Marco Parolo of Lazio grabs the ball after he scores against Olympique Marseille at Stadio Olimpico, Rome on Thursday. Photo: Collected

Marco Parolo and Joaquin Correa allowed Lazio to beat last season’s Europa League Finalists Olympique Marseille 2-1 and book their place in the next round, Calciomercato reports.
The Aquile followed up on the 3-1 win at the Stade Velodrome, as last season’s Europa League finalists Marseille have managed just one point from the opening four group games. Because Apollon Limassol lost 3-2 to Eintracht Frankfurt, the Italians and Germans have mathematically It was a return to the Olimpico for ex-Roma men Kevin Strootman and Rudi Garcia, who adapted to a 3-4-3 system. The hosts missed Lucas Leiva, Milan Badelj and Senad Lulic, but Joaquin Correa returned from suspension. Felipe Caicedo had been due to start, but pulled out at the last minute with a muscular problem. Visiting supporters were banned after repeated instances of crowd trouble, rioting before, during and after the first leg game. The French side had a huge chance after six minutes, as a throw-in was knocked on twice for Hiroki Sakai unmarked six yards out, but Thomas Strakosha flung himself at the wing-back’s feet to smother.
Correa sprinted into the box and went down under a nudge in the back from Luiz Gustavo, but the referee waved play on. Clinton Njie tested Strakosha at the near post and the goalkeeper beat away a Thauvin snapshot from outside the box. However, Lazio broke through with the last kick of the half. Ciro Immobile flicked a cross high up into the air, Parolo read its trajectory better than Caleta-Car and his header from 12 yards bounced in off the inside of the far post.