Serie A Week 24: Result ATALANTA 1 – 2 CAGLIARI, Sunday 6 February 2022 Anna Italia
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60% Ball Possession ATALANTA and 40% Ball Possession CAGLIARI
Atalanta 1 – 2 Cagliari
64′ José Luis Palomino                  50′ Gastón Pereiro
🟥Red: 52′ Juan Musso                68′ Gastón Pereiro
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Atalanta, 4th position with 43 points and a positive goal difference of +18
Cagliari, 18th position with 17 points and a negative goal difference of -22

Cagliari responded to the wake-up call and win the Serie A Week 24 game defeating Atalanta on Sunday 6 February 2022 at the Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo, Italy. The defeat is a cold shower for Atalanta on their quest to be among the top 3 positions. Gastón Pereiro, however, signs the personal double and gives the three points to Mazzarri who comes out of the relegation zone and rises to seventeenth place with 20 points. Surely, a wasted opportunity instead for Atalanta who could now be overtaken by Juventus in the standings. A total blow for Atalanta defeated by a team from the relegation zone.

Cagliari opened the score in the 50th minute. It is Gastón Pereiro to defeat Atalanta goalkeeper Musso with a right-footed shot to the bottom left corner. The assist is by Dalbert.

Things getting bad for Atalanta with Referee giving a red card to goalkeeper Juan Musso in the 52nd minute.

Atalanta equalizing for the 1-1 in the 64th minute. José Luis Palomino defeating Cagliari goalkeeper Cragno from very close range with a headed shot to the bottom right corner following a corner.

Cagliari took back the leadership with Gastón Pereiro in the 68th minute.


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✅ Stats before the game. Atalanta have won all of their last four Serie A matches against Cagliari, scoring nine goals and conceding three: only against Parma (six), the Dea has a longer open streak of success in the competition.  Atalanta and Cagliari have not drawn a Serie A match since January 2013 (1-1 with an own goal by Canini and a goal by Stendardo) – since then nine Bergamo wins and six rossoblùs in the following 15 matches. Cagliari have won three of their last four Serie A away games at Atalanta (complete a defeat in the last championship), as many away wins as those recorded in all the remaining 23 away matches against the Dea in the competition (5D, 15L) .  Cagliari have won only one of their last 12 Serie A away games (2-1 against Sampdoria at the beginning of January).

👉 Lineup Atalanta( 4-2-3-1): Musso; Zappacosta, Palomino, Djimsiti, Pezzella; Koopmeiners, Freuler; Pessina, Pasalic, Malinovskyi; Muriel

👉 Lineup Cagliari (3-5-1-1): Cragno; Goldaniga, Lovato, Obert; Bellanova, Marin, Grassi, Dalbert, Lykogiannis; Deiola; Pereiro.

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🇮🇹 Referee Alessandro Prontera from the section of Bologna will be assisted by Alessio Tolfo from the section of Pordenone and Marco Scatragli from the section of Arezzo. The Fourth Official will be Matteo Gariglio from the section of Pinerolo. The VAR will be Marco Di Bello from the section of Brindisi and the AVAR will be Daniele Bindoni from the section of Venice.

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Serie A tickets2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Week 24

Atalanta 1 – 2 Cagliari
Sunday 6 February 2022
Gewiss Stadium
Bergamo, Italy


Fourth Official: GARIGLIO

Goals: 50′ Gastón Pereiro (C), 64′ José Luis Palomino (A), 68′ Gastón Pereiro (C)

🟥Red: 52′ Juan Musso (A)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

Atalanta: Musso, Zappacosta, Djimsiti, Palomino, Pezzella (46′ Mæhle), Freuler, Koopmeiners, Malinovskyi, Pessina (58′ Boga), Pašalić (54′ Rossi), Muriel (58′ Zapata, 72′ Mihaila).

Subs: Sportiello, Toloi, de Roon, Demiral, Hateboer, Scalvini. Allenatore: Gian Piero Gasperini.

Cagliari: Cragno, Obert (87′ Carboni), Lovato, Goldaniga, Lykogiannis, Bellanova (87′ Ceppitelli), Marin, Grassi, Deiola (90′ Kourfalidis), Dalbert (78′ Baselli), Pereiro.

Subs: Aresti, Radunovic, Gagliano, Luvumbo, Desogus, Iovu.

Coach:. Walter Mazzarri