Serie A Week 35: Result MONZA 2 – 2 LAZIO, Saturday 4 May 2024 Anna Italia
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59% Ball Possession MONZA and 41% Ball Possession LAZIO
    Monza 2 – 2 Lazio
73′ Milan Djuric                             11′ Ciro Immobile
91′ Milan Djuric                             83′ Matías Vecino
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👉  Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Lazio, 7th position with 55 points and a positive goal difference of +8
Monza, 11th position with 44 points and a negative goal difference of  -8

Monza and Lazio ended the Serie A Week 35 game with a draw on Saturday 4 May 2024 at the U-Power Stadium in Monza, Italy.  Monza slows Lazio’s Champions League run, which stops after three consecutive victories and fails to overtake Atalanta. Tudor’s team therefore remains in seventh place, three points away from fifth place occupied by Roma, playing tomorrow evening against Juventus. This is the second consecutive draw, however, for Monza, which rises to 45 and failed to reach the tenth position occupied by Torino.

Lazio took the lead in the 11th minute. Forward Ciro Immobile defeated Monza goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio with a right-footed shot to the bottom left corner.




Monza equalized in the 73rd minute. Milan Djuric defeated Lazio goalkeeper from very close range with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Lazio took back the lead in the 83rd minute. Matías Vecino scored with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Monza equalized with a late goal in the 91st minute. The hero for Monza is Milan Djuric with a brace scoring with a headed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Matteo Pessina.

✅   Stats before the game: After losing both of their first two matches against Lazio in Serie A without scoring, Monza drew 1-1 in the first leg of this championship against the Biancocelesti on 23 September. Between Serie A and Serie B, Monza remained unbeaten in eight of the nine home games against Lazio (W4, D4), however the defeat came in their only previous match in the top division: 0-2, on 2 April 2023. With the draw in the last match against Lecce, Monza recorded a streak of five games in a row without a win in Serie A for the first time with Raffaele Palladino as coach (2D, 3P); more generally, only once have the Brianza team gone on a longer streak without success in the top championship: in their first six matches ever in the tournament. Monza have lost their last two games at the U-Power Stadium in the league (against Napoli and Atalanta), only between August and September 2022 have they suffered multiple home defeats in a row in Serie A (against Torino, Udinese and Atalanta in that case). Starting from the first match without Maurizio Sarri (16 March), Lazio is the team that has earned the most points in Serie A: 15 in six matches (5W, 1L), one more than Inter (14) .


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Monza 2 – 2 Lazio
Saturday 4 May 2024
U-Power Stadium
Monza, Italy


Assistants: LIBERTI – ROSSI C.
Fourth Official: CAMPLONE

⚽️ Goals: 11′ Ciro Immobile (L)

🟨 Booked: 15′ Mattia Zaccagni (L), 35′ Nicolò Casale (L), 45′ Daichi Kamada (L), 56′ Alessio Romagnoli (L), 68′ Patric (L), 95′ Matías Vecino (L), 96′ Giulio Donati (M), 96′ Danilo Cataldi (L)

Official Lineups – Formations – Tabellino:

👉 Lineup MONZA (4-2-3-1): Di Gregorio; Birindelli, Marì, Izzo, Kyriakopoulos; Pessina, Bondo; Colpani, V. Carboni, Zerbin; Djuric.

Subs: Sorrentino, Gori, Donati, Caldirola, Akpa Akpro, Colombo, Caprari, Pedro Pereira, D’Ambrosio, Mota Carvalho, Ferraris.

Coach: Raffaele Palladino

👉 Lineup LAZIO (3-4-2-1): Mandas; Patric, Romagnoli, Hysaj; Marusic, Guendouzi, Kamada, Zaccagni; Felipe Anderson, Luis Alberto; Immobile.

Subs: Sepe, Provedel, Pellegrini, Vecino, Pedro, Casale, Isaksen, Castellanos, Gonzalez, Lazzari, Cataldi, Rovella.

Coach: Igor Tudor