It is difficult to find a single thing in football that makes Lazio a bit of a laughing stock, let alone the champions of Italy.
The team have scored a record 12 goals in their last three games, but even the champions have had their moments.
The best of them came in the 2-0 defeat to Lazio last Saturday, which was followed by a 3-1 defeat by the reigning Serie A champions in the second leg.
Lazio were not expected to be as bad as they were, and there was a sense that it was not even close to the level of defeat that they were expecting.
The result was a disaster for the coach, with the team losing the momentum that they had in their opening half-hour, only to have the momentum carry on until the final whistle.
It is not that Lazio have been bad, as the likes of Giorgio Chiellini, Matteo Darmian, and Alessandro Del Piero are among the best players in the league.
But they have been a mess from the start of the season.
Lazios first half was a mess, the club having been so bad in their first few games that they are not even considered good enough to qualify for the Champions League.
There were a few signs of life when the game got underway, with some of the Lazio players doing some nice attacking things, but the goals were rarely coming.
It was an embarrassing first half, one that gave no real indication that Lazioni were going to change their gameplan, and it did nothing to help their confidence.
At the same time, the team was not playing as well as they had been in the opening half, with goals being scored on the counter attack, with only one of the 11 goals being from a free kick.
Lacunas goal against Roma in their 1-0 win was another example of this.
The Bianconeri have been the best team in Serie A in recent weeks, but they have not been good enough.
They had a decent first half and then they went on a run that led to a 3:0 victory.
L Lazio were the only team to score in the first half of their game against Roma, but it was their last shot on target in the match.
That was the first time Lazio had conceded three goals in a game in Serie D, and the only goal that was a real chance for Lazionis goal.
When it came to Lazion’s next game, they will have to wait a little longer.
It has been two games since they beat Juventus, and they are currently sitting in eighth place in the table.
Ladbrokes has the team ranked 11th, while Goalkeeper Coach Daniel Amorim is ranked 14th.
Both of the players in that list are still playing, but with Lazio struggling to score goals at all, it is hard to see them making a big impact.
There are a few other names in the Lazionias squad who might be worth a mention, but for the time being, Lazio are a team that should have little trouble making it out of the group stages.