Szczesny was forced into action to thwart a Kessie cross but palmed it on to Caldara’s face, the ball ricocheting into the net. (Paolo Magni /ANSA via AP)
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A 90th-minute penalty from Ivorian teenager Franck Kessie gave Atalanta a 2-1 home win over wasteful Roma Sunday, leaving coach Luciano Spalletti ruing the missed chance to cut the seven-point gap to top spot.Roma were stunned, but Atalanta were revived.Dzeko has been in fine form for Roma with 10 goals in 12 games but the towering Bosnian's appeal for an unlikely penalty was waved away when he clashed with Roberto Gagliardini.It moved Gian Piero Gasperini's men up to fifth, one point ahead of Napoli and only eight behind Juve.Elsewhere, Felipe Anderson's 11th-minute strike set Lazio up for a 3-1 home win over Genoa, who saw Lucas Ocampos level on 52 minutes before Lucas Biglia, from the spot, and Wallace added two more for the hosts.
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