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  09/09/2012: Primavera: Lazio - Ternana 5-1 (2-0)
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In the second home game of the season Bollini and his boys hosted the new team in the league, Ternana.

Lazio (4-3-3): Scarfagna, Serpieri, Filippini, Mazzei, Ilari, Falasca, Cataldi, Crecco, Vivacqua, Tira, Rozzi

Unused subs: Di Piero, Pollace, Carta, Paterni, De Francesco, Pace, Silvagni, Lombardi, Allevi, Andreoli

With Vilakitis injured Ilari had to move over to the left from his usual right back position, with Serpieri coming in on the right.

Tira was again handed the central forward position with Rozzi and Vivacqua flanking him.

It was the attackers that created Lazio's first chance. The young Antonio Rozzi, now the most experienced player in the side put in a cross from the left side where the Romanian striker Tira was waiting. Tira made no mistakes and made it 1-0 for the Biancocelesti.

Lazio scored one more before half time when Tira dribbled past the goalkeeper and gave the ball to Rozzi who scored probably the easiest tap-in in his life.

In the second half the new centre back Fillipini pulled down a player from Ternana, so the referee decided to award a penalty. Ramberti put it behind Scarfagna and put Ternana back in the match again.

In the 64th minute Antonio Rozzi scored to make it 3-1, with his 4th goal for the season.

The last two goals of the match both came from substituitions with goals from Lombardi and de Francesco.

The Primavera are now 1st on the table together with Napoli after 9 points in the first 3 gameweeks. Antonio Rozzi is also the top goalscorer.

Next Saturday there is a tricky challenge ahead with an away match against Juve Stabia who are 3rd on the table with 7 points.

Author: Eivind Ytreland
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