Lazio beat ten-man Rome in derby
Lazio beat 10-man Roma 2-1 in the Rome derby on Sunday to move up to the third cheap oakley sunglasses spot in the Italian Serie A table. Roma were reduced to ten men in the 10th minute after goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg was sent off for bringing down Lazio striker Miroslav Klose in the area. Hernanes converted the resulting penalty to put Lazio 1-0 ahead Roma equalised six minutes later through Fabio Borini but Stefano Mauri put oakley Sunglasses outlet Lazio in front for good shortly after the hour mark to give Roma their first loss at home since October 23. Lazio ended the game down to 10 men after Lionel Scaloni was sent off four minutes from time for a second bookable offence. Lazio leapfrogged Udinese, who drew with Atalanta on Sunday, into the last Champions Fake oakley Sunglasses League qualifying place. They are two points clear of Udinese. Roma head coach Luis Enrique was furious after his side lost to Lazio again this season. "It would be nice to end a derby with eleven men on the pitch. I don't know what I've done to deserve this." "There are 12 games to go, our work is to continue to the end of the season. If we talk about the two derbies, it would be nice to play with eleven on the field," he said. "If we had lost with eleven against eleven, then that would be easier to deal with, but in this situation it becomes very frustrating and disappointing. I really thought we could win this match doing our best, but it all crumbled after seven minutes," he added. Lazio head coach Edy Reja celebrated like an ultra as his side won both the Rome derbies in one season for the first time in 15 years.
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