Atalanta rewrite another record When Atalanta rewrites its history, it usually tends to bring out numbers, statistics, and even a suitcase full of memories. The group stages were passed without problems two matchdays ahead, but can this team be defined as superior to the last Dea that passed the Europa League group stages? That Atalanta of 2017-2018, which, with a group as young as it was hungry, managed to accomplish a great feat by beating Lyon, Apollon, and Everton (different opponents from those today). 2017-2018: *8 points; 2 wins and 2 draws with 8 goals scored and 3 conceded (*14 at the end of the group stage) 2023-2024: 10 points; 3 wins, 1 draw with 7 goals scored and 3 conceded. Andrea Malgeri, manager of Atalanta, told BBC Sports, “We are very proud of what this team has achieved so far in the Europa League. The comparison with the previous record-breaking team is inevitable, and we are pleased with the progress we are making.” He added, “we have a strong and talented squad, and we hope to continue this positive run in the competition.”

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