Atalanta vs. AC Milan - Football Match Report

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Franck Kessie (CM) - After impressing during his time as part of Atalanta's squad, Kessie joined Milan on a two-year loan deal in 2017 and is expected to feature against his parent club after being given permission to play by La Dea.

"I was being marked closely, but I knew the ball would come into the box sooner or later, so I made the movement to ensure I got there first", Piatek told Milan TV.

Piatek took his season's Serie A total to 17, just two behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

Milan remained in fourth place and the final Champions League qualifying berth, four points ahead of Roma and Lazio, who both have a game in hand, and Atalanta.

"When I arrived everyone was nice to me and I feel good here. I am a striker, so I'd like to score in every game".

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Atalanta had started the game stronger and took the lead after 33 minutes when Freuler raced onto Josip Ilicic's cut-back and powered a finish under Gianluigi Donnarumma.

The in-form Piatek then secured victory in the 61st minute, outjumping Duvan Zapata to head in from a Calhanoglu corner for his sixth goal in five matches since joining Milan from Genoa in January, and his 25th strike in 26 appearances in all competitions this season.

Ten-man Cagliari moved six points clear away from the relegation zone after coming from behind to beat Parma 2-1 on Saturday afternoon.

Juraj Kucka broke the deadlock for Parma five minutes before the break but Leonardo Pavoletti levelled matters for Cagliari in the 65th minute and netted the victor two minutes before time to complete his brace.

Juraj Kucka headed in from Massimo Gobbi's cross to give the visitors the lead five minutes before half-time. The first for a foul on Kucka and the second for dissent immediately after the booking.

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