Italian side Lazio will ban three fans from attending any match at Rome's Stadio Olimpico for life for what it deemed "anti-Semitic" behaviour during the Serie A summit against Roma on Sunday.

Italian authorities reviewed the stadium's surveillance cameras to identify a fan wearing a Lazio shirt bearing the name "Hitlerson" and the number 88 - a reference to the salute "Hill Hitler" - during the 1-<> victory over Roma.

Two other fans were banned for performing the "Roman salute" associated with fascism, a reference to the style of government that dominated Italy before and during World War Two.

Lazio said last night that the three fans had shown "forms of discrimination and anti-Semitism" and that they would issue a lifetime ban after the club received their details from police.