Lazio failed to keep pace with Champions League rivals Roma, Inter and AC Milan as they were the only ones not to pick up all three points on Sunday.
Thomas Strakosha (5): Very much responsible for Simone Verdi’s goal after parrying the ball softly directly into his path. Was somewhat busy in the second half but not enough to rescue his ratings.
Luiz Felipe (6): Did his job and did it well. The young Brazilian is developing nicely in the Italian capital, and tonight showed it. He’s becoming a very consistent option for Inzaghi.
Stefan De Vrij (6): A few mistakes and one of them was nearly a heavy one. Headed the ball back to Strakosha and Palacio was centimeters away from making him pay.
Wallace (5): Another defenders who struggled in the first half as Bologna pressed up the field. Palacio was running wild and free all over him and he failed to do much about it. Subbed off at the half.
Adam Marusic (5.5): He didn’t attack like he would have wanted to and was largely a non-factor. Felipe Anderson was the lone threat on the right flank.
Marco Parolo (6): A new trend is emerging for Parolo, he is becoming more and more involved in the play on both ends of the ball. Lacked a little bit of sharpness and wasn’t at his best, but still effective for his role.
Lucas Leiva (7): Another game another goal for the Brazilian. He’s becoming an essential piece to Inzaghi’s puzzle, and will continue to grow into a leader with performances like these.
Luis Alberto (6.5): Earned another assist tonight as he rounded Erick Pulgar to perfection. He almost scored a goal on more than one occasion. A strong piece to the puzzle, even if a different role.
Felipe Anderson (5.5): Surprisingly, he looked out of place out on the wing and failed to really get into the game. He did better in the second half but a lot should be credited to Bologna for locking him down. Suffocated.
Nani (5): Another Lazio player who was subpar. Played only 45 minutes and was largely a non-factor.
Ciro Immobile (5): Nearly had a goal but Mirante was able to keep it out in the first half. After that became a ghost and was hardly on the ball.
Bartolomeu Bastos (5.5): Bastos came on at the half and did little of note, besides a yellow card.
Jordan Lukaku (5.5): The other half-time sub, but again did little to change the course of the game.
Felipe Caicedo (N/A): Came on late.