MILAN, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Fiorentina continued their
dreadful start to the season with a 2-1 defeat at home to Lazio
on Saturday which left Sinisa Mihajlovic's men with just one
point from three games.
Adem Ljajic put the hosts ahead from the penalty spot on 19
minutes before Cristian Ledesma struck back just after the half
hour and Libor Kozak netted the second-half winner when
Sebastien Frey could only parry a Hernanes shot.
The Florence club, who reached the knockout stages of the
Champions League last term, lost coach Cesare Prandelli to Italy
in the close season and failed to significantly strengthen in
the transfer window.
Confident Lazio, strugglers in recent years, have six points
from three matches.
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