The result comes days after it booked a place in the Italian Cup final.

By Associated Press
April 29, 2019

MILAN (AP) — Atalanta continued its fantastic season as it produced two late goals to beat relegation-threatened Udinese 2-0 and move into the top four in Serie A on Monday.

The result comes days after it booked a place in the Italian Cup final.

Marten de Roon converted a penalty eight minutes from time after Udinese midfielder Sandro tripped Andrea Masiello, and Mario Pasalic deflected a strike three minutes later.

Rodrigo de Paul hit the post for Udinese and visiting goalkeeper Juan Musso pulled off a number of fine saves to deny Atalanta.

Atalanta moved into fourth spot and the final Champions League berth, a point above fifth-placed Roma and three above Torino and AC Milan.

There are four rounds remaining.

Udinese remained four points above the relegation zone.

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Fiorentina’s miserable form continued as it lost at home to Sassuolo 1-0.

Domenico Berardi scored in the first half and Fiorentina midfielder Jordan Veretout had a penalty saved by Andrea Consigli minutes later.

Sassuolo dominated and Merih Demiral thought he doubled their lead but, after a lengthy wait, it was ruled out on video review for offside.

Fiorentina has won just one of its past 15 matches in all competitions, dating to the beginning of February.

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