FULL TIME: Atalanta 2 – 1 Fiorentina

Atalanta turns everything around and flies to the Italian Cup Final. The Nerazzurri beat Fiorentina 4-1 at the end of a vibrant match.

Scamacca dominates the scene together with Koopmeiners, but in the final Martinez Quarta had scared the Orobic team with the goal that would have given them qualification. In injury time Lookman and Pasalic close the score with goals to make it 3-1 and 4-1. In Viola Milenkovic behind the board.

Koopmeiners in the 8th minute, Martínez Quarta in the 68th minute, then Scamacca in the 75th minute. Gigliati with ten men after Milenković’s dismissal in the 53rd minute. Lookman in the 95th minute and Pasalic in the 98th minute decide the match. The final against Juve on May 15th at 9pm.

Tonight, at the Gewiss Stadium, the semi-final second leg between Atalanta and Fiorentina took place, ready to compete for access to the Italian Cup final, scheduled for May 15th at the Olimpico in Rome, against Juventus.

Yesterday evening , Allegri’s team , despite losing 2-1 at home to the Biancocelesti, overtook Lazio in the sum of goals scored and conceded between the two semi-final matches (first leg and second leg). In the first leg semi-final, between the Tuscans and the Dea, it was Viola who prevailed with Mandragora’s goal in the 31st minute , forcing Atalanta into a comeback. At the end of the first half, Koopmeiners’ goal was decisive, as he did well to strike Terracciano at the first opportunity.

A few minutes later Scamacca’s feat seems to be worth the +2, but the referee cancels after checking Var for Koopmeiners’ foul on Biraghi at the start of the action. A hard-fought half with the Viola trying to win the game, but the best opportunities were for the Nerazzurri. In the second half both teams started aggressively to avoid extra time, but in the 53rd minute a red card for Milenković and Fiorentina found themselves with ten men.

He didn’t give up and found the equalizer with Martínez Quarta in the 68th minute, the Dea doubled the lead with Scamacca in the 75th minute. But it was a lightning-fast finish that gave Atalanta the final with goals from Lookman in the 94th minute and Pasalic in the 98th minute. Poker and triumph of Gasperini’s team.

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