Last updated: 17/02/19 8:52

Krzysztof Piatek celebrates his double for Milan

Krzysztof Piatek celebrates his double for Milan

AC Milan recovered from a lost position and won 3-1 in Atalanta
her quest for qualification for the Champions League.

The three important points strengthen the fourth place and bring them four points ahead of their hosts, who stay next to Roma and Lazio Roma at 38, in the goal difference, however, remain in fifth place.

Atalanta took the lead in the 33rd minute when Josip Ilicic impressively switched to Remo Freuler, who scored from 12 yards and then watched the ball go wide under goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnaruma's arm
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The visitors equalized at half-time when the towering Krzysztof Piatek hit the ball to whistle goalkeeper Etrit Berisha from a left flank.

Hakan Calhanoglu put them ahead in the 55th minute as he scored an impressive finish to the far corner from 20 yards, perhaps against the barrel of the match.

In the 61st minute, the form-winning Piatek took the win and overtook Duvan Zapata from a corner of Calhanoglu for his sixth goal in five games since moving from Genoa to Milan in January and scoring his 25th goal this season at 26 Stakes scored.

Cagliari also came from behind to defeat Parma 2: 1 at home with 10 men.

Juraj Kucka moved forward from Massimo Gobbi's cross to give the visitors a lead five minutes before half-time.

Leonardo Pavoletti put Cagliari on target in the 65th minute and his 85th-minute header saved all three points.

Joao Pedro was sent off in the final minutes after receiving a yellow card for a foul on Kucka before receiving a second warning over his reaction to the first booking.

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