Matteo Pessina grabbed the equaliser for Hellas Verona to hold his high-flying parent club Atalanta 1-1 in Serie A on Saturday. Atalanta move level on points with second-placed Inter Milan, but are six points adrift of Serie A leaders Juventus.
On-loan Pessina tapped in just before the hour mark in Verona minutes after Colombian striker Duvan Zapata had put the visitors ahead. Atalanta move level on 71 points with second-placed Inter Milan, but are six points adrift of Serie A leaders Juventus.
Inter Milan travel to fifth-placed Roma on Sunday, with eight-time holders Juventus on Monday hosting fourth-placed Lazio, who are eight points off top spot. “Talking about the Scudetto was always excessive,” said Gasperini, whose side have now scored in a club record 22 games in a row.
Atalanta’s hopes of a first Scudetto in the team’s 112-year history are all but over with four games left to play. “Since the restart [after coronavirus], we’ve been notching up results at Scudetto-pace, but that was never our objective because something extraordinary had to happen for us, but also for Juventus.
“We lack a point to get to the Champions League,” continued Gasperini, whose side will play Paris Saint-Germain in the last eight of this...