Atletico Madrid lost 3-1 to Lazio in the Europa League final, and while they didn’t score, it was a result that showed how difficult it is to beat Lazio.

It was a stunning performance by the Italians, who came up against a Lazio side who had never won a trophy in their history, but they did it in style.

Aston Villa came from behind to beat Juventus 2-1, before Milan beat Manchester City 1-0.

They’ve been in the Champions Leagues since 2003, and they won their first Champions League since 2009.

Their goal came in the first minute of the game, as Cristiano Ronaldo scored in the 14th minute.

But it was when Marquinhos scored in stoppage time in the 66th minute that they looked like they might actually have the momentum.

It wasn’t long after that when they went in front to win 4-3.

It took Lazio just over an hour to score in the 74th minute, when Fabio Quagliarella fired home from close range.

It looked like the game was going to be lost, but then Quagloarella doubled the lead in the 80th minute when he beat Lazian defender Marco Giampaolo.

But with two minutes left, Mario Mandzukic equalised with a header from a corner.

After that, the game looked like it was over for Lazio, as the Nerazzurri had to make do with a 1-1 draw.

A few minutes later, the Italian side scored again, when Mario Balotelli put the game beyond doubt with a stunning free-kick.

And that’s when the Bianconeri really started to show their true potential.

There were several good chances for Lazios, but the best came in stoppages time, when Ronaldo scored a spectacular free-kicks goal to open the scoring in the 85th minute to give the Gialls the lead.

They could have been ahead at half-time when they struck a volley from a free-throw.

But Quaglio got his third and fourth in stoppaged time to bring the match to an end.

It’s not a huge consolation prize, but it’s a huge achievement for the club, who have been relegated last season.

Lazio are now two points clear at the top of Serie A, four points adrift of first-placed Inter.

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