Serie A Week 7: Result ATALANTA 2 – 3 AC MILAN, Sunday 3 October 2021 Anna Italia
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56% Ball Possession ATALANTA and 44% Ball Possession AC MILAN

     Atalanta 2  – 3 AC Milan

86′ Duván Zapata (pen)              1′ Davide Calabria
94′ Mario Pašalić                         43′ Sandro Tonali
.                                                          78′ Rafael Leão
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game
AC Milan, 3rd position with 16 points and a positive goal difference of +9
Atalanta, 7th position with 11 points and a positive goal difference of +2

AC Milan passing a tough test in Bergamo.   Atalanta almost win the Serie A Week 7 scaring AC Milan in the last 10 minutes on Sunday 3 October 2021 at the Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo, Italy.  AC Milan with a wide lead of 3-0 then Atalanta waking up in the 86th minute and 94th minute to score 2 goals and almost grabbing a draw.   The sign of relief for AC Milan who were pursuing the victory to keep up the neck to neck race with Napoli in the 1st position with 21 points and Milan with 19 points.  The victory seeing AC Milan equaling  their best start in the era of three points per win in their first seven Serie A games: 19 in 2003/04.

The flash ! Davide Calabria opening the score for AC Milan in the 1stt minute defeating Atalanta goalkeeper Musso from very close range with a left footed shot tot he center!

AC Milan not slowing down and before ending the first half scores for the 2-0. In the 43rd minute, Sandro Tonali just keeping focused and delivered a right footed shot to the bottom right corner!!!

It is the turn of Rafael Leão to seal the result. A well orchestrated pass by Theo Hernández passing the ball to Leão for the final right footed shot!

Atalanta shortening the distance in the 86th minute. It is Colombian forward Duván Zapata to convert a penalty defeating AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan with a right footed shot to the high center.

What a dramatic ending! Atalanta waking up in the last 10 minutes. In the 94th minute, the goal by Mario Pašalić from very close range with a right footed shot.

👉 Lineup ATALANTA (3-4-2-1): Musso; Djimsiti, Demiral, Palomino; Zappacosta, de Roon, Freuler, Mæhle; Malinovskyi, Pessina; Zapata.

👉 Lineup AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): Maignan; Calabria, Tomori, Kjær, Hernández; Tonali, Kessie; Saelemaekers, Díaz, Leão; Rebić.

✅  Stats before the game.  Milan are the team against which Atalanta have drawn the most matches in Serie A: 43 out of 120 games overall (25 Nerazzurri and 52 Rossoneri successes complete the balance sheet); six of the last 12 league matches between these two teams ended in a draw.  In the last six Serie A matches between Atalanta and Milan the same result has never been repeated twice in a row (in the last match the Rossoneri won in Bergamo in May). Since Gian Piero Gasperini coached Atalanta (2016/17), AC Milan is one of the two teams (with Juventus) against which the Bergamo players have won fewer matches (only one , 5-0 in December 2019). Atalanta collected 11 points in the first six days of this championship: they had earned 12 points after the first six games played in 2020/21 and 13 in 2019/20.

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Atalanta 1  – 3 AC Milan
Sunday 3 October 2021
Gewiss Stadium
Bergamo, Italy


Referee: DI BELLO
Fourth Official: DOVERI

Goals: 1′ Davide Calabria (M), 43′ Sandro Tonali (M) ,78′ Rafael Leão (M), 86′ Duván Zapata (pen) (A), 94′ Mario Pašalić  (A)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉 Lineup ATALANTA (3-4-2-1):  Musso; Djimsiti, Demiral (46′ Koopmeiners), Palomino; Zappacosta, de Roon, Freuler (87′ Pašalić), Mæhle (56′ Muriel); Malinovskyi (56′ Iličić), Pessina (24′ Pezzella); Zapata. ‘

Subs: Rossi, Sportiello; Lovato, Scalvini; Miranchuk; Piccoli.

Coach: Gian Piero Gasperini.

AC MILAN (4-2-3-1): Maignan; Calabria, Kjær, Tomori, Hernández (80′ Ballo-Touré); Tonali (80′ Bennacer), Kessie; Saelemaekers, Díaz (74′ Messias), Leão (90′ Pellegri); Rebić.

Subs: Jungdal, Tătărușanu; Conti, Gabbia, Kalulu, Romagnoli; Castillejo; Maldini.

Coach: Stefano Pioli.

Booked: 40′ de Roon (A), 42′ Díaz (M), 52′ Tomori (M), 85′ Messias (M), 87′ Leão (M).