La Biancocelesti tame the Rossoneri warriors at Rome

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Lazio 4 – 1 Milan
Immobile pen 38, 42, 48 (L), Luis Alberto 50 (L), Montolivo 56 (M)

Lazio’s performance tonight shook the whole Serie a world as they thrashed Milan and ended their 100% winning record this season.Last time Lazio scored 4 goals against Milan was back in 1990/00.

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Ciro Immobile scored a hattrick in the game and become the first player to score a hattrick in Milan-Lazio Serie A games since Andriy Schenvechko scored in 1999.

This match was delayed by an hour and was almost called off because of heavy rains which causes floods in the Italian capital. Roads were inundated following heavy rainfall, while Metro lines in the Italian capital were closed down.

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Ciro immobile broke the deadlock from the penalty spot before expertly volleyed a goal that past Donnarumma to make it 2-0 before the break. He scored his third goal just three minutes into the second half as Senad Lulic surged past Davide Calabria and Marco Parolo’s disguised pass sent the centre-forward clear.Then after few minutes Luis Alberto scored the fourth and the final goal for Lazio,which was a simple finishing and a result of Milan’s totally bad and unmarked defence.
Milan made two substitutions in the second half,and few minutes after the substitution riccardo Montolivo scored for Milan which makes the scoreline 4-1. It was his first Serie A goal since facing Catania in April 2014.

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In the last 15 minutes of the game Immobile almost scored his fourth goal of the game as he successfully dribble past Bonucci and shoots the ball just wide of the range.AC Milan tried their best but they did not found any way to score a brace due to their lack of creativity in the midfield.
Marco Parolo was sent off in the final minutes of the game after second bookable offence on Bonaventura.

Facts after the game:

AC Milan have won only one over the last eight away Serie A matches (D4 L3).
– Only Verona-Napoli (16) and Fiorentina-Verona (15)