Serie A: Azzurri out of cups. Biancocelesti in Europe, Frosinone in B. VIDEO

On the last day of the championship the Dea, after winning the Europa League, won 3-0 against Toro: they secured (at least) fourth place, a placing which denies Italy from having six teams in the next Champions League. Napoli and Lecce ended with a goalless draw: Campania out of European cups after 14 years. Empoli saved themselves with a 2-1 against Roma, Frosinone-Udinese 0-1, one goal each for Lazio and Sassuolo, two each for Hellas and the Nerazzuri

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Last day of Serie A: six matches enlivened this Sunday at the end of the championship (even if on June 2nd there will be the recovery of Atalanta-Fiorentina, which was postponed to the 29th matchday). At 6pm Atalanta-Turin and Napoli-Lecce were played. After winning the Europa League, La Dea won 3-0: they overtook Bologna and secured (at least) fourth place in the standings, a position which denies Italy the possibility of having six teams in the next Champions League (Roma goes to Europa League). Toro can still hope to qualify in the Conference: Fiorentina must win the cup final and finish eighth in the championship. Napoli and Lecce instead ended the season with a goalless draw: the Campanians are out of European cups after 14 years. Four matches at 8.45pm. Empoli-Roma ended 2-1, with Nicola’s boys saving themselves from relegation. This is not the case for Frosinone who loses 0-1 against Udinese and goes to Serie B. Verona and Inter draw 2-2 and Lazio and Sassuolo 1-1 (with the Biancocelesti securing a place in the Europa League) . The 38th matchday began on Thursday with Fiorentina’s 3-2 success in Cagliari. Genoa beat Bologna 2-0 on Friday. On Saturday Juventus won 2-0 at home against Monza, while Milan drew 3-3 with Salernitana (ALL SERIE A HIGHLIGHTS).

The chronicle of Atalanta-Turin

Atalanta won 3-0 against Torino. Before the opening whistle, a tribute from the Granata players, who lined up on two wings to welcome the Europa League champions Nerazzurri onto the pitch. The game broke the deadlock in the 26th minute: Scamacca scored, served by De Ketelaere. In the 43rd minute Lookman doubles the lead: Pasalic’s shot, Gemello misses the catch and the Nerazzurri striker takes advantage. In the 52nd minute Scamacca scored, but the goal was disallowed because De Ketelaere had crossed the back line with the ball before serving his teammate. In the 66th minute Lookman also had a goal disallowed. Pasalic scored the 3-0: in the 70th minute, after the referee awarded a penalty for a foul by Tameze, he went to the spot and made no mistake. In the 76th minute another Lookman goal was disallowed for offside. It ends 3-0 for Atalanta, who at the end of the match shows their fans the trophy won against Bayer Leverkusen.

Atalanta-Torino 3-0 scoreboard (HIGHLIGHTS)

26′ pt Scamacca, 44′ pt Lookman, 25′ pt pen. Pasalic

ATALANTA (3-4-2-1): Carnesecchi (41′ st Rossi); Toloi, Djimsiti (17′ st Hien), Scalvini; Holm (18′ st Ruggeri), Pasalic, Koopmeiners, Zappacosta; Lookman, De Ketelaere (28′ st Miranchuk); Scamacca (28′ st Touré). All.: Gasperini

TURIN (3-4-1-2): Twin; Tameze (27′ st Lovato), Good morning, Masina; Bellanova (27′ st Lazaro), Linetty (40′ st Savva), Ilic, Vojvoda; Ricci; Pellegri (18′ st Sanabria), Zapata (40′ st Okereke). All.: Juric

Warned: Linetty and Hien for foul play.

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The news of Naples-Lecce

Napoli and Lecce end the season with a goalless draw. There were few emotions in the first half, with Dorgu hitting the post after 10 minutes and a good opportunity for Simeone. In the second half the Azzurri persisted, but were stopped by the posts: in the 53rd minute Cajuste’s wood, in the 64th minute Ngonge’s crossbar. It ends 0-0, with Napoli finishing in tenth place amidst Maradona’s boos, out of European cups after 14 years.

The scoreboard of Napoli-Lecce 0-0 (THE HIGHLIGHTS)

NAPLES (4-3-3): Meret; Di Lorenzo (40′ st Mazzocchi), Ostigard, Juan Jesus, Olivera; Anguissa, Lobotka, Cajuste (19′ st Osimhen); Politano (1′ st Ngonge), Simeone (1′ st Raspadori), Kvaratskhelia. All.: Calzona

LECCE (4-4-1-1): Falcone; Gendrey, Baschirotto, Pongracic, Gallo (19′ st Piccoli); Almqvist (10′ st Gonzalez), Blin (32′ st Oudin), Ramadani, Dorgu; Berisha (32′ st Rafia), Krstovic (10′ st Pierotti). All.: Gotti

Warned: Nobody.

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The news of Empoli-Rome

The home team took the lead in the 13th minute: Gyasi passed it in the middle for Cancellieri, who left-footed the ball into the corner. Shortly afterwards Roma found the equalizer with Cristante, following a free kick, but the goal was disallowed for offside. It remained 1-0 for Empoli until the 46th minute, when the Giallorossi equalized: Aouar scored with a header, after Angelino’s cross into the middle. The first half ends 1-1. Roma came close to doubling their lead in the 56th minute, but Zalewski eventually sent it to the outside post. Then Empoli came close to taking the lead with Marin: he ended up on the crossbar. In the 85th minute El Shaarawy scores but from an offside position. The 2-1 for Nicola’s team was achieved after injury time: it was in the 93rd minute when Niang scored. No relegation to B.

