ROME — Miroslav Klose provided a perfect cross and Keita scored with a precise volley for a key goal in Lazio's 5-2 win over last-place Hellas Verona in Serie A on Thursday.
That's when Klose showed his experience by stripping the ball from Verona, waltzing up the right flank and lifting a cross toward the charging Keita to put the match out of reach two minutes after he came on.
Antonio Candreva added a penalty for Lazio in the 90th.
The match was played in front of a mostly empty stadium with Lazio's hard-core "ultra" fans banned for racist abuse.
Lazio moved into seventh.