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Champions League: Atalanta, Zenit record victories

St Petersburg notched the first win of their Group H campaign with a 4-0 victory over Swedish side Malmo FF
Atalanta dominated throughout and Young Boys goalkeeper David Von Ballmoos pulled off several fine saves before Pessina slid in at the near post to stab home a low Duvan Zapata cross in the 68th minute.
Atalanta dominated throughout and Young Boys goalkeeper David Von Ballmoos pulled off several fine saves before Pessina slid in at the near post to stab home a low Duvan Zapata cross in the 68th minute.
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Reuters   |   Bergamo   |   Published 30.09.21, 02:16 AM

Atalanta maintained their good start in the Champions League after an opportunist goal from Italy forward Matteo Pessina midway through the second half helped them to a 1-0 home win over Swiss side Young Boys on Wednesday.

Atalanta dominated throughout and Young Boys goalkeeper David Von Ballmoos pulled off several fine saves before Pessina slid in at the near post to stab home a low Duvan Zapata cross in the 68th minute.

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The home side had a 17th-minute goal ruled out for offside after a VAR check, when Young Boys defender Sandro Lauper turned the ball into his own net, but was let off the hook as Rafael Toloi mistimed his run in the build up.

Hosts Zenit St Petersburg notched the first win of their Group H campaign with a 4-0 victory over Swedish side Malmo FF, who had Anel Ahmedhodzic sent off as they slumped to their second defeat in a row in the competition.



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