After Inter, now Atalanta have also managed to score 100 Serie A goals in a single calendar year, although nobody had managed it since 1950.
Luis Muriel saw his strike deflected by Bryan Cristante – a former Atalanta player – in today’s game against Roma at the Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo.
La Dea had 99 Serie A goals scored during 2021 going into this match, so it allowed them to hit the Century.
Nobody had managed 100 Serie A goals in a single calendar year since 1950, but now two teams have achieved it within 24 hours.
Inter did it last night with their 5-0 win away to Salernitana, taking their total tally to 103.
They can also increase their hauls, because there is one more Serie A fixture to be played next week.
Atalanta are the fifth club to reach 100 Serie A goals in a single calendar year.
Milan achieved it twice, with 105 goals in 1949 and 120 in 1950.
Il Grande Torino scored 111 goals in 1947 and 114 in 1948.
Juventus managed the Century with 100 in 1933, while Inter are currently on 103 in 2021.