Scratched by Lazio, the Rossoneris were able to reach a 3-3 draw away to Pescaros, as the two sides traded goals to open up a two-point gap. 

Both teams started with the ball, and the first goal came after a goalmouth scramble. 

Rossoneri defender Stefano Dall’Oglio found space on the edge of the box, and turned into space to fire his shot over the goalkeeper. 

Lazio went on the attack for the second goal, as Alessandro De Marchi volleyed a free-kick wide of the post. 

Pescara made it 3-1, when Marco Pappa was sent off for a high challenge on Andrea Benavente. 

After the match, Pescaran coach Mario Balbo said he felt his side deserved to win the game, but the Nerazzurri’s goalkeeping was lacking. 

“We deserved to lose the game and not score a goal,” he said. 

Dalston’s first goal was scored in the 14th minute, when he fired home a cross from the right wing, after a good run from Matias Perez Lopez. 

The hosts then made it 2-0, when a penalty kick was saved by the goalkeeper, after an accidental dive on Perez Lopez sent him flying. 

It was a goal that came after some poor defending by Lazios right-back, Stefano Pizzaro. 

In the 66th minute of play, Balbo was shown a second yellow card for a second bookable offence for the foul on Perez. 

His side then made the most of the chance, as Matias Boccara shot high from outside the box. 

Boccara was also booked for a foul on Andrea Mancini, who had been sent off in the 66st minute. 

But Balbo added: “The ref made a mistake, and I think he saw that it was a dangerous challenge. 

We did well to control the game.” 

In pictures – Lazio v Parma: Fiorentino 1-0 Pescor: Rossini 1-2 Lazio – Alessandro Di Marzio Lagarelli scored twice for the Nerazim, and Andrea Benozzi twice. 

Federico Rossi put in a good goal from the left wing, as he connected with Alessandro Nesta’s corner to make it 2:1. 

Andrea Pipparola headed home his second goal from close range in the 68th minute.