Left Menu
Development News Edition

Empoli upset 10-man Atalanta 3-2 in Serie A

A last-gasp goal by Empoli defender Matias Silvestre secured a 3-2 home win over 10-man Atalanta in Serie A.

Switzerland midfielder Remo Freuler on Sunday opened the scoring for Atalanta in the 33rd minute, and Empoli came close to equalizing from the penalty spot in the 39th minute, but Italian striker Francesco Caputo's effort hit the post, reports Efe news.

The goals came hot and heavy after that, as just one minute later, Atalanta midfielder Hans Hateboer doubled the lead.

However, just two minutes later, Antonino La Gumina pulled one back for Empoli, and Atalanta went to the half with a 2-1 lead.

After the intermission, Atalanta defender Andrea Masiello made an own goal to gift Empoli the equalizer in the 77th minute.

In the 84th minute, Atalanta forward Josip Ilicic was shown a direct red card and was sent off the pitch.

Empoli made the most of its numerical advantage, as centre-back Matias Silvestre secured the win in the second minute of stoppage time.

With its third victory this season, Empoli climbed to 16th in the Serie A standings with 12 points, six points behind 10th-placed Atalanta.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News.



Future of Food: Technology fostering the road to global food security

Technological innovation can help address most of the pressing issues facing the world today including food security by enhancing productivity, improving financial services, managing resources, addressing environmental concerns, etc....

Conspiracy theories on COVID 19: Legislators, Scientists, and Journalists all joined the Caravan

Conspiracy theories are not new for virus epidemics. There have been conspiracy theories on HIV-AIDS, Polio Vaccines, Ebola Virus, and several other diseases as well. However, what makes the 2019 Novel Coronavirus different from others is ...

Now it’s a war, Uganda deploys army to combat locust swarms

Its for the first time after 1986, the locust swarms have attacked Uganda twice in a season. With the increasing number of countries of Africa under attack by locust swarms, the problem seems to have taken a regional paradigm. Its very diff...

Top 10 Fake News, Myths and Realities on 2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID 19

With nearly 1500 deaths by January 14 and around 65,000 infections in China, the Novel Coronavirus 2019 has become one of the worst health epidemics of the 21st Century. However, 8,573 people have been cured but the rumor mongers are a...


Latest News

Dedicated freight corridor to bring down charges by 50 pc

Dedicated freight corridor is expected to bring down the freight charges by 50 percent when it will become operational in 2021, a top DFCCIL official has said. The dedicated freight corridor project is part of the Golden Quadrilateral conne...

UPDATE 2-Japan minister apologises after woman who left virus-stricken ship tests positive

Japans health minister has apologised after a woman who was allowed to leave a coronavirus-infected cruise ship docked near Tokyo tested positive for the virus. The woman in her 60s disembarked the Diamond Princess in Yokohama on Wednesday ...

S.Korea to raise disease alert level to highest as coronavirus cases climb

South Koreas President Moon Jae-in said on Sunday that the government will raise the countrys disease alert by one notch to the highest level in a bid to contain a surge in new coronavirus cases.New coronavirus cases in the country jumped b...

UPDATE 2-Magnitude 5.7 quake hits Turkey-Iran border area

An earthquake of magnitude 5.7 struck the Turkey-Iran border region early on Sunday, the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre EMSC said, although Turkey and Iran said there were no immediate reports of casualties.The quake had a dept...

Give Feedback