Teun Koopmeiners helped Atalanta to a point in the Serie A on Sunday. The Dutch international scored in a 1-1 draw against AS Roma, for which Dean Huijsen made his debut. In France, Thijs Dallinga contributed to Toulouse’s cup victory.
Koopmeiners already found the goal for Atalanta against Roma in the eighth minute. The midfielder headed home from a measured cross from Alexey Miranchuk.
Six minutes before half-time, Roma leveled. The ball hit the spot due to a foul by Rick Karsdorp, after which Paulo Dybala took advantage of the penalty.
Immediately after the break, Huijsen came into the line at Roma, which took over the eighteen-year-old Dutch defender on a rental basis from Juventus on Friday. In injury time, Roma coach José Mourinho was sent off for commenting on the arbitration.
Earlier in the day, Juventus escaped losing points against Salernitana. The number two in Serie A won 1-2 thanks to a goal in injury time at the bottom, who played almost the entire second half with ten men due to a second yellow card for Giulio Maggiore.
Maggiore had also given Salernitana the lead six minutes before half-time with a nice long shot. Halfway through the second half, Juventus came alongside through Samuel Iling-Junior, who hit the ball hard into the top corner. Dusan Vlahovic gave ‘De Oude Dame’ the win with a hard header in injury time.
Dallinga scores in Toulouse’s cup victory
In France, Dallinga scored in Toulouse’s 0-3 win over Chambéry in the Coupe de France. With the Dutch national team within ninety minutes, Toulouse easily won against amateur club Chambéry, which plays in the fifth level of France. Naatan Skyttä scored two goals to make the halftime score 0-2.
Six minutes before the end, Dallinga scored his goal by making it 0-3. With the victory over Chambéry, Toulouse, reigning Coupe de France winners, is assured of a place in the last 32 of the tournament.
Myron Boadu came on as a substitute in the cup match between RC Lens and AS Monaco. The match ended 2-2, requiring a penalty shootout.
In the penalty series, Boadu was one of three Monegasques who missed a penalty, but because RC Lens failed no fewer than four times from 11 meters, it was AS Monaco that continued.
Paris Saint-Germain defeated the amateurs of Revel, 0-9, in the sixth level. Kylian Mbappé scored a hat-trick and Randal Kolo Muani scored twice. The remaining goals were scored by Maxence N’Guessan (own goal), Marco Asensio, Gonçalo Ramos and Cher N’Dour.
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