Atalanta hardens Milan by three goals in the Italian League

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Rome: Milan fell into the trap of losing to Atalanta, 0/3, during the match that brought them together today, Saturday, in the nineteenth round of the Italian Football League.

This round also saw Inter Milan draw with Udinese negatively, and Roma beat Spezia 4/3.

Atalanta advanced with a goal scored by Christian Romero in the 26th minute, and Josep Ilich added the second goal for Atalanta in the 53rd minute from a penalty kick, before Dovan Zapata finished off Atalanta’s goals in the 77th minute.

Milan’s score stopped at 43 points, while Atalanta raised its score to 36 in fourth place.

In the second match, a goalless draw overshadowed the match between Inter Milan and its host Udinese.

The two teams failed to take advantage of all the opportunities available to them in front of the two goals, so that each of them got a point.

Inter Milan raised its score to 41 points in second place, and Udinese raised its tally to 18 points in fourteenth place.

In the third match, Roma snatched a difficult victory over Spezia 4/3.

Roma scored goals from Borja Mayoral (two goals) in the 17th and 53rd minutes, Rick Carsdorp in the 55th minute and Lorenzo Pellegrini in the second minute of stoppage time for the match, while Spezia scored goals from Roberto Piccoli, Diego Farias and Daniele Verdi in the 24, 59 and final minutes of the match.

Rome raised its score to 37 points in third place, and Spezia’s score stopped at 18 points in fifteenth place.

(Dpa)





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