Duván Zapata experiences torture, he played 14 minutes and left the field







Colombian Duván Zapata, striker for Atalanta, retired this Sunday of his team’s league duel against Cagliari after suffering a recurrence of his groin injury, which had already left him off the pitch for the last month and a half.


Duván entered the field 58 minutes into the match at Gewiss Stadium, when his team was trailing 0-1, but had to retire just fourteen minutes later when noticing new discomfort in the groin.

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The Colombian striker left the pitch walking, but visibly annoyed by the pain, and sat on the bench so that the doctors at
Atalanta could study the scope of his problem.

Atalanta’s offensive leader, Duván returned this Sunday after six weeks off in which Atalanta only won one game out of three in Serie A.

In this campaign, the player from Cali he scored nine goals in 16 games.

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