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Sunday February 14 2021
Cragno: ‘Cagliari are worried’

Alessio Cragno admits Cagliari are worried, but insists the Sardinians ‘can get out of this.’

The Rossoblu won their last game back in November and sit 18th in the Serie A table with 15 points in 22 games.

“We are worried for a situation that is clearly complicated,” Cragno told Sky Sport Italia.

“However, we know we can get out of this, we have no time to look back and think about what happened. There are 16 games left and we must do our best to improve.

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Sunday February 14 2021
Highlights: Cagliari 0-1 Atalanta

Cagliari were unable to make their early pressure count, so Luis Muriel’s moment of magic rewarded Atalanta before stoppage-time penalty drama.

The Sardinians dominated the first hour, with Berat Djimsiti risking an own goal when his deflection came off the upright.

However, Duvan Zapata’s header struck the bar and La Dea got the only goal with a trademark Muriel supersup solo effort.

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Sunday February 14 2021
EDF: 'Cagliari empty-handed again'

Eusebio Di Francesco is increasingly frustrated after Cagliari ‘allowed Atalanta no shots on target for 70 minutes and ended empty-handed.’

The Sardinians capitulated at the 90th minute when substitute Luis Muriel squirmed between two defenders to score at the near post.

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Sunday February 14 2021
Gasperini keeps lid on Muriel

Gian Piero Gasperini won’t commit to starting Luis Muriel more regularly after the winner against Cagliari, but Atalanta can start preparing for Real Madrid now.

It was a close game in Sardinia, as Muriel came off the bench to score the winner, then in stoppages a penalty was awarded to Cagliari, only to be revoked via VAR.

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Sunday February 14 2021
Cagliari 0-1 Atalanta: Supersub Muriel

Luis Muriel came off the bench to score a late winner for Atalanta, while Cagliari saw their stoppage-time penalty revoked via VAR.

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Sunday February 14 2021
Serie A line-ups

Check out the official line-ups for this afternoon’s Serie A games, Cagliari-Atalanta and Sampdoria-Fiorentina.

They kick off at 14.00 GMT.

You can follow all the build-up and action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

Cagliari-Atalanta

Cagliari: Cragno; Walukiewicz, Godin, Rugani; Zappa, Nandez, Marin, Lykogiannis; Nainggolan, Joao Pedro; Simeone

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Saturday February 13 2021
Milan's first away defeat since Atalanta

Milan have suffered their first away defeat in Serie A in over a year, as the loss to Spezia was their first since Atalanta in December 2019.

The Rossoneri were completely over-run at the Stadio Alberto Picco this evening, with Giulio Maggiore and Simone Bastoni goals.

It was the first time Stefano Pioli’s men had lost on their travels in the league since the infamous 5-0 hammering at the hands of Atalanta on December 22, 2019.

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Saturday February 13 2021
Gasperini jokes about Atalanta Treble

Gian Piero Gasperini jokes Atalanta will ‘give it a go’ if people ask them to win the Treble, but he’d rather focus on beating Cagliari.

It kicks off on Sunday at 14.00 GMT, click here for a match preview.

With a place in the Coppa Italia Final against Juventus and the Champions League Round of 16 with Real Madrid coming up, Gasp had a good laugh when asked if he’s going for the Treble.

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Saturday February 13 2021
Di Francesco seeks Cagliari 'turning point'

Eusebio Di Francesco acknowledges Atalanta are a tough opponent, but trusts Cagliari will finally ‘reach that turning point’ for their season.

It kicks off on Sunday at 14.00 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“There are no certainties at the moment, so I could make changes of tactics or personnel, because we’re trying to buck the trend and finally reach that turning point in our campaign,” said the coach in his press conference.

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Thursday February 11 2021
Papu Gomez celebrates Atalanta Coppa Final

Former Atalanta star Papu Gomez has celebrated La Dea’s qualification to the Coppa Italia Final on social media.

Gomez left the Gewiss Stadium to join Sevilla in the January transfer window after his relationship with La Dea’s coach Gian Piero Gasperini had collapsed.

The Argentinean had spent six seasons and a half in Bergamo scoring 59 goals in 252 games.

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