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  05/12/2011: Biava & Rocchi happy about scoring
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After beating Novara 3-0 and scoring a goal himself, centre back Giuseppe Biava aims high and targets the Champions League:

"We are very happy about this victory. We started out strong, and continued for 90 minutes. The championship is still long, but we can do well if we play like today. Now we are still close to the top teams, and we are 5 points ahead of Napoli. We want to continue like this against Lecce. Today we scored 3 goals. We are very happy about Rocchi's double. We know that when Tommaso plays with continuity, he is very good at attacking spaces. There is a reason he has over 100 goals for Lazio."

Tommaso Rocchi was of course also a happy man after his two goals today:

"I played well, scored two goals, and I am very happy with this result. Today we really wanted to win. Recently, the performances has been good but the results has been missing. Today we wanted to win at all costs."

Rocchi was chosen ahead of Djibril Cissé today, and he gave him a couple good advices:

"He should always give his maximum, and continue to work hard in training. He has been unlucky, today he did well and hit the post."
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