Duvan Zapata scores four in 5-0 demolition of Frosinone
Duvan Zapata was in fine form, plundering Frosinone with four goals with Gianluca Mancini opening the rout for Atalanta against Frosinone.
Gasperini side took just 11 minutes to break the deadlock, as centre-back, Gianluca Mancini rose highest to head home on-loan Chelsea midfielder Mario Pasalic cross from the left to notch his fifth goal of the season.
Duvan Zapata was close to adding the second as his attempted a back-heel flick on a Hans Hateboer pull-back went past the goal but Pasalic rescued the ball, sending in a cross for the Colombian to double Atalanta’s lead.
The Canaries conceded a third, two minutes after the restart, as Djimsiti slipped Duvan Zapata who sprung the offside trap and evaded a desperate tackle to fire the angled shot past goalkeeper.
Duvan Zapata became the first player for Atalanta to score four goals in over fifty years through Timothy Castagne cross that Hateboer headed across for Zapata to volley and go with the match ball and finished off from a near post header on Pessina’s cross after the corner was not cleared effectively.