Roma won their 10th league game of the season Thursday afternoon, beating Atalanta 4-1 at the Gewiss Stadium. They were 1-0 up after one minute of play when England International Tammy Abraham scored with ease to put his team ahead.
Nicolo Zaniolo scored for Roma in the 27th minute off a feed from Jordan Veretout, making it 2-0.
Bryan Cristiante (OG) pulled a goal back for Atalanta in the 45+1 minute to make it 2-1, before Chris Smalling and Tammy Abraham scored to make it 4-1 at the end.
Current Serie A Table After Roma Won 4-1.
AS Roma has now moved up to fifth place in the league rankings, 31 points ahead of Fiorentina, while Atalanta stays third with 37 points.
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