Coppa Italia Round of 16: Result LAZIO 1 – 0 BOLOGNA, Thursday 19 January 2023 Anna Italia
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54% Ball Possession LAZIO and 46% Ball Possession BOLOGNA

  Lazio  1 – 0 Bologna

33′ Felipe Anderson
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🇮🇹 👉   Lazio won the Coppa Italia Round of 16 game on Thursday 19 January 2023 at the Olimpico di Roma Stadium in Rome, Italy. Lazio conquered the Quarterfinals thanks to the goal by Felipe Anderson. Bologna tried throughout the second half without ever worrying goalkeeper Luis Maximiliano. Lazio controlled the guests and then looked for the restart. A match also in memory for Siniša Mihajlović, protagonist as a player and coach of the two teams. Mihajlovic’s widow and children were present and observed the video showing Sinisa’s career as player and coach at both clubs on a giant screen.  As a player, Sinisa won the Serie A title with Lazio.

Mihajlović died of cancer at the age of 53 on 16 December 2022.   Bologna was the last team coached by Sinisa until  6 September 2022.

Lazio advanced to the quarterfinals, where they will face Juventus.

Lazio scored the only goal of the match in the 33rd minute. Felipe Anderson defeated Bologna goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Pedro. The goal resulted from a mistake by Sosa who let Pedro blow the ball away.

✅    Stats before the game. Bologna is the team against which Lazio have played the most home matches in the Italian Cup without ever finding success: for the capitolini three defeats and two draws in five home matches against the rossoblùs in the competition. Lazio have passed the round of 16 in all of the last 11 editions of the Coppa Italia: the Biancocelese team is only one of three teams to have reached the quarter-finals in each season from 2011/12 to 2021/22 (on a par with Juventus and Milan). Bologna have been in the last 16 of the Coppa Italia for the first time since 2018/19 and have not progressed since 2012/13, when they overcame Napoli before being eliminated in the quarter-finals by Inter. Since the 2008/09 season, Lazio have played 27 home matches in the Coppa Italia, suffering only one defeat (0-1 v Juventus in the 2015/16 quarter-finals) – completing the partial at the Olimpico in Rome with 22 wins and four draws. Lazio and Bologna have faced each other 10 times in the Italian Cup; after the success of the biancocelesti in the first match on 7 April 1960, the rossoblù remained unbeaten, thanks to six wins and three draws – however, the most recent challenge dates back to August 1989.


Lineup LAZIO (4-3-3): Maximiano; Lazzari , Patric, Romagnoli, Hysaj; Milinkovic, Cataldi, Luis Alberto; Pedro, Felipe Anderson, Zaccagni.

Lineup BOLOGNA (4-1-4-1): Skorupski; Cambiaso, Soumaoro, Sosa, Lykogiannis; Schouten; Orsolini, Dominguez, Moro, Aebischer; Barrow.

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🇮🇹    Referee Niccolò Baroni from the section of Florence will be assisted by Emanuele Prenna from the section of Molfetta and Giuseppe Perrotti from the section of Campobasso. The Fourth Official will be Giovanni Ayroldi from the section of Molfetta. The VAR will be Paolo Mazzoleni from the section of Bergamo. The AVAR will be Daniele Paterna from the section of Teramo.

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Lazio 1 – 0 Bologna
Thursday 19 January 2023
Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Rome, Italy


Referee: BARONI
Fourth Official: AYROLDI

Goals: 33′ Felipe Anderson (L)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

Lineup LAZIO (4-3-3): Maximiano; Lazzari (66′ Marusic), Patric, Romagnoli (66′ Casale), Hysaj; Milinkovic (80′ Vecino), Cataldi (90’+2′ Marcos Antonio), Luis Alberto; Pedro (80′ Romero), Felipe Anderson, Zaccagni.

Subs: Provedel, Adamonis, Radu, Fares, Basic, Bertini, Cancellieri.

Coach: Maurizio Sarri

Lineup BOLOGNA (4-1-4-1): Skorupski; Cambiaso, Soumaoro (46′ Lucumì), Sosa, Lykogiannis; Schouten (46′ Medel, 66′ Pyyhtia); Orsolini (64′ Zirkzee), Dominguez, Moro, Aebischer (64′ Soriano); Barrow.

Subs: Bardi, Ravaglia, Posch, Zirkzee, Ferguson, Kasius, Amey.

Coach: Thiago Motta