Lazio vs Parma [Recap, March 30th]

It took Lazio a goal in the dying minutes of the match to seal a 3-2 victory over Parma and continue keeping the pressure on them for the chance to battle against Inter for the last Europa League spot. The bet we placed with William Hill for over 2.5 goals per match paid off and there was even an own goal in the 81 minute.
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Parma did manage to come twice from behind to be level with Lazio, and even benefited from an own goal by Michael Ciani who mixed things up while trying to intercept a ball that ended up right into Lazio’s net. The hosts looked wary of letting Parma again anywhere near their net while at the same time managing to look for that third goal that would allow them to take home the spoils. The winning goal came in the 93 minute when Candevra made a beeline past Mirante and scored.

Parma had the majority of the ball possession percentage, while Lazio had more shots on target and the match ended with seven yellow cards, four of which were for Lazio. Parma went on to waste a great chance to make it level, but their shot flew way over the bar. The visitors are left on the 6th place, 2 points behind Inter Milano, but with a very important game in hand.

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