Atalanta narrowly winning in Cagliari, Sampdoria get rid of Fiorentina


This Sunday afternoon on the 22nd day of Serie A, Atalanta traveled to Sardinia to face Cagliari, and at the same time, Sampdoria hosted Fiorentina. The first meeting opposed two teams with different objectives. While the Dea, 7th in the standings, hoped to win again a qualifying place for the European Cup, the Sardinians, them, 18th, sought to obtain the maintenance in the first division. Despite two rather prolific attacks this season, 48 goals scored by Atalanta and 24 for Cagliari, no one could find the net in the first meeting and it was not until the 90th minute to see the Bergamo team open the scoring. , through Luis Muriel. 1-0 final score. Good operation from the Gasperini players who clinched the victory in the last moments thanks to the Colombian striker, so precious this season. Atalanta therefore returned to Lazio with this victory, while the Biancocelesti face Inter tonight.

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And on the other side, we had the right to a more lucrative game with two goals in the first period. The first from Keita Baldé, the former Monegasque, who opened the scoring for the Genoa club (31st), before Vlahovic answered him a few minutes later (37th). 1-1 at the break. In the second half, Sampdoria came to regain the advantage thanks to the eternal Fabio Quagliarella. 2-1 at the final whistle. Sampdoria continued to move away from the red zone with the victory staying in 10th place, while the Viola players continued to worry and got dangerously close to the relegation zone.


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