Atlanta defeated Cagliari 2: 5, game summary

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After Rome defeated Udinese, the third round of Serie A continues today (Sunday) with no less than six games. In focus, two top-flight battles: Lazio will host Inter (16:00) and Juventus will face Napoli (21:45). Earlier it was Atlanta, perhaps the most exciting team in Europe, that exploded on Cagliari in Diego Godin’s debut and climbed to the top of the table.

Atlanta – Cagliari 2: 5
17 goals were scored in Atlanta’s first three games. After two quartets away in the two opening rounds (one of them away against Lazio), the team from Bergamo returned home and bombed a quartet already in the first half. Luis Muriel (7), Papu Gomes (29), Mario Pashalic (37) and Duban Spata (42) closed the story early and were unmoved by Diego Godin who temporarily equalized (24) with a typical bump in his debut in the Cagliari uniform, which managed to shrink to 4 : 2 from Joao Pedro’s feet in the 52nd minute, but absorbed another goal from Sam Lamers (81), the purchasing striker who came from PSV Eindhoven and made way for Eran Zehavi.

After three rounds in Serie A, the attacking Atlanta looks like a team that will speak loudly and it stands proudly at the top of the table with a perfect balance and no less than 12 right goals. After the national team break, the hot team from Bergamo will host Napoli for an intriguing game in which they hope to provide another statement about their intentions. Cagliari, on the other hand, recorded a second straight loss and balanced one point. In the next round it will host Torino and hope to record a debut victory this season.

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