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ITALIAN SERIE A

2019/2020 Season

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2 Inter Milan 6 0 1 18
3 Atalanta 5 1 1 16
4 Napoli 4 1 2 13
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Solomon strikes late winner as Shakhtar beat Atalanta 2-1

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Shakhtar earn their first Champions League win with victory over Atalanta.

A goal deep into stoppage time by substitute Manor Solomon snatched all three points for Shakhtar Donetsk as they beat Atalanta 2-1 in their Champions League Group C clash in Milan on Tuesday.

The Italians were looking to bounce back from an embarrassing 4-0 opening-day defeat to Dinamo Zagreb, while Donetsk were also looking for their first points of the campaign, having been beaten 3-0 at home by Manchester City.

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Atalanta hand Roma first league loss of season

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Atalanta record consecutive away wins courtesy of Duvan Zapata and Marten de Roon's second half goals. To watch Serie A, subscribe to ESPN+.

AS Roma suffered their first defeat of the Serie A season as Atalanta stunned the capital side with a 2-0 win at the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday.

Duvan Zapata came off the bench to hammer in the opener in the second half before Marten de Roon's header sealed victory in stoppage time.

Paulo Fonseca's first defeat as Roma coach left his side two points behind third-placed Atalanta in the standings and continued a poor run for the capital club in this fixture.

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Atalanta 'disassociates' from racist chants

Atalanta issued a statement "disassociating" the club from racist chants by its fans, while several prominent figures in Italy on Monday applauded a decision to halt the club's Serie A game because of the abuse.

And FIFA President Gianni Infantino called for more action to combat racism in the country.

"Yesterday we had another incident of racism in Italian football," Infantino said in a speech at the FIFA Best Awards ceremony in Milan. "This is not acceptable any more. We have to say this. "We...