Italian journalist Riccardo Cucchi commented on Lazio’s bitter 3-2 loss to league leaders AC Milan yesterday in a post on his Twitter page after the game.
The Rossoneri took the lead after 10 minutes, with Croatian forward Ante Rebic scoring his first goal of this campaign.
Stefano Pioli’s side doubled their lead after 17 minutes, thanks to a converted penalty from Turkish playmaker Hakan Calhanoglu.
Spanish midfielder Luis Alberto managed to pull one back after Ciro Immobile’s penalty was saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma in the 27th minute, setting the game 2-1 at half time.
The 30-year-old Immobile scored in the 59th minute to tie up the game, but a late winner from French full back Theo Hernandez ended the Roman side’s night.
Cucchi discussed the game, saying:
It was a good game. It could have ended with any result. Two quick and proactive teams. Milan did well in the beginning and in the final part of the match. Lazio did well in the middle, recovering from a two-goal deficit.
Milan were better at winning. Now it’s time for the break, where Inzaghi’s team will be able to recharge their batteries in view of their upcoming commitments.
È stata una bella partita. Poteva finire con qualunque risultato. Due squadre veloci e propositive. Bene il #Milan nella parte iniziale e nella parte finale della gara. Bene la #Lazio nella parte centrale con tanto di recupero dallo 0-2. Più bravo il Milan a vincerla. #MilanLazio
— riccardo cucchi (@CucchiRiccardo) December 23, 2020