Untroubled in first half but produced a number of fine saves to keep his side in the game. Without the Slovenian in goal Udinese may not have held on to the three points.
The Colombian was resolute as usual but struggled to keep out the number of crosses into the box from Lazio.
Struggled at times as the likes of Hernanes and Zarate were troubling him but did well in possession of the ball.
The center back was lucky his side didn’t lose as he took down Tommaso Rocchi to concede a penalty and earned a red card.
Played well but along with his defensive teammates, was lucky to get away with conceding only one goal.
Used his athleticism to his advantage against a skillful oppositional midfield and helped with counter attacks.
Battled against the opposition all afternoon and even set up Di Natale’s second goal with a pass across the box.
Was ever present in going forward for his side and set up a few chances, although he was awarded a yellow card late in the second half for attempting a dive in the penalty area.
In the first half Badu was being exploited by Lichtsteiner and was extremely lucky that Lazio didn’t profit.
Always looked a danger whenever he was in possession of the ball. He set up Di Natale’s first goal and was involved in the second.
A. Di Natale
Played a brilliant game throughout, as he was constantly a threat. His two finely taken goals means he now has 28 for the season in Serie A.
Had a fine game as he stopped a number of shots on goal but his defense was at fault for the two his side conceded.
Had a similar game to Dias as the first 45 minutes were extremely difficult to deal with.
The Spaniard had a poor game and both Udinese goals came from his side of the pitch. He was replaced at halftime by Scaloni.
The best defender of the day for Lazio as he was constantly making runs down the wing and was always a threat to Badu.
Struggled to keep hold of Di Natale in the first half but played better in the second half and he was even close to scoring.
Matuzalem had a difficult game in the defensive midfield and failed to stop Udinese's attacks in the first half.
The experienced veteran was captain for the day in place of Stefano Mauri. He was combative but didn't have a huge effect on the game.
It was a big test for the youngster who looked out of sorts during the game.
The Brazilian was skillful as usual and won a few free kicks, though he was replaced by forward Libor Kozak.
Lazio's biggest threat of the day as his balls into the box were always hard to deal with. However, his penalty was saved by Muslera but made up for it by setting up Kozak.
Looked uncomfortable in the position he played in and was replaced by Rocchi in the second half.
- 6 E. Belardi
The youngster was a second half substitute but barely saw the ball in a time when the game was spent in Udinese's half.
The defender replaced Armero in the 90th minute and did his job to stop Lazio from equalising.
- 23 A. Abdi
- 16 G. Denis
Came on to hold the ball up and used his experience where it was needed and had a shot on goal but was comfortably saved by Muslera.
- 4 J. Cuadrado
- 12 T. Berni
Replaced Garrido at left back and performed better than his team mate.
- 81 S. Del Nero
- 23 M. Bresciano
The experienced Italian came on and instantly won a penalty for his side.
The big forward terrorized the Udinese defense when he came on. He tapped in Zarate's cross and was unfortunate not to score again.
- 77 G. Sculli