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The report cards of Genoa-Atalanta 1-4: CDK gives 45 minutes of show, Carnesecchi a wall. Bad Retegui and Gudmundsson

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The report cards of Genoa-Atalanta 1-4: CDK gives 45 minutes of show, Carnesecchi a wall.  Bad Retegui and Gudmundsson

Genoa-Atalanta, a match valid for the 24th matchday of Serie A, ended with a score of 1-4 thanks to goals from De Ketelaere, Malinovskyi, Koopmeiners, Zappacosta and Touré. With this result Atalanta consolidates fourth place while Genoa remains stuck in the center of the table. Below are the votes for the protagonists of the match.

Genoa’s report cards

Josep MARTINEZ 6 – He can do little about the exploits of De Ketelaere and Koopmeiners, sometimes he is a little uncertain in the setup phase, but he doesn’t try his hand at complicated interventions. In the second half he made a couple of excellent saves and was not to blame for Atalanta’s goals.

Mattia BANI 5.5 – Defends well and stops Scamacca, derails in the second half. Causes the free kick from which Koopmeiners draws the joker, giving the advantage back to the Goddess.

Johan VASQUEZ 6 – A dangerous header and the usual run in both phases: the rossoblù defender is tireless and spreads his energy to his teammates too.

Alessandro VOGLIACCO 5.5 – It starts well, but then De Ketelaere gets lost and scores a great goal. The Belgian also catches him unprepared in a couple of potentially dangerous situations and then exits the match.

Stefano SABELLI 5.5 – Nervous and late in various coverages: even in attack he pushes much less than usual and proves not to be particularly inventive.

from 83′ JUNIOR MESSIAS 5.5 – Some good ideas and little else.

Ruslan MALINOVSKYI 6.5 – In the first half he was content to play a purely defensive role with quite modest results. In the offensive phase he is null and dirty his game with a significant amount of technical errors not of his. The masterpiece of the momentary equalizer appears to be an isolated episode.

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Milan BADELJ 6 – He lends a hand in attack, but when not in possession he often struggles to keep up with his opponents and his midfield filter isn’t excellent.

from the 63rd minute Caleb EKUBAN 5.5 – A good ball is needed for Gudmundsson, even if his teammate is hypnotized by Carnersecchi. For the rest he does not take part in noteworthy actions.

Kevin STROOTMAN 5.5 – The former Roma player starts a couple of promising actions but makes several errors in coverage and is unable to compete with the frenetic pace given to the match by De Ketelaere and his teammates.

from 63′ Aaron MARTIN 6 – He puts in energy and sometimes transforms his determination into impetuosity: not an exciting impact but at least he tries.

Morten FRENDRUP 6 – The usual bulldog: in the dirty game he gets excited and manages to find the keys to open Atalanta’s defense, even if his teammates don’t materialize his initiatives. For the rest he is the protagonist of the usual tackles and recoveries.

Mateo RETEGUI 5.5 – With the exception of a shot from outside the area that involves Carnesecchi, he is unable to impact the match or communicate well with his teammates.

Albert GUDMUNDSSON 5 – A couple of interesting accelerations and nothing more for the rossoblù playmaker, who in the second half was hypnotized by Carnesecchi and devoured the equalizing goal.

Coach: Alberto GILARDINO 6 – Genoa fight almost on equal terms against an objectively stronger team. The first half needs to be cancelled, the second is very good in terms of intensity even if the Goddess spreads at the end. The result is at least partly a lie.

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Atalanta’s report cards

Marco CARNESECCHI 7.5 – He can do nothing about Malinovskyi’s pearl, otherwise he is impeccable in his outputs and readings. He saves Gudmundsson’s close shot which he could have equalized by attempting a super intervention.

Giorgio SCALVINI 6.5 – He is now becoming an all-rounder, defends well and initiates most of Atalanta’s offensive actions. Even when the Goddess is in difficulty, his figure is a totem that transmits certainty to her companions. For millimeters we see a goal that he scored without shoes canceled out.

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Berat DJIMSITI 6 – Play an orderly match, without serious errors and without jolts.

Saed KOLASINAC 6 – A mastiff who is increasingly finding his dimension in Gasperini’s schemes. Well done at blocking Genoa’s counterattacks and working in symbiosis with his teammates.

Emil HOLM 5.5 – He doesn’t show up much: he runs a lot but often runs in vain.

from 57′ Davide ZAPPACOSTA 6.5 – Definitely more incisive than his teammate, he is the protagonist of excellent crosses and great interventions. In the final he finds the net that closes the game.

Marten DE ROON 6 – Good in the interdiction phase, even if not always constant within the match.

Mario PASALIC 6.5 – It seems like he goes around the pitch on a scooter: there are moments of the match in which he goes twice as fast as his teammates and opponents: he closes the match with two recoveries which lead to the two goals which allow Atalanta to fly away.

Teun KOOPMEINERS 7.5 – Takes a masterful free kick and draws football for the entire duration of the match with running and class.

Matteo RUGGERI 6 – He does his job, no more and no less with strides and lots of coverage: in terms of spirit of sacrifice he is one of the best.

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Gianluca SCAMACCA 5.5 – He moves little and badly, takes few balls and receives many reproaches from Gasperini.

from the 57th minute El-Bilal TOURÉ 6.5 – At the start he makes a few mistakes in his movements but at the end he finds the goal to make it 4-1 and proves he can oust Scamacca in the hierarchy: not a bad debut for a player who has been out of action for August due to injury.

Charles DE KETELAERE 7 – For 45 minutes he is phenomenal: he scores a champion goal and teaches Genoa’s defense. In the second half he drops and is taken over. If this boy finds consistency he can become even more impactful.

from 57′ Aleksej MIRANCHUK 6 – He isn’t flawless in managing the final counterattacks and messes up a lot, but he still needs an assist for Touré and so he gets to six.

Coach: Gian Piero GASPERINI 8 – His Atalanta is a real big team and wins a complex match on a difficult pitch with ideas and various interpretations of the match plan. The Goddess has the strength to unite and react to difficulties. Fourth place is more than deserved.

Motta: “Ancelotti, Gasperini and Mou are fantastic: I really hope to imitate them”

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