Lazio Primavera were unlucky not to secure the three points in their goalless draw against Spezia Primavera yesterday.

Coach Alessandro Calori’s side were in control of the match against Spezia yesterday and did everything but find the back of the net in the game, a frustrating result as they look to overtake Frosinone at the top of the Primavera 2 table.

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Below are the two squads in Lazio Primavera’s 0-0 draw against Spezia Primavera (via Lazio):

  • Lazio Primavera (4-2-3-1): Giacomo Moretti; Romano Floriani Mussolini, Giacomo Santovito, Fabio Ruggeri, Mirco De Santis; Larsson Coulibaly (77′ Mirco Ferrante), Lorenzo Ferro (87′ Marco Schuan); Luka Romero (67′ Mirko Mancino), Marco Bertini, Florent Shehu (77’ Massil Adjaoudi); Valerio Crespi (87′ Michele Riosa).
  • Spezia Primavera (4-2-3-1): Leonardo Dido; Gianluca Scremin, Simone Giorgeschi, Julius Beck, Lorenzo Salerno; Nicolo Bertola, Afi Ayoub; Niccolo Pietra, Henoc N’Gbesso, Leonardo Pedicillo (54′ Salko Oumar); Emiliano Pino (86′ Birgir Styrmisson).

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The first half was a little back and forth, with both sides sharing some half-hearted chances throughout the first 45 minutes. Both goalkeepers did well to keep things level, with each making a few solid saves to keep things tied up.

The second half was equally low tempo as the first, but Lazio were the team more in the driving seat. Despite the Roman club’s qualities, however, they could not beat Dido, who made a variety of strong saves to deny the Biancocelesti.

The match ended 0-0 in Rome, an uninspiring and relatively lacklustre affair between the two sides.