Roma were worthy winners.Ciro Immobile brought Lazio back on level terms after Lorenzo Pellegrini gave Roma the lead. But a beautiful free-kick from Kolarov and a bullet header from Fazio ensured Eusebio’s men the three points.“Roma were more determined than Lazio and believed in it more. We conceded three goals from three dead ball situations, but I thought we had deservedly equalised and unfortunately were caught out by a free kick,” the Lazio Coach told Sky Sports Italia.“We had more possession, Roma closed up and went more on the counter than they usually do. We didn’t react in the best way, but we’ll learn from the experience.Chris Smalling open to a permanent AS Roma deal Andrew Smyth – September 6, 2019 Chris Smalling can “definitely see a longer-term future” for himself at AS Roma should things work out on his loan spell from Manchester United.“I thought the inertia of the game would change with the equaliser and make it far more open, but unfortunately we conceded just three minutes after drawing level.“We created more chances in the first half and had more of the ball, but Roma deserved the victory because they were more determined.“Our first 20 minutes were excellent and we deserved more. We should’ve been more concentrated, but if you concede goals from set plays, you probably are going to lose.”last_img

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