“We paid for inconsistency and lapses in concentration,” Spalletti said.
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Defender Gianluca Mancini scored for a third consecutive game as Atalanta ended Inter Milan's unbeaten run with a 4-1 victory Sunday that sees Luciano Spalletti's title-chasers drop from second to third in Serie A. Mancini headed in after 62 minutes in Bergamo to add to Hans Hateboer's eighth-minute opener, with Berat Djimsiti and Alejandro Gomez sealing all three points for the hosts late on.Inter captain Mauro Icardi had equalized when he slotted in a penalty just after the break, but his side finished with 10 men after Marcelo Brozovic was sent off two minutes into injury time.Inter slip three points behind second-placed Napoli, who came from behind to beat Genoa 2-1 Saturday.
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