Atalanta vs Marseille Player Ratings at La Dea reach the first European final

Atalanta vs Marseille Player Ratings at La Dea reach the first European final

Atalanta vs Marseille Summary

Atalanta will face Bayer Leverkusen in the Europa League final after trashing Marseille three goals to nil at Gewiss Stadium. The host’s three goals came from Ademola Lookman, Matteo Ruggeri, and El Bilal Toure.

Gian Piero Gasperini’s squad won 4-1 on aggregate after winning the reversed leg away a week ago. Going through the final has been the best milestone for Atalanta who only managed to reach the quarter final twice (1991 and 2022).

Atalanta Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and Defence

Juan Muss0 (7.2/10
Not quite a busy day for the Argentinian with no saves or punches he has made in the game.

Berat Djimsiti (7.5/10)
One of the busiest players for Atalanta today, switching sides with De Roon on the far-left flank. He has contributions of clearing the ball off of the area five times plus three tackles in the game.

Isak Hien (7.0/10)
Displayed a solid partnership alongside De Roon and Djimsiti at the center of the backline. He was really into the game, guarding the area with winning duels and tackles for Atalanta.

Marten de Roon (6.5/10)
The captain showed fantastic leadership at the back, running down the flank to keep Marseille from scoring.


Éderson (6.7/10)
The Brazilian acted as a midfield guard, challenging and charging the opponent players which resulting him to receive a yellow.

Teun Koopmeiners (7.5/10)
Contributed a lot in Atalanta’s attacking plan today, providing balls for the frontline including Lookman and Scamacca.

Davide Zappacosta (6.6/10)
No key passes, crosses, or long balls from the Italian tonight. Let alone an assist of even a goal

Matteo Ruggeri (8.1/10)
Apart from his goal contribution, Ruggeri maintained the composure in midfield area with a good link-up alongside Charles De Ketelaere and Ademola Lookman.


Charles De Ketelaere (7.2/10)
The Belgian had a fun game on the pitch, creating chances for his teammates throughout the game including one assist for Lookman in the first half.

Ademola Lookman (8.3/10)
The London-born winger was actively involved in Atalanta’s attacking scheme with giving multiple threats for the visitors including one assist for Matteo Rugeri

Gianluca Scamacca (6.8/10)
One of the hardest worker player on the pitch despite failing to score. Scamacca’s presence gives some distraction for Marseille in front of the goal with his one shot hitting the woodwork.


Giorgio Scalvini (6.7/10)
Managed to keep the composure in the midfield when replacing Ederson in the second half. Scalvini made two tackles and interceptions during 34 minutes being on the pitch.

Aleksei Miranchuk (6.5)
Came on to give a fresh power for Atalanta in the last minutes of the game.

Mario Pasalic (6.6/10)
Appearing in the last 30 minutes of the game, Pasalic had delivered 10 successful passes out of 11 attempts which enough to keep the ball possession for Atalanta.

Han Hateboer (6.7/10)
His presence was nothing more than just to keep the lead for Atalanta. Hatebour had no significant threatening passes or shots for Marseille in the rest of the game.

El Bilal Toure (7.4/10)
Replacing Ademola Lookman in the second half to keep the game went on the home team’s favour. He put the ice on the cake with scoring in the 90th minute to seal the deal for Atalanta.

Marseille Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and Defence

Pau López (6.9/10)
Despite conceding two goals, Lopez worked so hard under the woodwork with his five saves which three of them were shots from inside the box.

Leonardo Balerdi (6.4/10)
Had a tough challenge from Atalanta’s Davide Zappacosta during the game. The Argentinian had three tackles and four clearances during his presence on the pitch.

Samuel Gigot (7/10)
The captain worked hard at the back to keep the area despite Atalanta’s two goals. He is the most outstanding player in the defensive line with six clearances, three tackles and two interceptions.

Chancel Mbemba Mangulu (6.4/10)
Having a passive role defensively for Marseille in the game with not much contribution for the attacking part despite playing down the flank.


Jordan Veretout (7.5/10)
His presence has given a tough time for Atalanta’s Ederson who was booked for challenging him in the midfield. He occupied 63 touches to deliver 39 successful passes for his teammates before coming off in the 78th minute.

Geoffrey Kondogbia (6.9/10)
Helped Marseille to earn a goal with his passes and shots, including the who went off the target in the first half.

Quentin Merlin (6.7/10)
Working down the left flank, Merlin contributed fairly well for Marseille with five successful long passes, the best among the visitors team.

Jonathan Clauss (6.7/10)
Almost put Marseille level with his chip attempt in the second half apart from his one key pass contribution for the visitors.


Amine Harit (6.8/10)
Found hard time to break into Atalanta’s defensive line with sending not even a single shot during the game.

Iliman Ndiaye (6.3/10)
He only managed to launch shots twice during the game which both going off the target. He proceed to play for 59 minutes before being replaced by Ismaila Sarr.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (6.6/10)
Owing to his reputation, Auba became one of Marseille’s most guarded players in the game. He appeared for 87 minutes without sending a single shot on target.


Azzedine Ounahi (6.5/10)
The Moroccan may have delivered 95 percent of his passing contribution during the game but failed to give a real change for Marseille during 31 minutes playing.

Ismaila Sarr (6.5/10)
The former Watford winger was expected to bring a difference into the game with his explosivity which he failed to do son. During the 31 minutes of his presence, Sarr only managed to touch the ball 17 times with no shots.

Faris Pemi (6.4/10)
He touched the ball six time with one successful dribble attempt during the 18 minutes of his presence on the pitch.

Luis Henrique (6.2/10)
Given a tough job to bring changes in the last 18 minutes of normal time. He only managed to deliver seven passes out of 12 attempts during his appearance.

Joaquin Correa (6.5/10)
Coming on six minutes into the stoppage time, the good-looking Argentinian had no chance to show his real capacity with no pass delivered from his three-touch of the ball.

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