Ademola Lookman was in action in Sunday’s Serie A match that saw Atalanta lose to Lazio 3-2.
In eight appearances this current season in the league, the Nigerian international has scored two goals.
In the sixty-second minute, Lookman replaced Gianluca Scamacca.
Charles De Ketelaere scored the game’s first goal, however, it was in the incorrect goal as the familiar in-swinging corner kick from Luis Alberto sailed past everyone and bounced off his stomach into the goal.
The second goal came from a well-executed move in which Taty Castellanos scored his first Serie A goal at the back post after Mattia Zaccagni stretched the ball out to Felipe Anderson down the right.
After that, Atalanta eventually entered the contest when Mario Pasalic’s off-target header at the back post when he really could have done better rocked the crossbar.
After falling behind 2-0, Atalanta rallied to tie the game at 2-2 when Sead Kolasinac was given a free header after Ruggeri’s corner was cut short for a Koopmeiners cross.
The goal marked the defender’s first in Serie A.
Prior to Lazio regaining the lead, Daichi Kamada headed a Pedro cross straight at Musso and Isaksen fired a free kick over the crossbar.