WINS THE ROME, THE DERBY GOES TO THE GIALLOROSSE

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Same result, reversed parts: the return derby goes to Rome which is imposed for 2-1 on a Lazio highly modified due to the accident emergency. Many, in fact, the unavailable that forced Mr. Seleman to adapt players in roles not theirs: nevertheless, the eleven guest holds on the tie up to 86 'when Martinovic, signing his personal double, mocking the defense Lazio anticipating Melis head and depositing the ball on the net. At the opening of the match, immediately on the feet of Martinovic and Proietti several scoring opportunities that the Roma strikers fail to finalize. Lazio's response stems from the diagonal of Castiello, launched by Lombardozzi, finished just off the right side of Casaroli. At half an hour Martinovic's frame that forces Melis to the miracle, with the help of the pole, is a prelude to the Giallorossi advantage, arrived in the first half: the number 9 of Rome, good to exploit a long throw from midfield and a general defensive carelessness, slipped behind Melis for one to zero.

The first half ends, and the second one reopens with a Lazio that tries to change the score. After a shot from Monaco that seriously engages Casaroli, the most gluttonous opportunity happens on the feet of Coletta, triggered by a launch of Lombardozzi: face to face with the Giallorossi's last defender the number nine of Lazio ends little more on the crossbar . The subsequent thrill is in Romanesque colors and signed by Proietti, unlucky in hitting the crossbar from a standing football.
At the 26 'of the second half the games reopen on a naive defense of Rome, mocked by a slip on the line of Celli's goal that equalizes the accounts on one by one. The quarter of an hour that follows does not record any stories worthy of news. The match is played in midfield, without real scoring opportunities. The balance that seemed to direct the match towards a more than fair draw was broken by Martinovic, five minutes from the end, who gave the three points and the second place in the standings in Rome.

Half-regretted Seleman at the end of the race: "It was a strange match. We started the race well and for the first twenty minutes we went quite well, we could even score goals but we were unsure of goal. Rome scored on our mistake, taking full advantage of the opportunities we have granted. In the second half we entered the field with another look, creating a couple of important occasions. We went wrong in the last twenty minutes and playing long ball we played their game. In the final minutes a defensive indecision gave them the second goal and Martinovic was good at putting it on the net. Maybe a draw would have been fairer, but this is football. They are games that are often decided with an episode is this time that went well with them, but I have nothing to reproach with these girls".
The next appointment, Sunday 30 March at the Salaria Sport Village, will see the biancocelesti engaged with the Chieti, a veteran of the home victory against the ACE for four goals to two. The Theatines, willing to avenge the poker cashed in the first leg, will face a determined formation to redeem themselves after the two consecutive defeats that have finally closed the games for promotion.

ROME-LAZIO 2-1

ROME: Casaroli, Simeone, Bevilacqua, Lucci (40'st Rossi), De Luca, Lore, De Vecchis (46'st Fusco), Barreca, Martinovic (45'st Bartolini), Proietti, Jura
Available: Felicella, Petrolini, Volpi, Nita
All: Advantage

LAZIO: Melis, Monaco, Cela (25'st Celli), Savini, Vaccari, Picchi, Grassi, Lombardozzi (32'st Cutillo), Coletta, Roversi (9'st Santoro), Castiello
Available: Curcuruto, Latini, Tata
All: Seleman

Networks: 40'pt; 38'st Martinovic (R), 28'st Celli (L)
Referee: Ermanno Feliciani of Teramo
Ammonite: De Luca (R)
Expelled: Coletta (L)

Walter Pettinati
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