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  23/12/2011: Winter Break Statistics
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As winter break has arrived, the following are Lazio achievements and Statistics in Serie A season 2011-2012:

Overall record from 16 games Lazio has won 8 games, 6 draws, and 2 losses. However, Lazio 9 home games have won only in 3 games, 4 draws, and 2 losses, which is not so impressive. On the other hand, Lazio away record has managed 5 wins out of 7, and 2 draws. Lazio has been unbeaten on away games.

From fair play points of view, in terms of number of yellow and red cards received, Lazio is the best team in Serie A with less cards received compare to other teams. Lazio hasn’t got any red cards yet, and received 25 yellow cards only. Compare to AS Roma with 5 red cards and 28 yellows, or the worst for Lecce with 3 reds, and 45 yellows.

Lazio longest unbeaten sequence was 9 games: at Cesena, Palermo, at Fiorentina, AS Roma, at Bologna, Catania, at Cagliari, Parma, and at Napoli. However, the longest win sequence was only 3 games: at Fiorentina, AS Roma, at Bologna.

In terms of number of goals, the biggest home win was against Novara with 3-0, and the biggest away win was against Cagliari with 0-3. Whilst the highest aggregate score was against Lecce with 2-3 win.

Miroslav Klose is the current Lazio top scorer with 8 goals, followed by Senad Lulic, Tommaso Rocchi, and Hernanes with 3 goals each. The most goal assists by Djibril Cisse with 5 assists, followed by Miroslav Klose with 3 assists.

Lazio has conceded most of goals during the first 15 minutes of the game, and never conceded any goal in the last 15 minutes of the game.

With 259,000 total stadium attendances, Lazio are 4th in Serie A after Inter Milan, AC Milan, and Napoli.

(Ali Alkatiri)

 
 
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