Neither Atalanta or Catania did much of anything in the match in Bergamo on Sunday. The consequence? Each side slipped a place in the table.
There's not really much to say about a match in which the home side had but one shot on target, and no goals were scored. With Udinese's win over Torino, Catania slips to eighth. And Sampdoria's fantastic victory over Roma lifts them to 11th, pushing Atalanta down one place into 14th.
Still, neither of these sides really has much to worry about, so it's ok that they decided to take the weekend off. Except for those of us watching.
(By Liam Quinn from Canada (Southern Elephant Seal yawns Uploaded by russavia) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
Atalanta: Andrea Consigli, Cristiano Del Grosso, Michele Canini, Guglielmo Stendardo, Lionel Scaloni, Davide Biondini (Ivan Radovanovic 74), Carlos Carmona (Riccardo Cazzola 63), Luigi Giorgi, Giacomo Bonaventura, Franco Brienza, Germán Denis (Marko Livaja 82)
Catania: Mariano Andujar, Ciro Capuano (Giovanni Marchese 22), Nicolás Spolli, Giuseppe Bellusci, Pablo Álvarez, Francesco Lodi, Mariano Izco, Alejandro Gómez (Marco Biagianti 80), Lucas Castro, Pablo Barrientos, Gonzalo Bergessio