Winless in the Champions League so far this season, Atalanta welcomes Manchester City into Italy desperately needing a result in Group C.
And all in all, the Italian side got one. Even at 1-1, the match went haywire with about 10 minutes left when City keeper Claudio Bravo, who had already replaced an injured Ederson, got sent off with a red card. Pep Guardiola turned to Kyle Walker as his field player to go between the posts, and Walker was steady in front of the net, making a save on a free kick to preserve the draw.
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