The scoreboard of Empoli-Roma 2-1

in the pt 13′ Cancellieri, 46′ Aouar; in st 48′ Niang

EMPOLI (3-5-2): Caprile; Bereszynski (22′ st Caputo), Ismajli, Luperto; Gyasi (1′ st Walukiewicz), Bastoni (10′ st Fazzini), Marin, Maleh (32′ st Cambiaghi), Cacace; Right foot (1′ st Niang), Cancellieri. All.: Nicola.

ROME (4-3-3): Svilar; Celik, Mancini, Ndicka, Angelino; Bove, Cristante, Aouar (24′ st Pellegrini); Zalewski (34′ st El Shaarawy), Dybala (43′ st Joao Costa); Abraham (24′ st Azmoun). All: De Rossi.

Warned: Gyasi, Destro, Marin, Joao Costa for foul play; Niang for non-regulatory behavior.

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The news of Frosinone-Udinese (HIGHLIGHTS)

The first jolt of the match came in the 40th minute, when Frosinone came close to scoring: Soulé’s free kick from almost 25 meters went over the barrier but hit the crossbar. The first half ends 0-0. The first goal came in the 76th minute. Udinese took the lead: following a pass from Lucca, a left-footed shot from Davis broke the deadlock. It ends 0-1, which for Frosinone means relegation to Serie B.

The scoreboard of Frosinone-Udinese 0-1

in st 31′ Davis

FROSINONE (3-4-2-1): Cerofolini; Lirola (40′ st Cuni), Romagnoli, Okoli; Zortea (50′ st Monterisi), Barrenechea, Brescianini (43′ st Gelli), Valeri; Soulé (40′ st Ghedjemis), Harroui (40′ st Reinier); Cheddira. All.: Di Francesco.

UDINESE (3-4-2-1): Okoje; Kristensen, Bijol, N. Perez; Ehizibue (13′ st Ferreira), Walace, Payero, Kamara (43′ st Zemura); Brenner (1′ st Davis, 50′ st Ebosele), Samardzic; Lucca. All.: Cannavaro.

Expelled: the team manager Milana of Frosinone and the manager of Udinese Carnevale at the 24th minute.

Warned: Perez, Davis for foul play.

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The news of Verona-Inter (HIGHLIGHTS)

Arnautovic broke the deadlock, stealing the ball from Coppola after 10 minutes and beating the goalkeeper from close range. 7 minutes pass and Verona equalizes: Noslin’s left-footed winner, it’s 1-1. In the 38th minute the hosts turn the match around: Suslov scores the 2-1, served by Noslin. But the advantage does not last long: in the 46th minute Frattesi passes to Arnautovic, who scores a double with his right foot. The first half ends 2-2. The only real opportunity in the second half was with Frattesi who was just a whisker away from scoring, but was neutralized by Vinagre with the help of the crossbar. The match ends 2-2.

The scoreboard of Verona-Inter 2-2

in the pt 9′ Arnautovic, 16′ Noslin, 37′ Suslov, 46′ Arnautovic

VERONA (4-2-3-1): Perilli; Tchachoua, Coppola, Cabal (23’st Magnani), Vinagre; Belahyane (28’st Dani Silva), Serdar; Mitrovic (28’st Tavsan), Suslov (31’st Cissè), Lazovic (23’st Charlys); Noslin. All.: Barons.

INTER (3-5-2): Audero (23’st Di Gennaro); Bisseck, Acerbi, Carlos Augusto; Dumfries (10’st Cuadrado), Frattesi, Calhanoglu, Barella (23’st Asllani), Dimarco (10’st Buchanan); Arnautovic (10’st Sanchez), Thuram. All.: S.Inzaghi.

Warned: Cabal and Barella for foul play.

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The news of Lazio-Sassuolo (HIGHLIGHTS)

The first half ends without goals. Zaccagni unlocked it in the 60th minute, arithmetically guaranteeing a place in Europe for the Biancocelesti. Immediately after the equalizer: in the 66th minute Viti made it 1-1. It is the last goal of the match. One point was enough for Lazio to guarantee participation in the Europa League. So it was, faced with a Sassuolo team that was playing without any more goals and was now condemned to Serie B.

The scoreboard of Lazio-Sassuolo 1-1

In the first half 15′ Zaccagni, 21′ Viti

LAZIO (3-4-2-1): Provedel; Hysaj, Gila, Romagnoli; Marusic, Vecino (8′ st Felipe Anderson), Rovella (8′ st Guendouzi), Pellegrini (26′ st Lazzari); Kamada, Zaccagni (45′ st Pedro); Castellanos (26′ st Immobile). All.: Tudor.

SASSUOLO (3-5-2): Cragno; Erlic, Viti, Ferrari; Missori (43′ st Pedersen) Obiang, Lipani (38′ st Racic), Thorstvedt, Doig (30′ st Toljan); Volpato (30′ st Laurentié), Mulattieri (38′ st Pinamonti). All.: Ballardini.

Warned: Volpato, Kamada, Guendouzi, Zaccagni for incorrect play.

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