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  26/10/2014: Klose: "Everyone works for the team"
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Miroslav Klose came on at half time and was instrumental, scoring Lazio's winner against Torino. It was Klose's first goal of the season, the German told SkySports Italia:

"It's important for a striker to score, but as I said 5 days ago, we work well and it is showing on the field. Everyone works for the team."

Klose came on in the second half and played alongside Djordjevic, a tactic that has been rarely used so far:

"In the end it's the coach who decides. We also use this system in training, it is important for us to have the players to change ".

Lazio's fourth straight win sees them climb the table and close in on the Champions League places, Klose commented:

"We do it game to game. Victory is the most important thing, we work well during the week and it comes together on match day. We are on the right path, the group is working well, starting from the manager and the staff. There are still many things to improve but we must keep our feet on the ground. I would like to start each game, but I work for the team and to me that is the most important thing."
Author: Giannino Capaldi
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