Serie A: Torino vs Lazio player ratings as Lazio snatch a late goal in added time

Here are the player ratings for the Serie A fixture between Torino vs Lazio

Torino vs Lazio ended 1-1 asLazio scored late on in added time to snatch a point from Torino. The hosts found the net from Marko Pjaca but a late penalty conceded by Djidji spoiled all efforts from them. Ciro Immobile the Lazio striker converted the penalty. This is the eight away match in a row that Lazio have scored.

Here are the player ratings :

Lazio

Pepe Reina (6/10)- Pepe Reina had an average game and made some decent saves especially off Sanabria.

Francesco Acerbi (5/10)- Lazio fans will not be overly pleased with Acerbi who left lots of holes open in the defence.

Luiz Felipe (5/10)- Similar to his defending teammate, Luiz Felipe was not on point tonight and gave the Torino attackers lots of space.

Elseid Hysaj (7/10)- The fullback was impressive tonight and ran up and down the flank to support the forwards.

Adam Marusic (6/10) – The right back could not keep up with the pace of Sanabria and lost sight of him many times.

Danillo Cataldi (5/10)- Placed today in the centre of the field it was a big responsibility for him but Cataldi couldn’t deliver.

Luis Alberto (6/10) – Alberto the number 10 for Lazio was combining well with Ciro Immobile but still needs to be quicker.

Jean Daniel Akpa Akpro (6/10)- Impressive in his dribbling skills he drew the fouls from the Torino players. However needs to improve his decision making.

Ciro Immobile (8/10)- The goalscorer for Lazio from the penalty spot in added time, Immobile was the only player who looked like scoring. Immobile was continuously getting shots at the Torino goal and finally got hoa reward.

Raul Moro (6/10)- Raul Moro the left winger was trying all sorts of ways to exploit the Torino defence bit couldn’t find a way through.

Felipe Anderson (6/10)- an average performance from the right winger who couldn’t many chances to cut back on to his left foot.

Substitutes

Sergej Milinkovic Savic (7/10)- Was very impressive since coming on. He made good runs into the opposition’s half and demanded the ball.

Vedat Muriqui(5/10)- The striker came on in the 80th minute in place of Akpa Akpro hardly received the ball.

Lucas Leiva (5/10)- the midfielder got some minutes under his belt as he replaced Danilo Cataldi.

Manuel Lazarri ( 6/10) – Lazarri looked good on the ball and was definitely better than Marusic whom he replaced.

Pedro (6/10)- The former Barcelona and Chelsea man came on at half time for striker Raul Moro

Torino

Vanja Milinkovic (6/10)- The Torino shot stopper didn’t have a poor magvh and there was nothing he could do about the penalty.

Bremer (6/10) – Played at the heart of the defensive line and will be disappointed they couldn’t keep a clean slate.

Ricardo Rodriguez (6/10)- Ricardo Rodriguez continuously looked threatening on set pieces. He even set up a perfect cross for Pobega who couldn’t keep the shot on target.

Koffi Djidji (5/10)- The defender was on good flow tonight and continuously threaded balls for forwards who couldn’t capitalise much. However one bad decision changed the match as he conceded the penalty in added time.

Rolando Mandragora(6/10)- The defender was found lacking in his defending capacity and made some rash tackles to be booked in the first half.

Tommaso Pobega (6/10) – Pobega had a good opportunity in the starting minutes of the match as his shot from outside the box missed the target.

Ola Aina (6/10)- The fullback got in some good crosses into the box with one such opportunity coming to Sanabria who spilled it.

Wilfred Singo (7/10)- The midfielder was very effective tonight and managed to squeeze in some deliveries into the penalty box. One of that resulted in the goal by Marco Pjaca.

Antonio Sanabria (6/10)- Sanabria had some good chances in the first half one of them was with a through ball but he was offside and another his shot was weak.

Josip Brekalo (6/10)- The forward had limited opportunities but found space to shoot after set piece opportunity but dragged it wide.

Karol Linetty (6/10)- Linetty combined well with the forwards and headed the ball down for Josip Brekalo whose shot was straight down the line.

Substitutes

Sasa Lukic (6/10)- the number 10 for Torino came on for Rolando Mandragora in the 62nd minute.

Cristian Ansaldi (5/10)- Ansaldi too came on in the second half in a like for like substitution with Ola Aina.

Marco Pjaca (8/10)- the goalscorer for Torino. Marco Pjaca made an instant impact just two minutes after coming on. An inviting cross by Singo which was happily accepted by him.

Tomas Rincon (6/10)- Tomas Rincon was brought in for some creativity but failed to produce that.

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