Atalanta-Fiorentina 2-3, the report cards: double Belotti at the last, Lookman confirms himself

Final result: Atalanta-Fiorentina 2-3

ATALANTA (by Paolo Lora Lamia)

Carnesecchi 6 – He stands out with some good outings, in a match in which he doesn’t have much responsibility for the three goals conceded in the first half.

Toloi 6 – He defends with mixed success in his area of ​​expertise, sometimes also accompanying the offensive action. From 74′ Djimsiti 6 – Final match with various Viola initiatives to manage, but he performs this task as best as possible.

Hien 6 – Difficult start, as Belotti lets himself slip away when he unlocks the match. For the rest, good presence in the center of the area.

Scalvini 6 – The first part of the match was fluctuating, in which he was first late on Nico Gonzalez during the 1-2 draw and then made amends by equalizing with a great right-footed shot from outside the area. He comes out in pain, after falling badly on a duel with Ikoné. From 84′ Hateboer sv.

Holm 5.5 – His runs down the right lane are continuous, but don’t always end with precise crosses for his teammates in the area. From 57′ Miranchuk 6.5 – Excellent impact on the match for the Russian, who during the second half was the most dangerous of his team.

Pasalic 6 – Pretty anonymous in the middle of the field. He makes himself preferred after the break, when he comes forward with greater consistency.

Ederson 6 – He goes for all the balls as usual, not having the desired result almost only with the retreat of the first Viola advantage in the action.

Ruggeri 6 – Of the two Nerazzurri wingers, he is the one who is preferred, due to his presence and danger in the attacking phase. Better in the first half of the game.

Koopmeiners 5.5 – Definitely in the shade compared to its seasonal standards. He grows as the match goes on, but not enough to deserve a pass.

Lookman 7 – He confirmed himself in a great moment, equalizing Belotti’s strike with a delicious lob from CDK’s through ball. From 57′ Scamacca 6 – He doesn’t have any major scoring opportunities, but in the end he still comes close to making it 3-3 with a header saved by Martinelli.

De Ketelaere 6.5 – He starts as an offensive reference, but most of the time he lowers himself to the midfield to launch his teammates. In fact, Lookman made it 1-1 from one of his assists. From 74′ Toure 5.5 – A couple of initiatives on the left, but in general the last part of the match was not exciting.

Gian Piero Gasperini 6 – The championship ends with an internal defeat, which still gives the satisfaction of returning to the Champions League. In the second half, new energy arrived among the substitutes, especially from Miranchuk. Classic end-of-season test.

FLORENTINA (by Dimitri Conti)

Martinelli 6.5 – Baptism by fire, Lookman introduces himself face to face, a little late on Scalvini. Half a point more for the emotion and the save against Scamacca.

Kayode 6 – Discreet in the high aggression phase, less precise when there is a need to fall back. But the balance of his first season among the greats is more than positive.
From 88′ Faraoni sv.

Martinez Fourth 6 – Departure in which he opens the line too easily for Lookman’s run following a throw from De Ketealere, but the rest of his game continues to grow.

Ranieri 6 – He makes a mistake in holding his position on the through ball which sends Lookman towards goal, another mistake in a not very prosperous personal moment. But the rest is fine.

Biraghi 6.5 – Fairly careful in the lane, he takes advantage of the uninspired evening for Atalanta’s right-wingers. And he also manages to serve a nice assist to Gonzalez.

Lopez 6 – Probably his last as a Fiorentina player, he gets a full pass before returning to Sassuolo. He doesn’t stand out too much.

Duncan 6 – With Lopez next to him, it is up to him to counteract the right kilos and centimeters against the strong Atalanta midfield. Complete test, in which he does his best but misses a goal.
From 77′ Infantino sv.

Gonzalez 7 – He ends his last match of the season with a great volleyed goal, but the face with which he (does not) celebrate tells more than anything else about his poor performance last Wednesday.
From 88′ Barak sv.

Beltran 6 – The attacking midfielder doesn’t really seem like his position, he doesn’t get discouraged despite having to play there again. A few small ideas, nothing transcendental.
From 77′ Ikone sv.

Castrovilli 6.5 – Now firmly placed on the left wing of the attack, it is from there that he starts the soft left-footed player for Belotti’s first goal. Quality and presence.
From 66′ Kouame 6 – As always present in terms of temperament and contribution, in terms of presence in scoring opportunities, not much is noticeable.

Belotti 7.5 – Also last for him with Fiorentina, he sealed the occasion with a brace as an area robber. Qualities that perhaps Florence would have liked to see sooner.

Vincenzo Italian 6.5 – The last one on the Fiorentina bench requests a special greeting and decides to honor the commitment, limiting the formation surprises to Martinelli in goal and a couple of other second rows. The lightness of her commitment gives hers the liveliness lost in the night in Athens and a noble farewell victory.