Atalanta won 2-0 in Sampdoria on Sunday, moved up to 4th place in Serie A and turned their Champions League defeat to Real Madrid.
Ruslan Malinovsky broke through five minutes before the break, adding one second in 20 minutes for Robin Gosens to go to Genova.
Gian Piero Gasperini’s team played against Real Madrid in Bergamo, losing 1-0 in more than 70 minutes.
Duvan Zapata was injured in the match and was excluded with Hans Hateboa, and Gasperini lifted the ban on touchlines.
Atalanta was able to thank goalkeeper Marco Sportiello and defender Jose Palomino for clearing the slate before the match began.
A milestone happened when Luis Muriel set up Ukrainian midfielder Malinowski and rushed into the top corner for his second league goal of the season.
Matteo Pessina and Josip Iličić got off the bench an hour ago, after which Atalanta dominated mid-table rivals.
Joakim Mæhre set up Gosens second, with goalkeeper Emil Audero denying Pessina’s visitor third.
Atalanta is in 4th place, the same point as Juventus in 3rd place, which took place 1-1 in Hellas Verona on Saturday.
Inter Milan were able to score 10 points from both Juventus and Atalanta when they faced 12th place Genoa on Sunday.
Rome in 5th place could beat AC Milan in 2nd place in the capital and return to 3rd place.
Atalanta beat Sampdoria 2-0 to move up to 4th place in Serie A
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