Felipe Anderson: ‘Lazio will put the ball out when needed’

by | Oct 20, 2021 14:58

Lazio star Felipe Anderson insists Lazio were not obliged to put the ball out against Inter: ‘I’m a fair man, I’m sorry for what I saw.’

The Biancocelesti snatched a 3-1 win over Inter on Saturday, but there was controversy as the Brazilian scored Lazio’s second goal while Federico Dimarco was down injured.

The game continued with Lautaro Martinez’s shot saved by Pepe Reina. The Aquile then continued, Immobile’s shot was beaten into the path of Felipe Anderson to score.

As a consequence, there was a massive brawl involving Inter and Lazio players, above all between Milinkovic-Savic, Denzel Dumfries and Lautaro Martinez.

“I am sorry for what happened in the last game, I’ve always been a fair man and I am sorry for what I saw,” Felipe Anderson said at a press conference ahead of Lazio-Olympique Marseille.

“We are always ready to help our opponents. They didn’t stop, so we continued. We’ll put the ball out when needed, in that case, it was correct to continue playing.”

Felipe Anderson


  1. Friedeagle

    Nobody cares about you or Lazio.

  2. AlI G

    don’t worry about that Felipe it’s just a bunch of Inter cry babies

  3. Burky


    No one cares what you say, irrelevant kid.

    Well done Felipeto👏, Inter would’ve been extatic if Lautaro scotres, hypocrites.

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