UEFA Europa League | Lazio 4-2 Feyenoord : Lazio Paid Tribute To Queen Elizabeth II And Win The Game.

Last Updated on 09/09/2022 by

Prior to their Europa League match, Lazio observed a moment of silence in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, after which they defeated Feyenoord 4-2.

After a shaky start to the domestic season, the Biancocelesti were eager to get their European campaign off to a strong start. At the Stadio Olimpico tonight, they more than lived up to this expectation.

Prior to their Europa League match, Lazio observed a moment of silence in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, after which they defeated Feyenoord 4-2.

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Lazio paying respects to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II before match

A moment of silence for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s passing was held before the start of Lazio’s Europa League match against Feyenoord at the Stadio Olimpico. Several people in the audience started to jeer, but they were quickly overpowered by cheers from the rest of the audience. In addition, Lazio posted a tweet on social media in honor of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, whose reign spanned 70 years.

Lazio paying rspects to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Despite being unbeaten in the Eredivisie thus far this season, Feyenoord struggled on a difficult night and fell behind 3-0 after just 30 minutes of play. Arne Slot’s team struggled to put together many noteworthy plays and appeared outmatched by the home team for the first 45 minutes. However, the Dutch team did work harder in the second half.

As soon as the game against Feyenoord got underway, Lazio managed to take the lead. After only four minutes, a quick series of passes allowed Luis Alberto to get in on goal and give the team a 1-0 lead. In the build-up, Danilo Cataldi appeared to commit a handball, which enraged the Feyenoord players and supporters.

Only 11 minutes later, Felipe Anderson gave the Biancocelesti a comfortable cushion for the game by doubling their advantage. His speculative shot somewhat did manage to beat a fumbling Justin Bijlow, who had failed to defend the Feyenoord goal.

The Eredivisie team’s situation got even worse in the 28th minute when Matias Vecino scored a goal for Lazio from less than six yards out after Mattia Zaccagni’s low-driven ball into the penalty area was slackly parried away by Bijlow.

Lazio had 70% of the ball at halftime, compared to Feyenoord’s 40%, nine shots to Feyenoord’s four, five corners to Feyenoord’s zero, three big chances to Feyenoord’s zero, and 434 passes to the Dutch team’s 180. This could be argued to be Sarri’s best 45 minutes with Lazio since his arrival in Rome last summer.

Lazio defeated Feyenoord 4-2 to win their first match in the Europa League at the Stadio Olimpico. Goals from Luis Alberto, Felipe Anderson, and Matias Vecino gave the home team a commanding lead in the first half. The game was effectively ended by Vecino’s second goal, but Feyenood scored twice through substitute Santiago Gimenez. It nearly led to a tense finish, but the Italian team held on to win to start Group F off right.

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