Atalanta handed Udinese what will go down as one of the worst drubbings of the entire season despite actually going down the score early and easily took home the coveted shout-out in this round.
The Orobici came into the game in third position after drawing against Lazio last week, but had to wash away the bitter taste of the lesson taught them by Manchester City in Champions League on Tuesday. Gian Piero Gasperini was forced to change the back-line due to injuries to Andrea Masiello and José-Luis Palomino, so Simon Kjaer and Berat Djimsiti got the nod. Timothy Castagne relieved Robin Gosens on the left flank, while Alejandro Gomez played despite drawing the questionable tag. Continue reading