Serie A Week 21: Result ATALANTA 3 – 3 TORINO, Saturday 6 February 2021 Anna Italia
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Italian Soccer Serie A

57% Ball Possession ATALANTA and 43% Ball Possession TORINO
Atalanta 3 – 3 Torino

14′ Josip Ilicic                         42′ Andrea Belotti
19′ Robin Gosens                   45′ Bremer
21′ Luis Muriel                         84′ Federico Bonazzoli


Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Torino, 17th position with 15 points and a negative goal difference of -9
Atalanta, 7th position with 36 points and a positive goal difference of +19

Atalanta failing to win  the Serie A Week 21 game against Torino on Saturday 6 February 2021 at the Gewiss Stadium in Turin, Italy.   Atalanta wasted the chance to claim the victory after leading with a 3-0 to end the game with a proud Torino reacting to grab a point after equalizing for the  3-3.

  • Stats before the game: Atalanta have won their last two league matches against Torino, only once Atalanta defeated Torino in three consecutive Serie A matches: between 1995 and 2001.  The 7-0 win against Torino in January 2020 is Atalanta’s biggest win in Serie A history – that was also Torino’s most goal-setting defeat in the top flight, on par with 0- 7 against Milan in 1950.   Balance in the last 10 matches between Atalanta and Turin at the Nerazzurri: four wins on each side and two draws.

Atalanta opening the score in the 15th minute with Josip Ilicic defeating Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner. The assist is by Marten de Roon.

The second goal arriving in the 19th minute by Robin Gosens delivering a right footed shot.

Torino conceding a third goal in the 21st minute with forward Luis Muriel with a right footed shot from very close range. It’s chaos for Torino seeming to have a memory lapse…..

Torino shortening the distance in the 42nd minute for the 3-1 with the goal by forward Andrea Belotti.

Game on, Torino reacting and shorten the distance for the 3-2 in the 45th minute.

Torino reacting and equalize the game for the 3-3 in the 84th minute.   A top response by Bonazzoli who started as a sub in the 81st minute to become a hero for Torino fans with this “equalizer goal.”

Here are Atalanta official starting lineup – formation by Coach Gian Piero Gasperini:

👉 Lineup ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Gollini; Toloi, Romero, Palomino; Ruggeri, De Roon, Pessina, Gosens; Malinovskyi; Ilicic, Muriel 

Here are Torino official starting lineup – formation by Coach:

👉 Lineup TORINO (3-5-2): Sirigu, Izzo, Nkoulou, Bremer; Singo, Lukic, Mandragora, Rincon, Murru; Zaza, Belotti.

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Referee Francesco Fourneau from the section of Roma 1 will be assisted by Matteo Passeri from the section of Gubbio and Rodolfo Di Vuolo from the section of Castellammare di Stabia. The fourth official will be Daniele Doveri from the section of Roma 1. The VAR will be Paolo Valeri from the section of Roma 2 and the AVAR will be Daniele Bindoni from the section of Venezia.

2020 – 2021 Italian Serie A Week 21

Atalanta 3 – 3 Torino
Saturday 6 February 2021
Gewiss Stadium
Bergamo, Italy


Assistants: PASSERI – DI VUOLO
Fourth Official: DOVERI

Goals: 14′ Josip Ilicic (A), 19′ Robin Gosens (A), 21′ Luis Muriel (A), 42′ Andrea Belotti ((T), 45′ Bremer (T), 84′ Federico Bonazzoli (T)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup ATALANTA (3-4-1-2):  Gollini, Toloi, Romero, Palomino, Gosens, de Roon, Pessina (85′ Pašalić), Ruggeri (46′ Djimsiti), Iličić (59′ Miranchuk), Malinovskyi (78′ Lammers), Muriel (59′ Zapata).
Subs: Rossi, Sportiello, Lammers, Freuler, Caldara, Ghislandi, Pašalić.
Coach: Gian Piero Gasperini.
👉 Lineup TORINO (3-5-2): Sirigu, Izzo, Nkoulou, Bremer, Singo (73′ Verdi), Lukic (56′ Baselli), Mandragora, Rincon (81′ Gojak), Murru (46′ Ansaldi), Zaza (81′ Bonazzoli), Belotti.
Subs: Ujkani, Milinkovic-Savic, Lyanco, Vojvoda, Linetty, Buongiorno.
Coach: Davide Nicola.