Lazio striker Joaquin Correa has revealed that the Italian side are ‘ready to fight’ Celtic in their next Europa League clash on Thursday night.

The Argentinian claimed they were unlucky to have lost to the Celts in Glasgow and said the club aims to ‘make up for it’ when the two sides face each other again.

Correa scored the winning goal in Lazio’s 2-1 victory over AC Milan, marking it his 100th goal for the club and Lazio’s first win against AC in the San Siro for 30 years.

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Speaking after the match, he said: We have been playing really well for a few weeks now and this was just the latest big win for us.

"Even when we lost, like in Glasgow against Celtic, we actually played really well. We didn't deserve to lose, but we have a chance to make up for it this week.

"Football can be like that sometimes where you are playing well and you still go away with nothing. But if we keep playing like that, we will win far more than we lose.

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"I think I am improving every day as a player here and of course it helps a great deal when you work with a striker like Ciro Immobile.

"I have some amazing teammates at the club too. We are all very determined and ready to fight for Lazio.

"It's really important now we keep this run going and that means defeating Celtic this week to give ourselves a chance of qualifying in the Europa League."