Tension in the tunnel after Lazio-Roma, Luis Alberto: "They came to provoke but they have to keep quiet"

Luis Alberto explains live what happened in the locker room tunnel after the derby. The tensions in the field have not subsided: “They have to keep quiet, they have come to provoke”.

Tensions, chaos and five expulsions between the pitch, bickering on the bench and at the end of the game. Lazio-Roma was also this. In addition to the 1-0 victory for the biancocelesti thanks to Zaccagni’s goal, it was tension that got the upper hand in an absolutely tense derby which, after the red light at Ibanez, also saw the expulsions of two staff members and Cristante and Marusic at the end of the race.

Sparks that evidently also continued in the locker room judging by the words of Luis Alberto who certainly did not hide from the microphones of DAZN, completely indulging in unfiltered comments and reflections on the behavior of Roma in this match. When the Spaniard wondered what was happening since voices and words could still be heard in the tunnel, the player explained without problems: “When you talk before the game and you lose, you have to keep quiet – he explained making it clear that there had already been provocations before the kick-off – They talked too much, as they always do, and now they felt inc**ati”.

Zaccagni confronts Sarri during the match.

Zaccagni confronts Sarri during the match.

Luis Alberto’s words are strong, impactful and give an idea of ​​what really happened in those excited moments. In fact, the match was full of tension and nervousness from the first minute given that after a few minutes Ibanez and Pellegrini had already been booked. Luis Alberto clarifies everything: “They have to keep quiet – adds the Spanish playmaker who played a good game – They didn’t play this derby, they only came to talk and provoke. We only played and we won, these games must be won” .

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Luis Alberto increases the dose and despite the journalist’s invitation to calm down, the Spaniard sarcastically replies that he is calm, always keeping a smile on his face: “They really like the show on the bench and they were continuing even now in the locker room – he clarified the player motivating what was happening just before he was miked by the DAZN technicians – I’m only thinking about going to dinner with my family, drinking a glass of wine and celebrating”. However, the words of the Spaniard are not taken up by those who were on the sidelines who then thought it best to change the subject and concentrate on topics concerning the match.

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J. A. Allen

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